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28 April 2017

The event will discuss approaches to ensure good hygiene and health practices across the different stages of life

26 April 2017

Global Citizen continues its work as a watchdog, releasing an accountability update on WASH commitments

25 April 2017

The 2017 SWA partnerships’ High-level Meetings in Washington highlighted the urgency to invest in WASH

24 April 2017

Countries are not increasing spending fast enough to meet the water and sanitation targets under the SDGs says the 2017 GLAAS report

21 April 2017

The GSF supports partners to address the global sanitation and hygiene crisis, so that everyone can enjoy healthy and productive lives.

20 April 2017

For SWA’s HLMs 2017 Chris Williams argues that governments should be investing in disease prevention

13 April 2017

The dangers of open defecation are explained in the campaign, with messages delivered by local celebrities

11 April 2017

Obanliku Local Government Area (LGA) in Cross River State, Nigeria is the first of the 774 LGAs in the country to achieve open defecation free (ODF) status

Resources

Guidelines on Gender Issues in Sanitation- Government of India

Equality

The following guidelines on Gender Issues in Sanitation have been issued by the Government of India.
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UPLOADED 20 April 2017
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CSW61 Side Event Briefing Note: Women’s Access to Sanitation and Hygiene in Informal Sector

Equality

Briefing note for the side event at CSW61 in New York on Women’s Access to Sanitation and Hygiene in the Informal Sector. Includes experiences of active women in West and Central Africa with findings from Cameroon, Niger and Senegal.
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UPLOADED 13 April 2017
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WSSCC Fact Sheets April 2017

WSSCC General

WSSCC's current work in Health is outlined in this one-pager (April 2017)A one pager profile on the work of WSSCC: The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is a global, multi-stakeholder membership and partnership organization that works with poor people, their organizations, governments, and small-scale entrepreneurs to improve sanitation and hygiene at scale. Founded in 1990, the Council maintains a membership of over 4,000 water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) professionals from over 80 countries. The United Nations Office of Project Services (UNOPS) is the legal and administrative host of WSSCC.WSSCC's current work in Education is outlined in this one-pager (April 2017)
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UPLOADED 12 April 2017
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Resources

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Guidelines on Gender Issues in Sanitation- Government of India

Equality

The following guidelines on Gender Issues in Sanitation have been issued by the Government of India.

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CSW61 Side Event Briefing Note: Women’s Access to Sanitation and Hygiene in the Informal Sector

Equality

Briefing note for the side event at CSW61 in New York on Women’s Access to Sanitation and Hygiene in the Informal Sector.

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At -a-glance information on WSSCC activity in Health and Education

WSSCC General

A one pager profile on the work of WSSCC, plus at-a-glance information on WSSCC’s current activity in Health and Education.

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WSSCC's Global Sanitation Fund (factsheet)

Global Sanitation Fund

In this two-page factsheet, learn more about the Global Sanitation Fund’s (GSF) focus areas, themes, key results, supported countries and contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals.