Equity and Inclusion in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Resources
A set of materials (produced by WEDC and WaterAid) can be used for training a wide range of audiences on making WASH inclusive.
The materials consist of
1. Practical and enjoyable activities that stimulate discussions on the issues.
2. Structured presentations with facilitators notes, that explain how to analyse barriers and adapt WASH programmes to make them more inclusive.
3. Practical tools to help you apply the training to your own situation.
- Squatting Activity (Facilitator note)
- Applying the social model to WASH
- Identifying barriers to WASH
- Identifying solutions to WASH
- Carrying out an Accessibility Audit (Facilitator note)
- Equity and inclusion in WASH provision – the social model as a practical tool for analysis and problem solving (pdf) and
- Facilitator/presenter's note
- Accessibility audit – latrines
- Accessibility audit – school latrines
- Accessibility audit – water points
How to use these materials
How to use these materials
The Activity sheets can be used as standalone activities to build capacity and awareness on Equity and Inclusion.
They can be part of structured training and capacity building using the Equity and inclusion in WASH provision – the social model as a practical tool for analysis and problem solving (pdf) and the Facilitator/presenter's notes.
The content of this powerpoint is organised into three sections. It is recommended that you do not run through this entire training in one sitting. It can be conducted via distance learning methods, or over the course of several days for example as part of a workshop or through action learning sets, or embedded into other training and any other appropriate mechanisms.
At the end of each section, there is a suggestion of a practical activity, to give participants an opportunity to practice what has just been presented, to discuss and ask questions. This activity can be done as a whole group, or in small groups, or individually.
Section 1 presents the theory of the ‘Social model’ of exclusion, using examples related to WASH
Followed by a suggestion of the practical activity and discussion - Applying the social model to WASH
Section 2 introduces ‘Barrier analysis’ – how to use the social model to analyse barriers to access and exclusion
Followed by a suggestion of the practical activity and discussion - Identifying barriers to WASH
Section 3 then introduces ‘Problem solving’ a structured way of identifying solutions to address these barriers.
Followed by a suggestion of the practical activity and discussion - Identifying solutions to WASH
There is no right way to conduct this training or use these materials. Please use your initiative and experience to adapt and use these resources in your own contexts. Let us know of your experiences, comments and questions by emailing email@example.com