UNICEF Publications



The situation of water, sanitation and hygiene in schools in the pan-European region

10 Nov 16

Adequate access to water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH) is every human’s and child’s right. Ensuring WASH accessibility in schools is encompassed in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and is a priority area under the Protocol on Water and Health to the 1992 Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes. This publication summarizes the status of WASH in schools in the pan-European region.

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Three star approach for WASH in Schools - UNICEF publication

12 Sep 13

The Three Star Approach for WASH in Schools is designed to improve the effectiveness of hygiene behaviour change programmes. The approach ensures that healthy habits are taught, practised and integrated into daily school routines. GIZ is one of the co-publishers of this book. 

UNICEF_Field_Guide-3_Star-Guide.pdf (4.6 MB)

WASH in ALL Schools: Making it a reality

10 Jun 13

These are the proceedings of the April 2012 South Asia Regional Conference on WASH in Schools. The conference provided an opportunity to discuss issues and create awareness and understanding of key approaches and lessons learnt in WASH in Schools and review best practices in the region. For the first time in India both the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation and the Ministry of Human Resource Development have committed to joint action to develop strategies and approaches to scale up sustainable WASH in Schools.

Read more or download WASH in Schools conference report_India.pdf (1.6 MB)

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WASH-based businesses

Water is the most important natural resource, making it an excellent factor for business propositions and development of the economy especially in developing countries. New water-based business models were set up in Uganda and Tanzania under the WASH and Learn! programme organised together by Simavi and the local partners, CABDA, EMESCO Development Foundation and UFUNDIKO.

WASH-based businesses