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WSSCC is committed to making sanitation in Africa a success: With over 1,000 members, the continent is the beating heart of WSSCC.

Working across four regions, the programme is managed by AGETIP, a private non-profit entity established in Senegal.

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

Studies reveal that women and girls lack access to clean water, private spaces for managing their menstruation, and functioning toilets.

A series of internal and external events marked the implementation of the Joint Programme in the last quarter of 2014.

Updates from the Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation #2 – August 2014  

WSSCC and UN Women began active implementation of their new partnership in Senegal from 13 to 15 June 2014.

Updates from the Joint Programme on “Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation”, May 2014.

Diabou and her 10-year-old child used to have diarrhea, but after a triggering session she spoke to her husband about getting a toilet of their own.

On the margins of International Women’s Day commemoration, UN Women and WSSCC have formed an official partnership.

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