WSSCC staff and members will gather in New York next week to advance advocacy efforts for improved sanitation and hygiene at a series of high-level events:
During the week, our partner Global Citizen will turn New York into an arena of advocacy, with dozens of events and activations uniting Global Citizens to learn, take action, and see world leaders commit to deliver a world without extreme poverty by 2030.
As Global Citizen’s official WASH partner, WSSCC Executive Director Chris Williams will speak at an event Coming Clean for Child Health, to be held on 21 September at New York’s Tenement Museum. Dr Williams will address the links between sanitation and hygiene and preventive health services, such as vaccines, in ensuring dignity and health for all.
The week’s activity will culminate at the 2017 Global Citizen Festival in Central Park on Saturday 23rd, where WSSCC will support onstage WASH commitments by world leaders.
Chris Williams will champion sanitation and hygiene at thematic sessions of the World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Impact Summit on the 18th and 19th, joining partners to discuss how innovation and technology can be harnessed to ensure sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
Archana Paktar, WSSCC’s Policy Advocacy Programme Manager and Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) expert, will participate in the Guardian roundtable on Gender and Equality, sponsored by Opportunity International. The discussion takes place on 21 September on the theme Educating Girls: the first step to empowering women.
Chris Williams, Archana Patkar and Unjela Kaleem, Head of External Affairs, Stakeholder Engagement, Communications and Country Support will attend selected events at the United Nations General Assembly.
WSSCC and its partner the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) are pleased to announce the publication of a new brief, Using a life-cycle approach to target WASH policies and programmes, and a short video. The new is based on a systematic review that looked at how the life-cycle approach is incorporated into WASH programmes and policies. […]
Handwashing with soap is an amazing tool to defeat diarrheal diseases, reduce newborn and child mortality, and much more.
In keeping with the SDG principle of LNOB, WSSCC developed an MHM tool kit that can be used by women and girls with visual and hearing impairments.
WSSCC facilitated a MHM training for Tanzanian Members of Parliament (MP) from the 10th to 11th of February 2018, in Dodoma, Tanzania.