Integration Slide Decks

Integration was a core strategic objective of the WASHplus project, and almost all implementation countries had an integration component. Integration took place across different sectors including: WASH-HIV, WASH-nutrition, WASH-NTD, WASH-education.

WASHplus integrated WASH into HIV in Kenya and Uganda. These were deliberate integrated programs implemented with HIV funding. In Kenya, WASHplus also integrated inclusive sanitation into the Kenya WASH-HIV program to bring WASH to all vulnerable populations.

WASHplus End of Project Report: What We Did and Why It Matters

The report provides a summary of the key cross-cutting themes that informed the six-year WASHplus activity; describes WASH and HAP country-level activities; and includes links to tools, stories, learning briefs, reports, and other resources that provide a full picture of project experience and learning.


Job Aids (English and Two Local Languages)

Small Doable Actions for Improving Household Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Practices.

Menstrual Hygiene Management: Breaking the Secrecy

WASHplus partnered with the Strengthening TB and AIDS Response in South Western Uganda Project or STAR-SW, managed by the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, to pilot a campaign to teach youths living with HIV and their caretakers to safely and hygienically manage menstruation.

WASHplus: What We Did, Why It Matters, April 28, 2016

WASHplus presented its end of project event on April 28, 2016, covering the topics of behavior change, sanitation and innovation, integration, and sustainable WASH systems.

Time    Session Presenters Materials

Opening Session

Country Profiles

Here are country profiles for Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Nepal, Uganda and Zambia.


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