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21 July 2017

WSSCC will be presenting papers on equality, real-time learning and best practice at the 40th WEDC Conference

19 July 2017

The Netherland’s Senior Policy Officer for WASH raises important issues surrounding MHM

14 July 2017

The GSF-supported UMATA programme is championing behaviour change at national level to drive Tanzania’s sanitation campaign

14 July 2017

Drawing your attention to the programmes’ documentation on sanitation behaviour practices in Senegal

13 July 2017

The JMP SDG baseline findings set a clear agenda on the work to be done towards the shared vision of WASH for All

10 July 2017

The simple message is … Stop Feeding Freddy! Freddy explains the oral-faecal link, encouraging people to live open defecation free

7 July 2017

The GSF-supported Senegal programme uses its sanitation and hygiene focus to improve the living conditions and health of disadvantaged communities

4 July 2017

Ensuring that the sanitation challenges for women are outlined to wide audiences

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Global Sanitation Fund Progress Report 2016

Global Sanitation Fund

The 2016 GSF Progress Report provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of GSF’s activities and performance in 2016, as well as over the period of WSSCC’s 2012-2016 Medium-Term Strategic Plan. The latest information on GSF’s structure and concepts at the date of publication is also provided. Since GSF was established, over $117 million has been committed for 13 country programmes. These commitments, and the work of thousands of partners and champions, have enabled 15.2 million people to live in open defecation free environments; 12.8 million to gain access to improved toilets; and 20 million to gain access to handwashing facilities. In 2016, the Sustainable Development Goals came into force, and the GSF network of over 120,000 stakeholders actively worked to ensure it was well-equipped for the new era.Le Rapport d’avancement du GSF donne une vue d’ensemble globale des activités menées par le GSF en 2016 et pendant la période couverte par le Plan stratégique à moyen terme 2012-2016 du WSSCC, et analyse ses performances sur ces années. Elle comprend également les informations les plus récentes quant à la structure du GSF et aux concepts utiles à la date de la publication du présent rapport, puisque celles-ci se rapportent aux travaux du GSF en 2016. Depuis la création du GSF, plus de 117 millions de dollars ont été affectés à 13 programmes de pays. Ces engagements financiers et le travail de nos milliers de partenaires et de champions ont permis au GSF d’engranger des résultats probants. 15,2 millions de personnes peuvent vivre dans un environnement exempt de défécation à l’air libre. De plus, 12,8 millions de personnes ont accès à des toilettes améliorées et 20 millions de personnes ont accès à des installations pour se laver les mains. 2016 a été marqué par l’adoption des objectifs de développement durable, et le réseau du GSF s’est employé à faire en sorte de disposer des capacités requises dans ce nouveau contexte.
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UPLOADED 28 June 2017
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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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Global Sanitation Fund Progress Report 2016

Global Sanitation Fund

The 2016 GSF Progress Report provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of the Fund’s activities and performance in 2016.

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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

If you would like to translate the Freddy the Fly poem into your local language for use in schools and communities, please find it here in English.

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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.