Takeo ESWG has applied for a small grant to conduct a grassroots led inquiry into the implementation of school health policy. The three objectives of this research are 1) to find out the outcomes of the implementation of the minimum requirement guidelines on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in schools in order to track the progress of the practical implementation 2) to compile research documents to disseminate to educational institutions, civil society organisations, relevant authorities, communities, parents, and development partners. 3) to give recommendations, contribute to the improvement and implementation of the minimum requirement guidelines on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene effectively from all stakeholders. The team used a qualitative approach by conducting group and individual interviews with a total of 521 participants. After revising the minimum requirement guidelines on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in schools, four points the team re selected as indicators to conduct the assessment: (1) the provision of essential health care services to students and educators in all educational institutions; (2) Providing health education and focusing on communication leading to behavioural change, which is the most important element in providing information, knowledge, skills, behavioural changes, responsibilities to become healthy and safe. (3) Improving the study environment and physical health resources according to the actualsituation, circumstances, geographical location, to ensure the efficiency and quality of education. (4) Opening to the participation of ministries, institutions, all development partners and the civil society of WASH. It is necessary to make schools, communities, and other public places hygienic, aesthetic, safe and comfortable.