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The water, hygiene and sanitation (watsan) manager is responsible for ensuring the supply of good quality water to health facilities and/or people deprived of water because of conflict or natural disaster, etc. Liaising with the medical team, the WATSAN manager is responsible for
setting up vector disease control,
building showers and latrines, etc., and
the infrastructure required to dispose of sewage and clinical waste.
Management of the water and sanitation equipment required by the project: procurement, installation, maintenance and supervision of equipment,
Organisation of the project's watsan infrastructure: small-scale construction and refurbishment works, and other water, hygiene and sanitation activities,
Supervising and training logistics teams and locally employed and/or international personnel.
Providing logistical Watsan support to medical teams,
Working with the medical teams and project coordinator to define the operational strategies and logistical objectives of the project.