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close this bookHandbook for Emergencies - Second Edition (UNHCR, 1999, 414 p.)
close this folder17. Environmental Sanitation
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View the documentOverview
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentBasic Principles And Standards
View the documentHuman Resources And Organization
View the documentHuman Excretia Disposal
View the documentSolid Wastes
View the documentWastewater
View the documentPest and Vector Control
View the documentGeneral Hygiene
View the documentDisposal Of The Dead
View the documentKey References
View the documentAnnexes
View the documentAnnexes

Annexes

Annex 1

II. Public Places

C. Existing Facilities

Schools






*Latrine Type

P.F.

V.I.P.

Rudimentary

Other

1 seat/ ____________boys

1 seat/ ____________girls

1 urinal/ ___________boys






*Refuse collection

Yes

No

Hospitals

*Latrine Type

P.F.

V.I.P.

Rudimentary

Other






*Refuse collection

Buried

Burnt

Markets






*Excretia Disposal

Good

Poor

None






*Refuse collection

Good

Poor

None









Comments:






D. Drainage


- at water posts

Good

Poor

None





- around latrines

Good

Poor

None





- camp drainage network

Good

Poor

None





Comments:






E. General Characteristics

-topography

Flat


Moderate

Steep


-soil

Rocky


Clay

Sandy


- water table distance from

Rainy Season


Dry Season

ground surface

m


m



F. Community water supply





- sanitation at source

Good

Poor

None





-sanitation at distribution point

Good

Poor

None





- individual water containers

Capacity

litres






- storage at home

Capacity





Clean

Covered


litres

Y-N

Y-N





- chemical used for water disinfection

Chlorine

Other

None





- points of application of above chemicals

Source

Storage
Tank

Home
Container

Annex 2 - Environmental Sanitation - Resource Inventory Form

Country:


Prepared by:

Camp:


Population:


Date:....../....../......

A. Implementation

Name(s)

Governmental authorities

International organisations

Private sector

NGO's

B. Human Resources

Number of Workers

Is there a spraying team?

Y

N

Is there a drainage team?

Y

N

Is there a sanitation team?

Y

N

Is there an organised workshop?

Y

N

Number of sanitarians:

Number of health workers:

(assigned to sanitation tasks)

C. Tools

Description

Specification

Quantity

Axe

Crowbar

Iron bar cutter

Pickaxe

Shovel

Spade

Tape metre

Other (please specify)

D. Equipment

Description

Specification

Quantity

Cement mixer

Mortar bucket

Mould (latrine slab)

Mould (brick)

Wheelbarrow

Sprayer

Spraying equipment

- overall clothing

- masks

- gloves

- boots

Other (please specify)

E. Chemicals

Item

Unit

Quantity (stock in Hand)

Comments

Vector control


-



Water Treatment


-