WASH and HIV Integration

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.


Kenya Comparative Analysis

Intervention and comparison households in Kenya were surveyed to determine drinking water treatment and storage practices, handwashing, management of feces, sanitation facility condition and use, and menstrual hygiene management.

Essential WASH Actions: Draft

Essential WASH Actions are practices that contribute significantly to disease reduction and improved health outcomes. This proposed draft covers safe feces handling and disposal, optimal handwashing, and treatment and safe storage of drinking water.

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Considerations for Accelerated PMTCT Programming

To improve the quality and effectiveness of PMTCT interventions and for basic prevention of diarrhea in children, water safety, handwashing and food hygiene are key.

WASH and HIV/AIDS Bookshelf

A collection of resources related to the intersection of water supply, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and HIV.


WASH and HIV/AIDS Toolkit

WASH & HIV/AIDS Integration - Resources for Planning, Programming and Assessing


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