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20 June 2017

WSSCC member Neha Basnet recently took part in WSSCC’s Menstrual Hygiene Management training in Nepal.  She shares her insights and recommendations

16 June 2017

The session drew attention to sustainable hygiene and health solutions, highlighting policy advances and often-neglected areas of sanitation

14 June 2017

Meet Freddy the Fly, a video illustrating a community’s journey to open defecation free status – from the fly’s perspective!

8 June 2017

Find out how Josephat Geteya Onchari was triggered to become a key WASH champion for Kenya.

6 June 2017

Meet some local government champions in Uganda who are critical to the GSF-supported programme’s success.

2 June 2017

Celebrations led by our partners around the world had great effect on MHM Day

31 May 2017

Nupur shares her journey from the fear and isolation of first menses to becoming an MHM champion

28 May 2017

In order to truly break the silence let’s ensure that periods are no longer considered as shameful

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Health and Hygiene across the Life Course: World Health Assembly 2017 side session report

Equality

During the World Health Assembly 2017, the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), SCA, Government of Kenya and WaterAid came together to share approaches to ensure good hygiene and health practices and to raise standards across the life course, from childhood to adolescence, from motherhood to menopause, to old age and responding to disabilities. The session took place in the morning on 24 May 2017 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva, and was attended by more than 40 international delegates from UN agencies, private sector, member states, NGOs and academia.
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UPLOADED 16 June 2017
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Freddy the Grumpy Fly, a poem to Promote Open Defecation Free Living

Global Sanitation Fund

A poem, illustrating the behaviour change journey of reaching open defecation free(ODF) status, but from the perspective of a grumpy, shit-eating flyUn poème illustrant le changement de comportement et le passage à un statut de fin de défécation à l’air libre (FDAL), mais du point de vue d'une mouche grincheuse qui adore manger le caca.
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UPLOADED 14 June 2017
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Cambodia Rural Sanitation & Hygiene Improvement Programme (CRSHIP): Retrospective review of phase 1 of CRSHIP

Global Sanitation Fund

Summary version: After reviewing over 35 CRSHIP1-related documents and conducting 11 key informant interviews, the following report summarizes the critical challenges, lessons learned, and output/implications for CRSHIP2.Full version: After reviewing over 35 CRSHIP1-related documents and conducting 11 key informant interviews, the following report summarizes the critical challenges, lessons learned, and output/implications for CRSHIP2.
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UPLOADED 23 May 2017
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Health and Hygiene across the Life Course: World Health Assembly 2017 side session report

Equality

Report on the side session at the 2017 World Health Assembly organized by WSSCC, SCA,  the Government of Kenya and WaterAid, to raise awareness about health and hygiene standards in situations across the life course.  

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Freddy the Grumpy Fly, a poem to Promote Open Defecation Free Living

Global Sanitation Fund

Patrick England’s poem intends to graphically show the negative impact of the global sanitation and hygiene crisis, and what some of the solutions are.

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Cambodia Rural Sanitation & Hygiene Improvement Programme (CRSHIP): Retrospective review

Global Sanitation Fund

After reviewing over 35 CRSHIP1-related documents and conducting 11 key informant interviews, the following report summarizes the critical challenges, lessons learned, and output/implications for CRSHIP2.

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5 things you should learn from implementing a rural sanitation project in Cambodia

Global Sanitation Fund

Key learning and lessons from a review of the GSF-supported Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Programme (CRSHIP).