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Rapid Sanitation Uptake in IDP Camps of Northern Uganda

Okot, P., Kwame, V., & Waterkeyn, J. (2005). Rapid Sanitation Uptake in the Internally Displaced People Camps of Northern Uganda through Community Health Clubs. Kampala. 31st WEDC Conference. Abstract: When thousands of people are forced to live in poor living conditions in a closely confined area the immediate health risk is the lack of sanitation …

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Demand Led Sanitation

GOING FOR ZOD 2014. Waterkeyn J. ZOD and CHCs  ABSTRACT:   DEMAND LED SANITATION 2000_WEDC_sanitation RAPID SANITATION IN IDP CAMPS 2005_ IDP.pdf CHOLERA MITIGATION THROUGH CHCS 2013.10.USAID_AHEAD_ Chimanimani CHCs

Publications on Uganda

2005: 31st  Water Engineering & Development Centre Conference: Kampala. Uganda. Okot, P et al.   Rapid Sanitation Uptake in the Internally Displaced People Camps of Northern Uganda through Community Health Clubs.  Waterkeyn, A. Hygiene & Sanitation Strategies in Uganda: How to achieve sustainable behaviour change?  2010:  International Water Association: Mexico city. Waterkeyn, J,   Matimati.R and Muringaniza.A.  ZOD …

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Dr. Juliet Waterkeyn

Director of Research & Training   Dr. Juliet Waterkeyn (PhD from London School of Hygiene & Tropical medicine) first developed the CHC concept in 1993 in Zimbabwe.  In the past 20 years,  she has been responsible for introducing this model  into many countries, particularly in Africa. She was the first founding   Director of  Zimbabwe AHEAD (1999 …

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A Practical Model for achieving 8 SDGs through Community Health Clubs

CONFERENCE: The Water & Health Conference: where Science Meets Policy VENUE: The Water Institute: University of North Carolina. USA YEAR: 2015 AUTHORS: Waterkeyn J. TITLE: A Practical Model to meet eight of the Sustainable Development Goals through Community Health Clubs Powerpoint Presentation: 2015.10_ CHCs in SDGs_Waterkeyn ABSTRACT: The presentation demonstrates how the Community Health Club Model of Development is an …

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2005, WEDC

CONFERENCE: 31st WEDC Conference, Kampala YEAR: 2005 AUTHORS: Okot. P,  Kwame. V & Waterkeyn. TITLE: Rapid Sanitation Uptake in the Internally Displaced People Camps of Northern Uganda through Community Health Clubs. FULL PAPER: 2005_ IDP.pdf PRESENTATION: 2005_IDPs ABSTRACT: One of the worst humanitarian disasters in the world is currently taking place in Northern Uganda where 89% of the population in Gulu District  …

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Conference Papers

Africa AHEAD has presented at the following Conferences  click on links to full paper in blue 1999: Water Engineering & Development Centre: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Waterkeyn, J.  Structured Participation in Community Health Clubs.  Mathew.B. & Mukuwe.R. Health Clubs- Hygiene Education in Bikita IRWSSP   2000: Water Engineering & Development Centre: Dhaka, Bangladesh.  Waterkeyn J & A.  Demand Led Sanitation …

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Uganda, Gulu

In 2003, the present CEO of Africa AHEAD provided a consultancy for Care International, who were funded by the Gates Foundation to provide 10,000 latrines to refugees in Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP) Camps in Northern Uganda, where a civil war had been raging for the past 18 years. Over 90% of all the people in …

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PUBLICATIONS

Publications can be assessed  on these links: Annual Reports Articles  Text Books Conference papers Dissertations Manuals  Peer reviewed Papers Posters Videos All Documentation on Community Health Clubs   Africa AHEAD  (2014) Cholera Mitigation through Community Health Clubs, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. Grant No AID- 613-G-12-00001. USAID Report. Assurduy, L et al. (2007) Assessment of the community Health Club Approach: …

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UGANDA CASE STUDIES

Hygiene & Sanitation Strategies in Uganda: How to achieve sustainable behaviour change? Rapid Sanitation Uptake in the Internally Displaced People Camps of Northern Uganda through Community Health Clubs. Sharing the power of Community Health Clubs, Uganda

2006 Waterkeyn

Waterkeyn, J. (2006)   Scaling up Community Health Clubs: An Appeal to Funding Agencies.   ABSTRACT: It is now over a decade since the first Community Health Clubs were started and their effectiveness in creating a demand for sanitation and rapid uptake of recommended hygiene practices is beginning to be appreciated in the academic world following recent …

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DOCUMENTATION

Africa AHEAD  References The following publications and presentation all have links to the work of  Africa AHEAD in some way, having been written by staff, partners or associates of Africa AHEAD. Africa AHEAD  (2014) Cholera Mitigation through Community Health Clubs, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. Grant No AID- 613-G-12-00001. USAID Report. Brooks, J., Adams, A., Bendjemil, S., …

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