Inclusive WASH – HIV and AIDS Webinar January 17- 27, 2012

  • Source:
  • WaterAid

  • Summary:
  • Accessible water, sanitation and good hygiene practices are essential for the treatment and well-being of people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) and their careers, yet PLWHA often face stigma and isolation within their own communities, limiting their access to basic water and sanitary services. This session provided participants an introduction to the integration of WASH practices into HIV-care and vice versa. At the Inclusive WASH website you can access a recording of Lucina Schmich's (Burnett Institute) Webinar on why WASH matters for PLWHA and a programming approach to incorporating WASH into various HIV settings, as well as Julia Rosenbaum's (USAID WASHplus) Webinar, which reviews national programming guidance, identifies small doable actions to improve practice, and introduces an integration tool kit and other resources available for program staff.

  • Keywords:
  • Accessing Water Best Practices and Lessons Learned People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) Programming Guidance Sanitation/Feces Disposal Small Doable Actions Stigma Training Resources
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