UNICEF online webinar on COVID-19 IPC for Cleaners and Sanitary Personnel

By LCP Secretariat
May 22, 2020

Reference No. (2020-05-14)

FOR : All Honorable Mayors
FROM : The LCP Executive Director
RE : Call for City Participation in ESCAP and UNEP Project on Localization of SDG 7 in Southeast Asia
DATE: 22 May 2020



Greetings from the League of Cities of the Philippines!


UNICEF, in partnership with DOH and WHO and with support from USAID, has developed a training module on COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control (IPC): Cleaning and Disinfection. The module is developed specifically for sanitation personnel working in public spaces, community health care, quarantine and isolation facilities.


To learn more about IPC in this time of COVID-19, an online training of trainers (ToT) will be organized on 25 (Monday), 27 (Wednesday), and 29 (Friday) May 2020, from 01:00 to 04:00 PM. For city governments, target participants include sanitary engineers, sanitary inspectors, members of COVID-19 task force, BHERT members, community health care facility workers, quarantine personnel, cleaners, and sanitary workers. Interested participants may refer to the attached webinar poster for the registration link.


For inquiries or additional information about the webinar, you may contact Geovani Lapina at GLAPINA@UNICEF.ORG. You may also reach out to the LCP Secretariat thru league.cities.philippines@gmail.com.


Thank you very much.



Atty. Shereen Gail Yu-Pamintuan

LCP Executive Director




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