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23 January 2018

Le ressortissant néerlandais, qui possède une grande expérience de l’UNICEF, prendra ses fonctions le 1er mars 2018

23 January 2018

WSSCC welcomes Rolf Luyendijk, a Dutch national with extensive UNICEF experience, who will start 1 March 2018

22 January 2018

New study from WSSCC and 3ie’s Evidence Programme suggests best practice in measuring the impact of advocacy efforts

12 January 2018

WSSCC’s Virginia Kamowa, writes how menstruation is associated with one of the most pervasive stigmas that holds back gender equality

9 January 2018

Le Niger a accompli des progrès considérables en faveur de l’assainissement et de l’hygiène pour les femmes et les filles

8 January 2018

The Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation in Niger has made considerable progress in in promoting sanitation and hygiene for women and girls

5 January 2018

The Call for Nominations refers to Steering Committee seats for South Asia and Small Island Developing States

2 January 2018

Knowledge, inspiration and innovative solutions are shared in the WSSCC-funded Kenya programme through on-line real-time learning platforms

Resources

Information letter 11 – WSSCC/UN Women Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation

The final issue of the Information Letter of the WSSCC/UN Women Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation
UPLOADED 23 January 2018
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Lettre d’information n°11 du Programme Conjoint WSSCC/ONU Femmes

La dernière édition de la lettre d'information du Programme Conjoint WSSCC/ONU Femmes sur le Genre, l'Hygiène et l'Assainissement
UPLOADED 15 January 2018
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Evaluating advocacy: an exploration of evidence and tools to understand what works and why – WSSCC/3ie

As part of WSSCC and 3ie's Evidence Programme for Sanitation and Hygiene, this working paper adds to the growing study and practice of advocacy evaluation by examining the challenges associated with evaluating advocacy initiatives. The authors identify factors associated with successful advocacy interventions that have been measured using rigorous impact evaluations. This paper summarises them in a toolkit section and highlights that evaluating advocacy actions requires a combination of methods, and that any single method is too limited to evaluate the dynamic and multi-level, multi-actor nature of advocacy initiatives.
UPLOADED 11 January 2018
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Resources

Information letter 11 – WSSCC/UN Women Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation

JULY-DECEMBER 2017 INFORMATION LETTER Nº. 11 of the WSSCC/UN Women Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation

Lettre d'information n°11 du Programme Conjoint WSSCC/ONU Femmes

LETTRE D’INFORMATION Nº. 11, JUILLET-DECEMBRE 2017 du Programme Conjoint WSSCC/ONU Femmes Genre, Hygiène et Assainissement

Evaluating advocacy: an exploration of evidence and tools to understand what works and why - WSSCC/3

As part of WSSCC and 3ie’s Evidence Programme for Sanitation and Hygiene, this working paper adds to the growing study and practice of advocacy evaluation by examining the challenges associated with evaluating advocacy initiatives. The authors identify factors associated with successful advocacy interventions that have been measured using rigorous impact evaluations. This paper summarises them […]

WSSCC Steering Committee Elections January 2018 - Supporting Information

WSSCC General

WSSCC has launched a Call for Nominations from its members for open seats on its Steering Committee.  The open seats are for the South Asia and Small Island Developing States regions.  The Call  is open for 20 days, commencing Monday 8th January 2018.  Voting will begin on February 8th. Please find detailed information in the documents […]