Health Impact Assessment Guideline for Water Resources Development Project In Thailand

January 17, 2016


Chapter 1 Introduction 

1.1 Objective of Health Impact Assessment Guideline for Water Resources Development Project 

1.2 Target Groups 

1.3 Components 

1.4 Definitions 

1.5 Conceptual Frameworks 


Chapter 2 Principle and Process of Determination of Health Impact Assessment Report 

2.1 Principle of Health Impact Assessment 

2.2 Water Resources Development to study and Health Impact Assessment report preparation 

2.3 Process of Health Impact Assessment Report Determination 


Chapter 3 Step and Methodology of Assessment and Report Preparation 

3.1 Health Screening Issue 

3.2 Scoping of Study Issue 

3.3 Health Impact Assessment 

3.4 Guideline Preparation for Prevention and Mitigation Measures for Health Impact VI Health Impact Assessment Guideline for Water Resources Development Project In Thailand

3.5 Guideline Preparation for Monitoring and Follow up Measure 

3.6 Component of Health Impact Assessment Report 

3.7 Staging to draft report of Study and Health Impact Analyzing by Public 


Annex 1 Table illustrating example of health determinant data of water development project 

Annex 2 Example of Health Impact from Water Resources Development 

Annex 3 Referencing Sources of Sample use for Helminthic Study of The Department of Disease Contro 

Annex 4 Example of interview form use for interviewing people in Health Behavior Aspect

Annex 5 Example of health behavior survey for surveillance and prevention of schistosomiasis in dam project

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