Integrating Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene into HIV Programmes A Training and Resource Pack for Uganda
Integrating Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene into HIV Programmes A Training and Resource Pack for Uganda, 2014. USAID WASHplus.
This training package teaches participants to:
- Describe the role and responsibilities of a Peer counselor/VHT in the provision of WASH care.
- Describe the four key water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) practices, including: safely transporting, treating, storing and serving drinking water; safe handling and disposal of faeces; safe handling and disposal of menstrual blood; and hand washing with soap (or ash) and water, and demonstrate actions required to implement the WASH practices.
- Describe the small doable actions (SDA) as alternative methods of implementing the four key WASH practices and demonstrate the actions required to implement the practices.
- Assist clients and their household members to adopt improved WASH practices, based on the skills acquired by the peer counsellor/VHT in the training.
- Demonstrate effective communication skills and steps (4 A’s) needed to improve WASH behaviours, including negotiating small doable actions through use of the WASH Assessment Tool and job aids.
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