You should contact the WASH service provider for your area that will facilitate finding a de-sludging contractor. Alternatively contact the local Municipality.Locations: National
Water & Sanitation
In Lebanon the local Municipality is responsible for garbage collection. If this is not happening your WASH service provide can help set up regular collections. You must ensure that your garbage is piled in a single safe location, agreed by the Municipality, for easy and quick collection.
If the Municipality is unable to help collect then your WASH service provider will be able to support your community to dispose of the solid waste safely by providing training and materials.Locations: National
You should contact your WASH service provider in the community, a Community WASH volunteer or a WASH committee.Locations: National
The hygiene promotion or community WASH volunteer is a focal point between your community and the WASH agency in charge, the WASH service provider.Your hygiene promotion or community WASH volunteer is responsible to report issues related to WASH in your community and to assist the WASH agency with hygiene awareness raising exercises, monitoring of activities and ensuring that the community stays environmentally safe. Your hygiene promotion or community WASH volunteer is responsible to report issues related to WASH in your community and to assist the WASH agency with hygiene awareness raising exercises, monitoring of activities and ensuring that the community stays environmentally safe.Locations: National
- Live in the IS/ CS and use the WASH facilities
- Have sufficient time to spend representing and mobilizing the community
- Be trusted by community
- Not plan to move on in the next couple of months
- Be representative of different groups/ WASH facility users (including women and vulnerable groups).
- Dynamic, active, motivated and able to motivate others
- Dependable and approachable
- Communicate effectively with their community and the WASH service provider,
- Have the required technical skills for the position ie. Maintenance or HP depending on the specifications of the volunteer position
- Be willing to volunteer for a certain period
- Be a good role model.
Hygiene Promotion is more than giving messages on healthy behaviours to beneficiaries:
Participatory methods that focus on interaction with the affected community are often the most successful in achieving changes in practice. However, there is a trade-off between outreach and effectiveness and the more participatory approaches are often time consuming and labour intensive whereas the dissemination of messages via the mass media will reach more people, more quickly, but may be less effective in achieving the desired outcomes.Locations: National
WASH your hands with soap and water at critical times – before eating or preparing food, before feeding babies and infants, after using the toilet or contact with feces.Locations: National
Ensure your child is getting plenty of fluids to remain hydrated. A child with diarrhea should receive oral rehydration salts (ORS). This can be made at home or bought at a local pharmacy.
Don’t stop breastfeeding your baby if they have diarrhea. Breastfeeding is the best way to keep your baby hydrated. Contact your nearest available medical centre.Locations: National
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) is the support provided to populations in distress, including water supply, sanitation facilities and hygiene promotion. WASH activities aim to reduce the spread of infectious diseases, such as diarrhea or other diseases relating to water sanitation and poor hygienic conditions or practices.Locations: National
Water supply should be:
- Available and accessible to all
- Provide an adequate amount for you and your family
- Be located in a safe place
Local conditions affect the amount of water that can be made available and WASH agencies should provide you with information about availabilities and possibilitiesLocations: National
Leaflets & Posters
All Countries except Syria, All Refugees & Asylum Seekers (except PRS), Lebanese Host Communities, Lebanese Returnees, Non-Registered Syrians, Registered Syrian Refugees
All Refugees & Asylum Seekers (except PRS)
All Countries except Syria, All Refugees & Asylum Seekers (except PRS), Lebanese Host Communities, Lebanese Returnees, Non-Registered Syrians, Palestine Refugees from Syria (PRS), Registered Syrian Refugees