This training for WASH practitioners is innovative, drawing from participatory learning developed during research conducted by Oxfam, HelpAge, ReGIG, the University of Leeds, the University of Western Australia, and their partners. This research focused on incontinence among children, older individuals, and women with post-partum fistula in humanitarian contexts.
The materials are designed to target WASH practitioners working at the implementation level, as well as their managers who hold decision-making responsibilities. The goal is to better equip them to work effectively with people experiencing incontinence, with a particular focus on children, women post-partum, and older individuals.
A complete package of training materials focusing on practical and implementable recommendations for WASH practitioners for working to support those with incontinence. The package will include:
The materials will be easily adaptable to field locations where presentations through PowerPoint may not be possible.
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