Lancement - Analyse 2020 des lacunes dans le secteur humanitaire WASH (eau, hygiène, assainissement)
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Humanitarian actors often play a significant role in supporting national public health capacity to assess, plan, coordinate and implement preparedness and response measures. There is wide support in strengthening the intersectoral response to disease outbreaks to more efficiently and effectively respond to, contain and potentially prevent disease outbreaks in humanitarian crises. The Global Health Cluster and the Global Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Cluster have the shared objective of ensuring coherence in achieving common objectives, avoiding duplication of efforts and ensuring… read more
With humanitarian emergencies occurring at increasing rates and affecting a growing number of people, evidence-based strategies and new solutions – including in water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) – are vital to ensure people have their essential needs met, can live in dignity and are protected from WASH-related diseases.
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“The humanitarian system still operates according to a standard set of activities, structures and procedures. However, in the last three years there has been an increase in non-standard emergencies: in urban contexts, in middle- and high income countries, in response to new and unexpected crises. We have to be innovative, to think out of the box and we except this meeting to give positive and concrete responses to each participants. “ Dominique Porteaud, GWC coordinator.
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Key leaders of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector massively respond to the Global WASH Cluster's invitation.
From 17 to 20 June, the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene cluster (WASH), under the leadership of UNICEF, is organizing their largest mobilization of global humanitarian agencies since the cluster was created in 2006.