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IFRC WatSan Disaster Response Kits
Wat-San ERU and Disaster Response Kits leaflet in
IFRC Disaster Response Kit 2
This kit provides water treatment at household level for up to 2,000 beneficiaries (400 families), with no
central treatment or storage capacity.
IFRC Disaster Response Kit 5
Designed for the treatment and distribution of water for small populations, this kit can treat up to
75,000 litres of water a day for a population of up to 5,000 people.
IFRC Disaster Response Kit 10
This kit is designed for the treatment and distribution of water for medium size populations, providing
up to 150,000 litres of water a day for a population of up to 10,000 people.
Emergency Relief Items Catalog listing
KIT 2, WatSan Disaster Response, 2000 beneficiaries
KIT 5, WatSan Disaster Response, 5000 beneficiaries
KIT 10, WatSan Disaster Response, 10000 beneficiaries
IFRC Standard training package
In an effort to increase emergency response capacity, the Federation is establishing pre-positioned Kits in a number of locations at Zonal, Regional and Country level.The training consisted of two days of classroom lectures, four days of field work, and two days for review and planning.
Introduction and Facilitator Notes (zip file)
Powerpoints 1-5 (zip file)
Powerpoints 6-9 (zip file)
Powerpoints 10-11 (zip file)
HP Box A:
It contains the essential equipment (IEC materials and background materials) needed to conduct key hygiene-promotion activities targeting dispersed populations at the household level, and where beneficiary numbers are limited. The target population is 2000-5000 beneficiaries.
HP Box B:
Combined with two boxes of HP Box A, it provides the essential equipment to conduct key hygiene-promotion activities for up to 10,000 beneficiaries at multiple sites. It contains the required additional equipment (IT equipment) to conduct key hygiene-promotion activities at the community level.
HP Box C:
Combined with four boxes of HP Box A and one HP Box B, it provides the essential equipment to conduct key hygiene-promotion activities for up to 20,000 beneficiaries at multiple sites. It contains the necessary, additional equipment (administration and logistic equipment) to conduct key hygiene-promotion activities targeting large populations at the community level.
Country adapted HP box material
Detailed content list-Indonesia
HP box Vietnam
HP box adaption: Indonesia
Example puppet script-Indonesia
Example: Glo-germ instruction sheet-English
help on how to format text
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