Practical guides for treating water within communities in Angola, Cameroon and sub-Saharan Africa

STANDARD OPERATION PROCEDURES (SOPs) in WASH Development with focus on Angola and Cameroon

Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) compliance still remains a problem for 1.2 billion people the world over despite increased awareness, high expenditure invested already, level and high volume of published literature. In deriving these Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs); a number of considerations have been made; synthesis of the available published work on water, hygiene and sanitation carried out; simplification of the technical language for easy to use friendly messages for uptake; identification of tools and resources needed for increased uptake of WASH in Cameroon and Angola.

This will cover how to increase access to potable water, water storage at homes, prevention to prevent recontamination. Along with the SOPs a practical guide for communities in Angola and Cameroon has been developed, which can be found below.

Treating Water SoP visualisations. You can download a PDF version of all the SOPs in English below.

Treating Water SoP visualisations. You can download a PDF version of all the SOPs in English below.

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