This Water and Development Technical Brief provides an overview of actions to enhance the coherence between humanitarian, stabilization, and development approaches to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) or water resources management (WRM) programming in shock-affected contexts.
This webinar will discuss the design aspect of SPWS along with the practical limitations. It will set the scene by providing an overview of common design questions such as pumping rate, batteries and tank sizing.
This webinar presented findings from a recent systematic review conducted by the Global WASH Cluster (GWC), which examined how WASH actors in humanitarian settings have used market and cash modalities to deliver essential WASH services and goods,
This Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Rapid Assessment Tool (M-RAT) is designed to assist the humanitarian community in evaluating the status and reach of MHM programming within an ongoing humanitarian emergency.