Integrating Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene into Infant and Child Nutrition Programmes: A Training and Resource Pack for Uganda
Integrating Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene into Infant and Child Nutrition Programmes: A Training and Resource Pack for Uganda, 2014.
The back of this resource pack contains a copy of WASHplus’s job aids that were developed to assist village health teams, peer educators and their supervisors integrate WASH into ongoing nutrition activities in Uganda. Many of the handouts throughout the trainings are replicates of these job aids, giving participants hands on experience working with these tools. Following the job aids, the resource pack is broken into three modules. Module I is designed for health workers. Module I combined with Module II is designed for community level resources persons. Module III is designed for policy stakeholders and decision makers.
Module I is a two-day training designed for training sub-county level health workers who conduct health education at the facility (health assistant, clinical officer, nurse, midwife), community development officers, and staff of nutrition projects.
Module II is a one day supplement to Module I. It is a three-day training designed for community level resource persons, including VHTs, CKWs, PSGs, drama groups and community volunteers. Module II includes all the material of Module I plus the essential sessions on the methods for treating water to make it safe for drinking and food hygiene.
Module III is a half-day orientation on WASH and nutrition targeting various decision and policy makers at district and sub county level.