Public Health and WaSH

WHAT WE DO

Aiming to promoting the healthy lives and wellbeing of wider communities and populations, public health deals with life-threatening transferable illness, infectious diseases, and injuries. Among its diverse fields, WaSH (three inter-linked areas—water, sanitation and hygiene) is at the core of sustainable development and critical to the survival of people. Global access to safe water, adequate sanitation, and proper knowledge about hygiene can reduce illness and death from diseases, leading to improved health, poverty reduction, and socio-economic development.

Acknowledging the importance of issues related to public health, especially the WASH, DM WATCH, with its practice area “Public Health and WaSH”, strives to promote healthcare equity, quality and accessibility regardless of age, ethnicity and gender by conducting researches, collaborating with partners implementing relevant programs and, recommending policies.

Featured Services of This Practice Area

Project monitoring and impact evaluation assessment
Development Project Proforma (DPP)
Detailed project reports
Situation analysis
Predicting and analyzing infectous disease trajectory
Investigation of health hazards
Developing health policies and plans
Emergency preparedness and response-related advocacy
Evaluating effectiveness, accessibility, and quality of health services
Drainage system design and stormwater management
Food and water quality / water resources assessment / management
Sewerage system assessment and fecal sludge management
Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice regarding WASH
Formative research
WASH behavior analysis
Evaluation of water and sanitation project
Mapping and operational planning for WASH infrastructure
Strategic planning for water and sanitation in hard to reach areas

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