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  1. 1. Challenges Relating to Creating a Global Water and Sanitation Data Portal for Refugee Situations
  2. 2. Challenges Relating to Creating a Global Water and Sanitation Data Portal for Refugee Situations
  3. 3. THE GOOD - Data We Currently Have International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 Time based population data via http://data.unhcr.org
  4. 4. Time Based Population Movement Data International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 via http://data.unhcr.org
  5. 5. UNHCR’s Persons of Concern International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 via http://data.unhcr.org
  6. 6. Global Refugee Trends International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  7. 7. The GOOD - Data We Currently Have? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 Technical WASH Website http://wash.unhcr.org
  8. 8. What Do We Currently Have? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 16 WASH Indicators Collected for Every Refugee Setting Monthly
  9. 9. What Other Data Do We Currently Have? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 Health Information System http://his.unhcr.org
  10. 10. The UNHCR WASH Snapshot International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 Snapshot of Current WASH Conditions in 215 Sites
  11. 11. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  12. 12. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  13. 13. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  14. 14. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  15. 15. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  16. 16. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  17. 17. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  18. 18. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  19. 19. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  20. 20. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  21. 21. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  22. 22. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  23. 23. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  24. 24. What Does the WASH Snapshot Tell Us? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  25. 25. Challenges
  26. 26. Challenges for Global Refugee WASH Data International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018  Missing data! Majority of Refugees (~70%) not in Camps!  UNHCR WASH Snapshot i. Not publically available. ii. Too time intensive (Excel). iii. Lack of GIS. iv. Lack of time-series data.  Data does not align with SDG #6 (JMP) – comparison hosts.  Current Health platform (iRHIS) i. Glitchy and delayed. ii. Too health orientated.
  27. 27. Background to Joint Monitoring Programme International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018  Established 1990  Continues work started by WHO in 1960s  Reports every 2 years  Mandated to track WASH SDG Targets. Objective: “To provide regular global reports on drinking-water and sanitation coverage to facilitate sector planning and management, to support countries in their efforts to improve their monitoring systems, and to provide information for advocacy.”
  28. 28. WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 JMP Water Supply Service Ladder
  29. 29. WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 JMP Sanitation Service Ladder
  30. 30. WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  31. 31. WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018
  32. 32. WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018  Lots of Historical WASH Trends Data Available
  33. 33. WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 What about refugee WASH data?
  34. 34. Out-of- Camp WASH Situation Surveys Solution for Global WASH Data Portal? International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018 Site Level WASH Info from Partners Refugee Population Data scraped from http://data.unhcr.org (API / Cron Job?) Health Data from http://his.unhcr.org (API / Cron Job) IDPs / Refuges WASH Data Portal Goals i.Monitor WASH coverage over time. ii.Identify groups or geographical areas that are lagging behind (advocate for WASH resources). iii.Integrate refugees and IDPs into national monitoring (JMPs). a)Comparative analysis with host communities. b)Integration with national systems (no one left behind). A ONE STOP SHOP FOR DATA! Site Level WASH Info from Partners WASH Data Targets 20m Refugees (approx.) 40m IDPs (approx.)
  35. 35. Thank You! International Workshop On Data Science For Health And Humanitarian Emergencies York University, Toronto 4th – 5th December 2018

Editor's Notes

  • SLIDE #1 – TITLE SCREEN
    This lecture is designed to give an OVERVIEW of Environmental Health strategies, interventions and standards.
    We will discuss exactly what “Environmental Health” encompasses a bit later. The term is often interchanged with “Water & Sanitation” and “Public Health Engineering”. For UNICEF, all these activities are covered under the WES departments.
    Some statistics for starters. Today out of a population of 6 billion, 1.1 billion people (about 1/5th of the world) lack access to safe water and 2.6 billion people (2/5th or 40% of the world) lack access to proper sanitation (UNICEF/WHO JMP 2002).
    There are about 4 billion cases of diarrhea annually. Estimates are that 2.2 million people died from diarrheal diseases in 2000 (about 3.7/10,000). 90% of these deaths are among children below 5 years.
    Also, 10% of the developing world suffer from intestinal worm infections; 6 million people are blind from trachoma and 200 million people in the world are infected with schistosomiasis.
    Environmental Health is the original cross-cutting theme
    Health (reduced diarrhoeal disease)
    Nutrition (with every bout of diarrhea a child <5 moves back towards malnutrition, improved hygiene for caregivers)
    HIV/AIDS (reduced diarrhoeal disease for people with compromised immune systems, improved hygiene for caregivers – half of the population with HIV/AIDS suffer from chronic diarrhea.)
    Education (time spent suffering with diarrhea and collecting water leads to missed schooling. Improved facilities at schools encourage girls enrollment.)
    Livelihoods (time spent suffering with diarrhea and collecting water leads to missed economic activity)
    GBV (reduced risk of sexual violence by bringing EH services closer to home).

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