Current emergency safe water guidelines are based on little field evidence. We launched an observational study on chlorine decay in the Azraq refugee camp, Jordan in July-August 2014 in order to: i) develop evidence-based guidelines for centralized batch chlorination in humanitarian operations; and ii) identify factors affecting the safe water chain. This study builds on earlier work from South Sudan and adds to the evidence base that study initiated.
This document provides a snapshot of WASH service provision in Azraq Refugee Camp undertaken on the 15th – 16th February 2015. The document document provides an overview of the conditions in 912 WASH blocks with a focus on structural integrity, safety, access, and cleanliness.
- Tags: Bathing Facilities, Communal Toilets, Drainage, Excreta Management, Grey Water Disposal, Handwashing with Soap, Laundering Facilities, WASH Assessments, WASH Coordination, and WASH Monitoring. Locations: Jordan and Middle East. Languages: English. Organisations: REACH. DatabaseDocTypes: WASH Monitoring Reports. Categories: WASH Maps and WASH Reference Documents.