In general the research has succeeded in identifying a large gap in knowledge and practice, when implementing emergency WASH programmes and in considering the needs of children. While some
solutions will need to be child-focused, it seems preferable to consider how to ensure social inclusion for all affected population groups (e.g. women and men, older people, people with disabilities), as well as children.
As a scoping study, this report gathered together information from current literature, practitioners, and from limited fieldwork, but it is not an exhaustive study. Views have been represented as accurately as possible, and this report is an attempt to identify gaps where possible, meanwhile acting as a repository of gathered information.
The scoping study makes a series of recommendations and provides key implications for each.
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