Fiches techniques eau, hygiène, et assainissement en situation d'urgence (in French)

Reed, B., Shaw, R., Chatterton, K. (2013)

Published in: 2013

Publisher:
World Health Organization (WHO), Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), Loughborough, UK

Author:
Reed, B., Shaw, R., Chatterton, K.

Content - Summary

Ces fiches illustrées de quatre pages ont été préparées par le WEDC pour l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé afin d’aider les personnes qui travaillent dans un contexte d’urgence, à planifier des réponses adéquates aux besoins urgents et de moyen terme des populations dans le secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement.

Ces fiches sont pertinentes dans de nombreux contextes d’urgence, comme les catastrophes naturelles et les crises liées à un conflit. Elles sont adaptées pour les techniciens de terrain, les ingénieurs et les agents de promotion de l’hygiène, ainsi que le personnel du siège des organisations.

1.Nettoyage et réhabilitation des puits
2.Nettoyage et réhabilitation des forages
3.Nettoyage et désinfection des réservoirs et camions-citernes
4.Réhabilitation d’un petit système d’approvisionnement en eau courante
5.Traitement de l’eau de boisson dans les situations d’urgence
6.Réhabilitation des ouvrages de potabilisation après une urgence
7.Gestion des déchets solides en situation d’urgence
8.Gestion des dépouilles mortelles en situation d’urgence
9.Quelle est la quantité d’eau nécessaire en situation d’urgence
10.Promotion de l’hygiène en situation d’urgence
11.Les niveaux de chlore dans les systèmes d’approvisionnement en eau
12.Distribution d’eau potable par camion-citerne
13.Planifier l’élimination des excréments en situation d’urgence
14.Options pour l’élimination des excréments en situation d’urgence
15.Nettoyage des puits suite à une inondation par l’eau de mer

Les 15 fisches sont disponibles ici en un seul fichier.

Additional information

Préparé pour l’OMS par le WEDC.
Auteur et Série Editeur: Bob Reed.
Contributions éditoriales, mise en page et illustrations par Rod Shaw et Glenda McMahon.
Dessins offerts par le WEDC/FICR. Autres graphiques par Ken Chatterton.

Traduit par Amélie Cardon, revu par Jean-Marc Leblanc, Erwann Lacoste et Grégory Bulit. Solidarités International http://www.solidarites.org/
technicaldepartment@solidarites.org

Bibliographic information

Reed, B., Shaw, R., Chatterton, K. (2013). Fiches techniques eau, hygiène, et assainissement en situation d'urgence (in French) - Technical Notes on Drinking-water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Emergencies. World Health Organization (WHO), Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), Loughborough, UK

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