WSSCC and the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment (UN Women) are working with the governments of Senegal, Niger and Cameroon to strengthen policies in health, hygiene and sanitation for women and girls.
In terms of service access and use, significant inequalities remain between rural and urban areas, and for marginalized and excluded groups and the most vulnerable people.
Research, capacity development and political advocacy by WSSCC and UN Women are helping to improve economic and social living conditions.
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The Netherland’s Senior Policy Officer for WASH raises important issues surrounding MHM
Drawing your attention to the programmes’ documentation on sanitation behaviour practices in Senegal
Celebrations led by our partners around the world had great effect on MHM Day