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SWG Dec19
On December 6, 2019, the fourth quarter of 2019 regular meeting of the Rural Sanitation Working Group was held in Hanoi. 
Dr. Ass. Professor Ms. Nguyen Thi Lien Huong, Director of Department of Health Environment Management (VIHEMA), Ministry of Health and Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet Hoa, Coordinator of Coordination Unit of Partnership on Rural Water Supply and Sanitation co-chaired the meeting.
Participated in the meeting were participants from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; Ministry of Construction; Ministry of Health; Ministry of Planning and Investment; Ministry of Education and Training; Committee for Ethnic Minorities and Mountainous Areas, Vietnam Women's Union; Vietnam Red Cross Association, Vietnam Farmers Association, Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee, Vietnam Water Supply and Sewerage Association, Institute of Industrial and Environmental Health; Representatives of international and non-governmental organizations such as UNICEF, WHO, Global Water and Sanitation Partnership (WSA), BORDA, CWS, IDE, World Vision, USAID / PHAD, Viet Nam Water and Health Alliance South, CCHIP; companies representing the private sector such as ROTO, Hanoi water company, UNILEVER and the press agencies Environmental Health Magazine. 
Especially participated in the meeting is SWA High-Level Delegation including Mr. Patrick Moriarty - president of SWA, Ms. Catarina de Albuquerque - CEO of SWA and member of SWA steering committee.
The meeting was organized within the framework of quarterly operation of Partnership rural sanitation Working Group chaired by VIHEMA/ Ministry of Health, with the aim of updating and sharing information on legal documents, policies, institutions and activities of water and sanitation programs and projects of the Government and domestic and international organizations in Vietnam.
At the meeting, participants shared updates on the progress of sanitation, the situation of urban and rural clean water supply in Vietnam, water and sanitation services in health facilities; sharing global experience on cooperation, financial allocation and government participation in clean water and sanitation; monitor and supervise water quality of small scaled clean water supply systems for villages and schools.
Participants discussed how to continue investing in finding a suitable long-term solutions, improving water and sanitation services, especially improving awareness and behavioral change for ethnic people. ethnic minorities and remote areas, encourage private participation, develop software to monitor water quality, toilets, maintain hygiene, maintain sustainability of water and sanitation sevrices as well as open defecation free.




On 29 October 2019, the Regular Sustainable water supply Working Group Meeting was held at Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Helpful information was shared at the meetin

1. Piloting community based management model in Thái nguyên

2. Sustainable water supply criteria: criteria and how to implement to achieve it

3. Pilot safe water supply by WASH project

4. Model on water supply for small village/schools.

5. Initiatives and private sector participation in rural water supply in Vietnam.



On 13/10/2019, in Hanoi, Ministry of Health in collaboration with Hanoi People's Committee and Unilever Việt Nam organized the celebration of Global Hand Washing Day - joint hand washing for Vietnam health

Participated in the celebration were Ass. Professor, Dr. Nguyễn Trường Sơn, Vice Minister of MoH; Mr. Ngô Văn Quý – Vice Chairman of Hanoi PC and representatives from line ministries, related agencies from MoH; internation organization, pupils and teachers from primary schools in Hà Nội; students from Hanoi Medical University, Public university and mass media agencies reporting news on the event.


PGS.TS. Nguyễn Trường Sơn, Thứ trưởng Bộ Y tế phát biểu tại buổi Lễ

MoH Vice Minister said at the celebration: Global hand wwashing day 15 October was initiated by the Global Partnerhip on Hand Washing and promoted by the United Nation since 2008 with an aim to raise awareness on the importance of washing hands with soap, simple and effective disease protection in everyone's hands. In Việt Nam since 2008, MoH has collaborated with line ministries, civil orgsanizations, 63 provincial people's committees and Unilever Việt Nam celebrated the Global hand Washing Day. 



