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Report on the Kenya National Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene Interagency Cordinating Committee (ESHICC) meeting and field learning event, 15th - 16th July 2010, Kisumu, Kenya

Second report of the Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene inter agency coordinating committee (ICC) that was re-launched from the ESHWG with the primary role of coordination and spearheading Sanitation and Hygiene issues in the country. Six technical working groups were formed namely; School WASH, Hygiene Promotion, Sanitation Promotion, Policy, Resources Mobilization & Research, House Hold Water Treatment & Storage and General & Health Care Waste Management. Different organizations were appointed conveners and the ministry IS the lead coordination role. Objectives of the meeting were to review progress towards the realisation of global sanitation funds; to review progress made by the technical working groups along the drafting of the terms of reference and work plans; to share knowledge experiences and challenges faced during the implementation of water sanitation and hygiene activities; and to visit existing sites to learn the best practices, and see ways in which they could be adopted.

TitleReport on the Kenya National Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene Interagency Cordinating Committee (ESHICC) meeting and field learning event, 15th - 16th July 2010, Kisumu, Kenya
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsKaranja, B.
Pagination14 p.
Date Published2010-07-01
PublisherNetwork for Water and Sanitation International (NETWAS)
Place PublishedNairobi, Kenya
Keywordsenvironmental sanitation, financing, health education, hygiene, kenya, policies, schools
Abstract

Second report of the Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene inter agency coordinating committee (ICC) that was re-launched from the ESHWG with the primary role of coordination and spearheading Sanitation and Hygiene issues in the country. Six technical working groups were formed namely; School WASH, Hygiene Promotion, Sanitation Promotion, Policy, Resources Mobilization & Research, House Hold Water Treatment & Storage and General & Health Care Waste Management. Different organizations were appointed conveners and the ministry IS the lead coordination role. Objectives of the meeting were to review progress towards the realisation of global sanitation funds; to review progress made by the technical working groups along the drafting of the terms of reference and work plans; to share knowledge experiences and challenges faced during the implementation of water sanitation and hygiene activities; and to visit existing sites to learn the best practices, and see ways in which they could be adopted.

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