Toilet talk!

with
Thorsten Kiefer
Founder & CEO, WASH United
Why sanitation and hygiene?
Background
• 2.5 billion lack access to adequate sanitation.
• Hand-washing with soap not widely and
consistently practice...
WASH is a cross-cutting issue
•
•
•
•
•
•

Education
Nutrition
Gender equality
HIV/AIDS
Violence against women
…
WASH United`s approach
WASH United uses
fun,
interactive games,
positive communication
and superstar role models
to change mindsets & behaviours
...
Key activities:
• High-level public awareness
campaigns.
• WASH trainings in schools and youth
sport teams, implemented th...
Elements of training curricula
Training of Teachers
(ToT)
Games

World Toilet Cup
Cricket: „ Worldpoo Cup
every Toilet
needs a loo!“
Cricket
Bowl out Diarrhea
Bowl out Diarrhea
Clean Hands Carrom
WASH Jigsaw
Germ Pyramid
Hand-washing
Challenge
TippyTap
Competition
Complementary educational
materials
Certificate and
WASH United
pledge

•
Results since 2010
+ 100.000 children and youth trained
+ 1.000 teachers trained
+ 400 schools and youth sport clubs
throu...
Adjusting WASH United tools to
the needs of S4D organizations
Building bridges between sectors
• Linking the WASH & S4D sectors;
• Enable more S4D organizations to include
WASH trainin...
The WASH World Cup
Harnessing the power of football to
promote sanitation and hygiene
in East Africa!
•

Hosted by 9 local...
The WASH World Cup
Goals:
•Develop, test & refine replicable
football-based WASH curricula
specifically for the grassroots...
Next Steps

for your organization towards working
on sanitation and hygiene
1. Get in touch:
share your contact details
2. Stay informed:
sign up to our newsletter
3. Get involved & take action:
Par...
Partners:

THANK YOU!
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  • Logos from left to right: The Kids League (Uganda), Soccer without Borders (Uganda), Espérance (Rwanda), Carolina for Kibera (Nairobi), MYSA (Nairobi), Vijana Amani Pamoja – VAP (Nairobi), Society Empowerment Project – SEP (Kenya – Oyugis)
  • Next Step 2014 presentation by Thorsten Kiefer from WASH United

    1. 1. Toilet talk! with Thorsten Kiefer Founder & CEO, WASH United
    2. 2. Why sanitation and hygiene?
    3. 3. Background • 2.5 billion lack access to adequate sanitation. • Hand-washing with soap not widely and consistently practiced. • Globally, diarrhea 2nd biggest killer of children under 5 years of age. • In Sub-Saharan Africa, diarrhea kills more children than malaria, measles and HIV/AIDS – combined.
    4. 4. WASH is a cross-cutting issue • • • • • • Education Nutrition Gender equality HIV/AIDS Violence against women …
    5. 5. WASH United`s approach
    6. 6. WASH United uses fun, interactive games, positive communication and superstar role models to change mindsets & behaviours around sanitation and hygiene.
    7. 7. Key activities: • High-level public awareness campaigns. • WASH trainings in schools and youth sport teams, implemented through local partners.
    8. 8. Elements of training curricula
    9. 9. Training of Teachers (ToT)
    10. 10. Games World Toilet Cup Cricket: „ Worldpoo Cup every Toilet needs a loo!“ Cricket
    11. 11. Bowl out Diarrhea
    12. 12. Bowl out Diarrhea
    13. 13. Clean Hands Carrom
    14. 14. WASH Jigsaw Germ Pyramid
    15. 15. Hand-washing Challenge
    16. 16. TippyTap Competition
    17. 17. Complementary educational materials
    18. 18. Certificate and WASH United pledge •
    19. 19. Results since 2010 + 100.000 children and youth trained + 1.000 teachers trained + 400 schools and youth sport clubs through local partners. 
    20. 20. Adjusting WASH United tools to the needs of S4D organizations
    21. 21. Building bridges between sectors • Linking the WASH & S4D sectors; • Enable more S4D organizations to include WASH trainings into their work; • Affiliate membership streetfootballworld network
    22. 22. The WASH World Cup Harnessing the power of football to promote sanitation and hygiene in East Africa! • Hosted by 9 local organisations, 7 of them Sport for Development organisations • Tournaments & trainings in 5 locations across Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda
    23. 23. The WASH World Cup Goals: •Develop, test & refine replicable football-based WASH curricula specifically for the grassroots sport sector •Reach around 8,000 children with behaviour change interventions
    24. 24. Next Steps for your organization towards working on sanitation and hygiene
    25. 25. 1. Get in touch: share your contact details 2. Stay informed: sign up to our newsletter 3. Get involved & take action: Partner with us in 2015 when our tools are ready for distribution
    26. 26. Partners: THANK YOU!

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