CBM Australia works with partners, including aid donors, NGOs, government agencies and disability organisations, providing advice on how to ensure that water, sanitation and hygiene programs are accessible to people with disability.
Briefing note on key actions needed to promote inclusive WASH throughout the project cycle, developed by CBM as a guide for World Vision WASH programs in Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.
Guidance note on the foundations of disability inclusive WASH to guide organisations to plan and budget for inclusion in the design of WASH programs.
Based on learnings of CBM and World Vision in Sri Lanka, these are guidelines for affordable and locally appropriate strategies for supporting hygiene for people with high support needs. Similar guidance for modifying toilets and water supplies.
Flipcharts developed with CBM advice by WaterAid on how the elderly and people with disability can access water and sanitation in Timor-Leste.
Guidance on conducting baseline assessments about inclusive WASH, drawing from CBM’s experience supporting baseline surveys within WaterAid’s and World Vision’s WASH projects.