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9 November 2010

On 1 June the Nepal WASH Coalition began a collaboration with the Federation of Nepalese Journalists (FNJ) for “Sanitation Promotion and Media Advocacy” to inform, promote and advocate about sanitation issues nationally and locally.

9 November 2010

For the first time in its history, the Republic of Madagascar now has a ministry responsible for drinking water, integrated water resources management and sanitation issues.

9 November 2010

WSSCC has new representatives on its governing body, the Steering Committee. Mr. Peter Cookey of Earth Watch Nigeria, and Mr. Edgar Quiroga of the University of Valle, Colombia, will represent Anglophone Africa and Latin America, respectively, beginning with next month’s meeting in Geneva.

9 November 2010

Ukrainian Environmental NGO Mama – 86 together with the Water Information Centre in Kiev celebrated World Toilet Day on 19 November by organising information and communication activities.

9 November 2010

Success Stories from the Inaugural Global Handwashing Day!

9 November 2010

From 17 to 23 November, the ‘My Dignity, My Health, My Life’ campaign took place in the context of the International Year of Sanitation (IYS) and the World Toilet Day.

9 November 2010

The WSSCC Secretariat’s Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) department welcomed a new Programme Officer, Hakim Hadjel, who is a French and Algerian national.

9 November 2010

A bevy of conferences, workshops and special events since September kept sanitation and hygiene in the spotlight — and WSSCC members and Secretariat staff on the move.

9 November 2010

The holiday season is here, and we, as WSSCC members, have much to celebrate.

9 November 2010

In order to strengthen grassroots advocacy, Tearfund and its local partner AEL organize regular workshops in communities in Liberia. The workshops target local authorities, youth, church- and community-based organizations (CBOs). One such workshop carried out in Tappita Statutory District Nimba County, Liberia, brought about change in one man’s life. Chester, a strong youth leader who in the past was involved in advocating for development projects in his community, had an encounter a couple of years ago that left him demoralized and no longer willing to carry out advocacy.

9 November 2010

As a global language, English is useful, but to reach people locally, you have to speak with their tongue. For that reason, the National WASH Coalition in Nigeria, the National Task Group on Sanitation (NTGS), held a four-day advocacy materials translation workshop from 20 to 25 April in Jos, Nigeria, with WSSCC support.

9 November 2010

The newest National WASH Coalition was officially launched in Cameroon on 5 May by His Excellency the Head of Government Inoni Ephraim at a ceremony that was also attended by WSSCC Executive Director Jon Lane.

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