New Tools Raise the Profile of WASH in Schools

New Tools Raise the Profile of WASH in Schools

March 1, 2016
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New tools on winsmapping.com will help you raise the profile of WASH in schools.

‘MHM in Ten’ Advancing the MHM Agenda in WASH in Schools
The second annual MHM in Ten meeting, which was held on 23 October 2015 in New York City, brought together an expanded group of participants, including representatives from ministries of education and health from a limited number of countries.  Access the document from the 2nd Annual MHM in Ten meeting here.

The WinS 4 Girls E-Course
The WinS4Girls E-Course was designed by the Center for Global Safe WASH at Emory University and UNICEF to help strengthen the capacity of WASH practitioners and policymakers to carry out rigorous research that investigates local MHM practices and challenges. The course is part of ‘WASH in Schools for Girls: Advocacy and Capacity Building for MHM through WASH in Schools Programmes (WinS4Girls Project)’, which is being funded by the Canadian Government.We encourage other organizations or universities to adapt the course to reach practitioners in the field, either face-to face or through distance learning. All course materials, including module presentations, research tools and background documents, are available to download, adapt and use.

WASH in Schools Resource Guides
Download a one stop document designed just for WinS Champions to have on hand.  The document includes links to MHM publications, latest peer reviewed documents and many more on MHM and WASH in Schools.

Join us in raising the profile of WASH in Schools!

Did you know that there is a new way for WASH in Schools champions to network? Yammer is a new platform for members of the WASH in Schools Network to share knowledge. Join the network today!


Best Wishes Murat!
Murat Sahin, who has been part of the WinS family since 2009, will take a new role as the Deputy Representative for UNICEF office in DPR Korea.

New tools on winsmapping.com will help you raise the profile of WASH in schools.

‘MHM in Ten’ Advancing the MHM Agenda in WASH in Schools
The second annual MHM in Ten meeting, which was held on 23 October 2015 in New York City, brought together an expanded group of participants, including representatives from ministries of education and health from a limited number of countries.  Access the document from the 2nd Annual MHM in Ten meeting here.

The WinS 4 Girls E-Course
The WinS4Girls E-Course was designed by the Center for Global Safe WASH at Emory University and UNICEF to help strengthen the capacity of WASH practitioners and policymakers to carry out rigorous research that investigates local MHM practices and challenges. The course is part of ‘WASH in Schools for Girls: Advocacy and Capacity Building for MHM through WASH in Schools Programmes (WinS4Girls Project)’, which is being funded by the Canadian Government.We encourage other organizations or universities to adapt the course to reach practitioners in the field, either face-to face or through distance learning. All course materials, including module presentations, research tools and background documents, are available to download, adapt and use.

WASH in Schools Resource Guides
Download a one stop document designed just for WinS Champions to have on hand.  The document includes links to MHM publications, latest peer reviewed documents and many more on MHM and WASH in Schools.

Join us in raising the profile of WASH in Schools!