The first ever Global Citizen Festival in India took place in Mumbai with an unprecedented gathering of 80,000 citizens from India.
To support and accelerate India’s Swachh Bharat Mission for a clean India for all.
Like India, a disproportionate number of Nigerians – over 110 million – have little or no access to improved sanitation.
What better way to promote the economy than to emphasize inclusive growth through sanitation for all?
The Sanitation Action Summit in Mumbai aims to foster dialogue on sanitation for vulnerable groups in India.
The Sanitation Action Summit in Mumbai aims to mobilize partners to open the dialogue on sanitation for vulnerable groups in India.
The reports cover the sanitation needs of vulnerable groups in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
At SACOSAN 6, WSSCC highlighted the plight of underserved groups, and their need for safe and satisfactory WASH.
Dhaka, Bangladesh – 11 January 2016 – Today, the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and the Freshwater Action Network South Asia (FANSA) are releasing a new report titled “Leave No One Behind: Voices of Women, Adolescent Girls, Elderly, Persons with Disabilities and Sanitation Workforce.” (Click to download report) The ground-breaking report highlights the […]
The Global Citizen Festival in Central Park brought the call against poverty and injustice to a massive show of youth support.