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28 March 2015

Cette semaine, le Ministère de l’Eau, de l’Assainissement et de l’Hygiène a accueilli  le Comité Directeur ou « Steering Committee » de WSSCC (Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council) dont les membres sont composés de donateurs et d’experts en assainissement. WSSCC, une organisation basée à Genève, fait partie de l’Organisation des Nations Unies et vise à améliorer l’accès à l’eau et à l’assainissement des 2,5 milliards de personnes sans assainissement et des 783 millions de personnes sans eau potable dans le monde. Madagascar figure parmi les premiers pays à bénéficier des fonds venant du Fonds Mondial pour l’Assainissement ou « Global Sanitation Fund » (GSF) qui est un mécanisme de financement créé par WSSCC. Le programme de GSF à Madagascar est appelé Fonds d’Appui pour l’Assainissement (FAA). 


28 March 2015

This week, the Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene of the Government of Madagascar welcomed the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) Steering Committee, which includes international donors and sanitation experts. WSSCC is a Geneva-based United Nations body that aims at improving access to water and sanitation for the world’s 2.5 billion people who lack access to sanitation and 748 million people who cannot enjoy drinking water. Madagascar is one of the main recipient countries of financing from the Global Sanitation Fund, which is WSSCC’s funding mechanism. The GSF programme in Madagascar is called “Fonds d’Appui pour l’Assainissement (FAA)”

25 March 2015

WSSCC’s Steering Committee meeting in Madagascar coincides with political drive to end open defecation.

15 March 2015

The three studies provide critical information about menstrual hygiene management knowledge & practices in Senegal and Cameroon.

13 March 2015

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

10 March 2015

On Friday, March 13, the Permanent Missions of Singapore and Senegal to the United Nations will host a discussion on the links between gender equality and the WASH sector, to articulate the need for health, education, water, and sanitation services as a prerequisite to economic progress for women and girls, societies, and economies.

9 March 2015

The three studies provide critical information about menstrual hygiene management knowledge & practices in Senegal and Cameroon.

3 March 2015

The 6th National Hygiene and Environmental Health experience sharing forum was conducted from 26-28 February 2015 in Dire Dawa on the theme promoting Sanitary, Safe and Green living and working environment in Ethiopia. Close to 200 participants coming from the different regions and representatives of different development partners operating in the nations participated in the three day event and deliberated on the various issues and challenges related to the promotion of hygiene and environmental sanitation across the nation.

23 February 2015

Ferocious floods that have hit fifteen of Malawi’s twenty eight districts have destroyed thousands of latrines in Phalombe and Chikhwawa, where Global Sanitation Fund-supported projects are being implemented – certainly a call for innovative programming to respond to the impact of the calamity that threatens to erode the sanitation and hygiene gains registered in the two districts so far.

20 February 2015

Why should water, sanitation and hygiene be priorities in the Post-2015 development agenda?

15 February 2015

The WSSCC visit was dedicated to reinforcing the country’s top-level political commitment to a new “National Road Map” for WASH.

14 February 2015

The seminar, “Hygiene Matters 2014” focused on the findings of a recent survey conducted in seven Chinese cities.

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