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  • Dates Collected: 01 Dec 2011 - 31 Dec 2011
    Date Released: 15 Jun 2012
    The WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) in Schools and Preschools movement is gaining momentum, evidenced by an increase in international and local attention and funding, the development of school-based resources, and implementation designs for schools all over the world. It was aimed to address the WASH related gaps in preschools and thus improve children’s health and education achievements. The specific goal of the WASH in Preschool program is to improve the health conditions of children aged three to six attending the preschool institutions through addressing their water, sanitation and hygiene needs. The WASH in Preschools Survey was initiated by the UNICEF Country Office, with the support of regional office, ACT Research, and an international consultant to form a baseline of the situation in Georgia and determine the needs. Survey results indicated that the trend observed of increased parasitic infestations was actually the case and testing for parasites has fallen in preschools 2009 to 2011. The WASH in Preschool program consists of three different datasets: Interviews, Infrastructure and Behavior.
  • Dates Collected: 01 Dec 2011 - 31 Dec 2011
    Date Released: 15 Jun 2012
    The WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) in Schools and Preschools movement is gaining momentum, evidenced by an increase in international and local attention and funding, the development of school-based resources, and implementation designs for schools all over the world. It was aimed to address the WASH related gaps in preschools and thus improve children’s health and education achievements. The specific goal of the WASH in Preschool program is to improve the health conditions of children aged three to six attending the preschool institutions through addressing their water, sanitation and hygiene needs. The WASH in Preschools Survey was initiated by the UNICEF Country Office, with the support of regional office, ACT Research, and an international consultant to form a baseline of the situation in Georgia and determine the needs. Survey results indicated that the trend observed of increased parasitic infestations was actually the case and testing for parasites has fallen in preschools 2009 to 2011. The WASH in Preschool program consists of three different datasets: Interviews, Infrastructure and Behavior.
  • Dates Collected: 01 Dec 2011 - 31 Dec 2011
    Date Released: 15 Jun 2012
    The WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) in Schools and Preschools movement is gaining momentum, evidenced by an increase in international and local attention and funding, the development of school-based resources, and implementation designs for schools all over the world. It was aimed to address the WASH related gaps in preschools and thus improve children’s health and education achievements. The specific goal of the WASH in Preschool program is to improve the health conditions of children aged three to six attending the preschool institutions through addressing their water, sanitation and hygiene needs. The WASH in Preschools Survey was initiated by the UNICEF Country Office, with the support of regional office, ACT Research, and an international consultant to form a baseline of the situation in Georgia and determine the needs. Survey results indicated that the trend observed of increased parasitic infestations was actually the case and testing for parasites has fallen in preschools 2009 to 2011. The WASH in Preschool program consists of three different datasets: Interviews, Infrastructure and Behavior.
  • Dates Collected: 01 May 2009 - 01 Jul 2009
    Date Released: 01 Apr 2010
    The Welfare Monitoring Survey 2009 examines the welfare of the population of Georgia in the context of the global economic crisis. Well-being is examined on a range of dimensions including household consumption, material deprivation and subjective experience. The results help to signal potential deterioration in child and human welfare and should assist the government and international donor community to develop an adequate response.