Water, Sanitation And Hygiene (WASH)
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Pacific Health Ministers address health consequences of a changing climate
SPC Director General Dr Colin Tukuitonga, French Polynesia’s Minister of Health Dr Jacques Raynal, and WHO Western Pacific Regional Director Dr Takeshi Kasai during discussions at the 13th Pacific Health Ministers Meeting.
Access to Public Health Services, a Pacific Priority
7th Pacific Heads of Health Group Photo At the 7th Pacific Heads of Health (PHoH) meeting, leaders declared that primary care and access to universal health care must be priorities for improving the health of the region’s population.
“Lighting Up Communities”: Documentary Highlights Work of SPC-EU Micro Projects Programme in Fiji’s Sugarcane Communities
Students at Arya Kanya Pathshala School in Ba practice handwashing techniques learned through the SPC-EU MPP Project.
New Ablution Block for Ba’s Arya Kanya Pathshala School
Over 400 school students at the Arya Kanya Pathshala School in Ba, in Fiji’s Western division, will now benefit from a new ablution block which includes new toilets, hand washing and shower facilities, following its opening in Ba today. The ablution…
SPC-EU MPP Project WASH in schools programme
Safe drinking water and clean toilets are extremely important for children’s health and contribute to the prevention of hygiene-related communicable diseases like typhoid.
Specialists from atoll nations gather in Tarawa to talk water security
Technical officers from different Pacific atolls met in Kiribati for an intensive week of training and knowledge sharing to improve their capacity to support the water security of vulnerable island communities. The one-week Atoll Water Security Workshop…
Milestone report on “Sanitation, Drinking water and Health in Pacific Island countries” reveals troubling information
A regional report entitled “Sanitation, Drinking-water and Health in Pacific Island Countries: 2015 update and future outlook” has found that almost 70% of people living in the Pacific are without access to improved sanitation, and almost 50% lack access…