E-Learning series – Halogens, Hygiene, and Hydration: Improving WASH services through chlorine production
Join our next virtual event on strengthening WASH services in communities and healthcare facilities through onsite chlorine generation.
Friday 30 April 2021
12:00-14:00 Accra | 15:00-17:00 Addis Ababa/Kampala
Chlorine generators are increasingly being used to improving water service delivery and infection prevention and control practices in healthcare facilities. Drawing on various use cases and chlorine generator implementation models, this session will highlight the success and challenges faced with integrating chlorine generators into WASH services and evidence gaps/questions that remain to be answered.
This open and virtual event as part of the e-learning series of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s and partners, is focused on discussion around strengthening WASH services in communities and healthcare facilities through onsite chlorine generation:
- How can onsite chlorine generation improve environmental hygiene in healthcare facilities and the delivery of safe water through small-piped water systems and utilities?
- What is the process for integrating onsite chlorine generation into health and WASH service delivery systems and enterprises?
- What evidence gaps, barriers, and opportunities affect greater uptake and adoption of onsite chlorine generators?
The event seeks to gather stakeholder perspectives on the various use cases to explain what the problem is present in each and how is the chlorine generator is expected to contribute to improved WASH services. The event is convened by PATH together with IRC with the support of IRC and Safe Water Strategy partners and open to all.