PATH Program Officer Discusses Importance Of WASH Services In Quality Health Care Delivery

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Adam Drolet, program officer at PATH, discusses the importance of WASH services in health care facilities, writing, “Without clean and safe water, sanitation, and hygiene, patients and providers are at a much higher risk for hospital-acquired infections … Without these basic WASH services, quality health care cannot be delivered” (11/28).

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