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  • WASH Coverage Ghyachowk VDC 2011
    This document details all of the WASH project activities in Ghyachowk VDC, with information about the process, planning, design, achievements, learnings, challenges and stories from the field. This will help to replicate the learnings from the VDC coverage approach followed.
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  • Wall Newspapers 2011 (Nepali language)
    NEWAH Far Western Regional Office (FWRO) started publishing Jaagaran (Awakening) wall newspaper on a quarterly basis in 2004. Since March 2006, NEWAH Mid Western Regional Office (MWRO) introduced Pariwartan (Change) targeting community people from the Mid Western Region. Considering the need to save time, effort, resources and duplication of work, since June 2006 the two (Jaagaran and Pariwartan) was merged into Pariwartan ka laagi Jagaran. The wall newspaper is now published alternatively by all NEWAH regional offices on a quarterly basis including information from all NEWAH offices.
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  • Browsing the News 2010
    Browsing through the Newspapers, The Status of Sanitation in Nepal is a result of continued engagement with the media to increase the level of awareness of WASH in Nepal, especially the decision makers who have the ability to prioritise these issues in development agendas. This is a booklet containing a compilation of sanitation articles by journalists, collected during the media campaign, media awards and media monitoring. The materials in here represent communities throughout Nepal and picture the stark realities of sanitation in society and various community efforts to deal with them.
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  • NEWAH Latrine Design 2010 (Nepali language)
    NEWAH has many years of experience designing and building different kinds of latrines appropriate for various users in communities. This book "Community Useful Guideline on Household and Latrine Design and Types" was first published in 2004. The revised 2010 second version contains a compilation of household and institutional latrine designs (girl friendly school latrines and disable friendly latrines). It also includes designs of eco-san toilets, improved stoves, bio-gas types and capacity as well as public latrines for reference. Community level technicians with general technical knowledge can easily build toilets following the drawings and instructions from the book.
    PDF icon NEWAH Latrine Design Book.pdf
  • A NEWAH Research Report on Sustainability of Changes in Hygiene Behaviour
    Integrating provision of drinking water with sanitation and hygiene promotion has become an accepted model of best practice in the sector. Nevertheless, sanitation and hygiene often receive less resources. To advocate for increased attention to hygiene promotion it is important to know whether communities continue to practice new behaviours after a project ends. This study was carried out in Nepal and five other countries, to find out whether this happens.
    PDF icon Hygiene Behavioural Changes can be Sustained.pdf
  • Case Stories from the Field
    The stories in this publication incorporates the real life stories from NEWAH’s working areas in the Mid and Far Western Region; supported by AusAID (The Australian Agency for International Development) through WaterAid in Australia and WaterAid in Nepal. These stories illustrate the positive changes brought into the communities through NEWAH’s Water supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) service delivery. In addition, it is envisaged that such effort will inspire and motivate NEWAH staff in creative writing as well as quality photography to increase the visibility of our work.
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  • A Guideline for Promoting Ethical and Meaningful Participation of Children in WASH
    This guideline has been developed as a product of an action research initiative on Child-Rights based WASH, where meaningful participation of children is one of the key components. This initiative is being jointly implemented by NEWAH, Save the Children Finland and WaterAid Nepal.
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  • Media Toolkit
    The media plays important role in creating awareness on WASH issues. WSSCC Nepal WASH coalition is an awareness and advocacy forum for sanitation, hygiene and water supply in Nepal. This document prepared by WSSCC details the role of the media in sanitation promotion and why there needs to be collaboration.
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  • Annual Report FY 2010-11 DOWNLOAD
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  • Annual Report FY 2009-10
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