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Today, WSSCC announced that Amina J. Mohammed, Environment Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, will serve as its new Chair.
Today, WSSCC announced that Amina J. Mohammed, Environment Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, will serve as its new Chair.Find out more
WSSCC believes that that every person, everywhere, has a right to quality sanitation and hygiene. Watch this new video to learn all about our work.
WSSCC believes that that every person, everywhere, has a right to quality sanitation and hygiene. Watch this new video to learn all about our work.Watch the video
A new video, produced in support of WSSCC‘s joint research partnership with the SHARE Research Consortium, shows the devastating impact of India’s sanitation crisis on women and girls.
A new video, produced in support of WSSCC‘s joint research partnership with the SHARE Research Consortium, shows the devastating impact of India’s sanitation crisis on women and girls.Watch the video
A new video of a community-led total sanitation ‘triggering’ in Madagascar shows how a community takes action to end open defecation.
A new video of a community-led total sanitation ‘triggering’ in Madagascar shows how a community takes action to end open defecation.Watch the video
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Sessions addressed key issues and provided recommendations for action required to achieve universal and equitable access to WASH.
WSSCC looks forward to meeting partners and friends during the events at the forthcoming World Water Week.
The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) acknowledges the recent media coverage around Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) questioning DAPP’s organizational and management practices. DAPP is a non-profit organization working on sanitation activities related to WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund (GSF)-supported programme in Malawi. DAPP is a Sub-grantee of the designated GSF Executing […]
The regional consultations held in June across India discussed forward planning to accelerate progress under the Swachh Bharat Mission.
The first national six-day training of trainers was organised in collaboration with the Kenyan Ministry of Health and UNICEF.
WSSCC’s strategy consultation in Pakistan will help guide WSSCC as it develops its new global strategy and increases engagement in the country.
On the ground and in communities, Sub-grantees are the lifeblood of Global Sanitation Fund (GSF)-supported country programmes.
Maria Mutagamba, Retired Honorable Minister of Water & Environment, is referred to as “Mama WASH Africa” due to her passion for WASH work in Africa.
The event provided an opportunity for detailed exchange and learning on scaling up and sustaining improved sanitation and hygiene.
Amina Mohammed highlighted key issues & questions on the Nigerian Sanitation Agenda and how it would need to be focused with a need for cohesion.
Please explore the below press releases, which detail the latest and most important WSSCC and WASH-industry news for download.
The three-day event in Dakar highlights the need to explicitly include MHM in government strategies.
UN Women and WSSCC are holding a five day workshop to train key stakeholders on MHM in Cameroon.
In the run-up to the International Conference on Financing for Development, the head of UNDESA has said that “concrete deliverables” will be the key outcome of the event.
A new report shows that the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) has supported governments and hundreds of their national partners in 13 countries, stretching from Cambodia to Senegal, to enable 7 million people in more than 20,500 communities to end open defecation. These results are published in the GSF’s latest Progress Report, which highlights cumulative results […]
A Declaration on Sanitation and Hygiene was launched for World Earth Day. Launched by the Global Poverty Project, an anti-poverty youth advocacy group. The declaration was signed by 44 influential women from global leadership, media, and powerful organizations around the world. The declaration calls on politicians and decision-makers in the health sector to recognize the […]
Today, WSSCC and UN Women revealed that women and girls in Central and West Africa lack access to clean water, private spaces for managing their menstruation, and clean, functioning toilet facilities.
A new Global Sanitation Fund-supported programme was launched in Kenya on 9 February 2015. AMREF Kenya, the Executing Agency will manage the $5 million contract. The Kenya Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Programme (K-SHIP) is a five year programme aiming to reach 1.92 million Kenyans. The GSF-supported programme targets communities living in 11 sub-counties in the West and South […]
Lancé en Mars 2014, le programme conjoint Genre, Hygiène et Assainissement démarre par une réunion de planification qui permettra d’élaborer une stratégie pour le Niger afin que les politiques publiques prennent en compte les besoins des femmes et des filles en matière d’hygiène et d’assainissement.
SCA and WSSCC have today entered into an innovative new partnership to break the silence around menstruation for women and girls around the world.
7 journalists were named today as winners of the “2014 WASH Media Awards” competition for their excellence in reporting on WASH-related issues.