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E-Learning Modules on GEDSI in WASH and Water Safety Plan Sustainability


World Health Organisation


Capacity building


Climate Change, Health, Gender, Community Engagement, Public Health, Policy, WASH

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Engagement Objective

StratComm partners with the World Health Organization (WHO) to develop two impactful e-learning modules focused on Gender Equality, Diversity, and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) in WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) within healthcare facilities, as well as the sustainability of Water Safety Plans (WSP). The main objectives encompass creating comprehensive instructional courses, seamlessly integrating them into the user-friendly OpenWHO online learning platform, and effectively promoting the courses to reach a diverse audience.

Our Process

StratComm's team of experienced experts, well-versed in GEDSI, WSP, curriculum writing, video content development, and design, collaborate closely to ensure the successful development of these highly informative courses. Employing a consultative approach, we meticulously adhere to the rigorous standards set by the OpenWHO Course Production guidelines while working in synergy with the dedicated OpenWHO team. By integrating the courses seamlessly into the OpenWHO online learning platform, we ensure easy access for healthcare professionals, policymakers, and stakeholders engaged in WASH and public health, facilitating their professional growth and understanding of these crucial topics.

Key Outcome

The course, Water safety planning for urban water supply systems – an introduction, outlines the principles and steps of the water safety planning approach and presents the success factors that underpin effective and sustainable implementation. Through four modules, the 2-hour course, also highlights how water safety planning can strengthen resilience to climate threats. 

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