Where we work
We conduct our activities in 4 countries, where WASH services in primary health care facilities and schools are inadequate and large investments for infrastructure improvement are unlikely in the near future. These include conflict-affected areas, refugee and internally displaced population camps, informal settlements and remote rural areas with poor or failed institutional structures.
Follow the individual project pages below to find out more about the different local contexts and project profiles. For a general overview of the hands4health project activities in the countries, check out the news section below.
News from our project countries
- World Hand Hygiene Day 2023SAVE LIVES – Clean your hands! May 5th marks World Hand Hygiene Day – a campaign led by the World Health Organisation (WHO) with a focus on improving hand hygiene in health care… Read More »World Hand Hygiene Day 2023
- World Water Day 2023An opportunity to accelerate change for hand hygiene World Water Day 2023, which is celebrated on March 22nd, is about accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis. At current rates of progress,… Read More »World Water Day 2023
- Mise à jour hands4health MaliQue pensent les utilisateurs maliens de la station Gravit’eau pour le lavage des mains ? Au Mali, une enquête a récemment été menée pour déterminer la satisfaction des utilisateurs des Gravit’eau – les… Read More »Mise à jour hands4health Mali
- World Water Day campaigns in NigeriaAbout World Water Day 2023 World Water Day 2023 (WWD) celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. It is about taking action to tackle… Read More »World Water Day campaigns in Nigeria