Participants jointly committed to implement the Program 

Vice Minister shared that washing hands with soap seems very simple but many people especially children, people living in rural areas have not done it. He stressed that according to reports in 2017 by UNICEF, there are 3 billion people in the world having not yet access to hand washing device or access it without soap and clean water; about  66% has not access to the most basic hand washing device. That percentage in the richest people group is double that of the poorest; 

About 47% of schools, equivalent to 900 million students worldwide, do not have to wash their hands with soap. 43% of health facilities lack handwashing facilities, 35% of facilities have handwashing facilities but no soap and water are available. About 15% of the world's population is disabled, 12% of the population is elderly, but many of them are having difficulty using hand washing facilities due to inappropriate design and layout. In addition, many ethnic minorities and people in remote areas still do not have adequate access to handwashing facilities. In Vietnam, the infectious diseases causing the highest rate of infection per 100,000 people are influenza, diarrhea, dengue fever, hand, foot and mouth disease, dysentery, mumps, chicken pox. It can be seen that nearly half of the infectious diseases have the highest incidence, which are related to clean water, sanitation and especially personal hygiene behaviors including washing hands with soap.




MoH Vice minister and participants jointly washed hands with soap by 6 steps 

On behalf of Ministry of Health Leaders, Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son called on sectors, authorities, mass organizations, press organizations and agencies to coordinate with the health sector to focus on promoting Communication activities in many forms to raise people's awareness about the importance and benefits of hand washing with soap in disease prevention. At the same time, ensure that all people including the elderly, children, people with disabilities and ethnic minorities are mentioned in all policies, programs and activities promoting hand washing with soap. Formulate and promulgate policies, regulations, and instructions on construction and maintenance of facilities, hand washing places with soap to ensure that everyone is accessible and easy to use, suitable for each other object. together; as well as ensure that all agencies, units, factories, health facilities, schools, public places have adequate hand washing facilities, clean water, soap or detergent, Easy to use and suitable for all subjects; At the same time, conducting research on inequality in handwashing with soap in different areas from which to develop appropriate policies; as well as promoting education on hand-washing with soap in schools to create habit of hand-washing with soap for students from an early age. Mr. Deputy Minister also believed and hoped with the participation of Departments, social organizations, students and all classes of people, handwashing with soap and fish hygiene. human resources and environmental sanitation will develop sustainably, contributing to the full elimination of epidemics and protection of human health.



Pupils joinly participated in the performance 

World Day of hand washing with soap October 15 with the theme "Washing hands with soap - Working together for the health of Vietnam", to enhance the propaganda to raise awareness of the whole society as well as of each society. People on the importance of washing hands with soap to prevent disease. This year's theme is in line with the World's theme, "Clean Hands for All," originating from the goal of not leaving anyone behind on the Sustainable Development Agenda. Inequalities in access to handwashing and enhanced handwashing programs can put individuals at risk of diseases, thereby affecting their health, education and income. This topic reminds us to consider when addressing inequalities in handwashing, addressing disparities in soap-washing habits for different regions and ethnic groups, focusing on people with disabilities, women and girls, health worker./.


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On 26 July 2019 in Thanh Hoa city, the CLOSING CEREMONY ON RESULTS-BASED RURAL WATER AND SANITATION UNDER THE RWSS NATIONAL TARGET PROGRAM IN RED RIVER DELTA was organized by Ministry of Argriculture and Rural Development and the World Bank.

Participated in the workshop were reparesentatives from related agencies from MARD, MoH, MoET and reparesentatives from related agencies from 8 provincial DARD, DoH, DoET.


From 23 to 25 April 2019, NCERWASS/MARD in collaboration with UNICEF organized the workshop on WASH bottle neck analysis" in Hai Phong.



wastewater monitoring

In the joint implementation of the “Pilot Study for Testing Methodology for Wastewater Monitoring of Indicators for SDG 6.3.1 in Vietnam,” the Agency of Technical Infrastructure (ATI) under Ministry of Construction in cooperation with the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) organized the Final Seminar to present the study results and consult about the wastewater monitoring methodology in Vietnam.


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