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2012 InterAction Forum
WASH, Nutrition and the 1,000 Day Window of Opportunity

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  • 1. Test Your Knowledge:WASH, NUTRITION ANDTHE 1,000 DAY WINDOWOF OPPORTUNITYInterAction ForumMay 1, 2012
  • 2. ROUND 1WATER, SANITATION ANDHYGIENE
  • 3. Question 1 What is the common acronym for water, sanitation and hygiene?
  • 4. Question 2Rounding to the nearest 10 million,how many people lack access tosafe drinking water? How many lackaccess to basic sanitation?
  • 5. Question 3WASH-related illnesses (cholera,schistosomiasis, trachoma, hookworm, etc.)disproportionately affect which group(s)? a) Young children b) Rural communities c) Poor communities d) Populations in emergency situations e) People living with HIV/AIDS f) All of the above
  • 6. Question 4In the context of this session, whatdoes the average woman in Sub-Sahara Africa or Asia walk 6km aday to do?
  • 7. Question 5How often does a child die from awater-related illness?
  • 8. Question 6According to the WHO, what percentage ofthe 2 billion cases of diarrhea could beprevented by safe drinking water, sanitationand hygiene? a) 20% b) 40% c) 60% d) 80%
  • 9. Question 7$1 invested in WASH will generatehow many dollars in better healthand increased productivity?
  • 10. Question 8Since the 1990s, attention to WASHhas increased as a globaldevelopment issue. Which of thethree (water, sanitation or hygiene)has received the most attention?
  • 11. Question 9Among water, sanitation andhygiene which is the most costeffective at preventing diarrhea?
  • 12. Question 10List two of the most effectiveWASH practices that reducepost-natal diarrhea.
  • 13. ROUND 2NUTRITION AND THE1,000 DAY WINDOW OFOPPORTUNITY
  • 14. Question 1What is undernutrition?
  • 15. Question 2Annually, how many childrenunder the age of 5, die fromundernutrition globally?
  • 16. Question 3Name two underlying causes ofundernutrition.
  • 17. Question 4Define the 1,000 day window.
  • 18. Question 5Why is proper nutrition importantduring the 1,000 Day window ofopportunity?
  • 19. Question 6What is the most effective way formothers to provide proper nutrition totheir children during the 1,000 Daywindow?
  • 20. Question 7List 2 of the 7 main nutritioninterventions for the 1,000 Dayswindow.
  • 21. Question 8List 2 methods in which organizationsand individuals can contribute tosustainability of essential nutritionprograms for newborns and childrenbefore age two?
  • 22. ROUND 3INTEGRATION OF WASHAND NUTRITION
  • 23. Question 1In the simplest terms explain theconnection between WASH,nutrition and the 1,000 DayWindow of Opportunity.
  • 24. Question 2Name a key factor that contributesto the vicious cycle of diarrhea andnutrition.
  • 25. Question 3What percentage of diarrhealdeaths can be attributed toundernutrition ?
  • 26. Question 4Reducing diarrheal disease throughWASH interventions can preventlong-term morbidity and ________child deaths a year caused byundernutrition.
  • 27. Question 5Recruiting women earlier intoprenatal care has a positive impacton child health and nutrition. Nameone way that integrating WASH canserve as an incentive for earlier andmore prenatal care.
  • 28. Question 6True or False: Integrating WASH andNutrition programs improve theeffectiveness of each sector individually.
  • 29. Question 7What WASH behavior was recentlyshown to significantly reduceneonatal death?
  • 30. Question 8List 2 ways in which WASHand nutrition programs can beintegrated.
  • 31. Question 9What essential action is missing ifwe are to integrate programming?