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The mission was to collect data to make proposals for a better integration of MHM into sanitation projects.

Highlighting the main points and events since the second half of the year (July to December 2016), this information letter focuses on: Highlighting strengths and weaknesses of sanitation programmes in Senegal, including sanitation expert findings, international norms and standards, concrete steps on how to improve MHM in refugee camps in Cameroon through observations within three […]

After two years of implementation, the Joint Programme has contributed to filling knowledge gaps on sanitation and hygiene for women and girls living in West and Central Africa.

Highlighting the main points and events since the beginning of this year (1 January), this information letter focuses on: responding to the situation of refugee women and girls in Cameroon and providing some recommendations; the Joint Programme featured at the 60th meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women through a side event on […]

The event in Dakar highlights the need to include MHM in government strategies.

WSSCC and its partners actively promoted MHM at the Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen.

Researchers gathered discussed objectives and actions for an MHM pilot study.

On 18 March 2016, WSSCC and its partners participated in a CSW side event which addressed the role of WASH in women’s empowerment and sustainable development.  

WSSCC joined passionate gender activists, civil society organizations & UN entities at CSW in New York.

By Idrissa Sane Dismantling the prejudices that surround menstruation is a topic that concerns organizations such as UN Women and WSSCC, which recently organized a panel discussion on the issue. The speakers invited mothers to discuss the matter with their daughters. They also suggested developing persuasive arguments and offering training to teachers. Some believe that […]

Updates from the Joint Programme on “Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation”, June 2015.

Les menstruations et l’hygiène menstruelle apparaissent progressivement comme un élément central de l’égalité des sexes, des droits des femmes et du développement.

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