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Rapport d’avancement du Togo – Fonds Mondial Pour L’Assainissement

Global Sanitation Fund
Le programme du GSF au Togo soutient le movement national visant à éliminer la pratique de la défécation à l’air libre (FDAL) d’ici à 2018 (Togo SANDAL). Le programme a pour vocation d’accroître l’utilisation des latrines et d’encourager l’adoption de bonnes pratiques d’hygiène chez les populations rurales dans les régions des Savanes et de la Kara, ainsi que dans cinq districts de la région des Plateaux. Le programme vise particulièrement à aider 1,5 million de personnes à vivre dans des communautés exemptes de défécation à l’air libre, ainsi qu’à permettre à 1,2 million d’individus d’avoir accès à des toilettes améliorées et à 911 000 autres de se laver les mains.

WSSCC – Celebrating 25 years of putting people at the centre

Collaboration
2015 marks not only the year of transition from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but also the 25th anniversary of WSSCC. The aim of this brochure is to share reflections on what WSSCC means to a cross section of our community. In addition to our members, and many partner organizations, the WSSCC community includes National Coordinators, Global Sanitation Fund programme managers, a democratically elected Steering Committee, and bi-lateral donor partners. Through their testimonials, you will discover what is at the core of WSSCC and feel the spirit of our global movement to improve sanitation and hygiene for everyone.

Fonds Mondial Pour L’Assainissement – Rapport d’Avancement 2014

Global Sanitation Fund
En 2014, le Fonds Mondial Pour L’Assainissement (GSF) a soutenu des actions nationales dans 13 pays visant à étendre l’accès à des installations sanitaires améliorées et à encourager l’adoption de comportements hygiéniques. Au cours de l’année, ses programmes ont permis d’augmenter considérablement le nombre de personnes vivant dans des zones exemptes de défécation à l’air libre, et d’intensifier la pratique du lavage des mains et l’utilisation de toilettes améliorées.

The Evidence Programme on Sanitation and Hygiene

Collaboration
The Evidence Programme on Sanitation and Hygiene (EPSH) stems from a strategic partnership between WSSCC and the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie). Formed in 2014, this partnership features two equally committed parties with vast expertise. As a global membership organization WSSCC embodies the values of collective spirit and solidarity, encouraging collaboration across the board while exercising leadership and bringing diverse voices together as one. By funding rigorous impact evaluations and systematic reviews and by making evidence accessible and useful to policymakers and practitioners, 3ie and WSSCC are helping to improve the lives of people living in poverty.

Raising Demand for Sanitation and Hygiene Services – Thematic discussion hosted by WSSCC and the Sus...

Collaboration
WSSCC and the global Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) have jointly convened a 3-week thematic discussion on engaging the local private sector in sanitation and hygiene. Split into three inter-linked and sequenced sub-themes that explore links between research and practice, the discussion focuses on how and under what circumstances local private sector engagement can ensure sustained health and WASH outcomes. Week 1 (26 Oct - 3 Nov 2015) focused on working with the private sector to raise demand through sanitation marketing and financing options including access to household credit, financing for local entrepreneurs or via other means.

Sanitation, Stress, and Life Stage: A Systematic Data Collection Study among Women in Odisha, India

Equality
Emerging evidence demonstrates how inadequate access to water and sanitation is linked to psychosocial stress, especially among women, forcing them to navigate social and physical barriers during their daily sanitation routines. This study examines sanitation-related psychosocial stress (SRPS) across women’s reproductive lives in three distinct geographic sites (urban slums, rural villages, and rural tribal villages) in Odisha, India. It explores daily sanitation practices of adolescent, newly married, pregnant, and established adult women and identified stressors encountered during sanitation.

Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in health care facilities – Joint action for universal access a...

Collaboration
Despite the fundamental need of WASH for quality health service delivery, access to WASH in healthcare facilities is alarmingly poor. A 2015 WHO/UNICEF global report reveals that 38% of health care facilities have no source of water. To address these challenges, WHO, UNICEF and partners, including WaterAid, committed at a global meeting in March 2015 to immediately address the situation with the aim to ensure that all health care facilities in all settings have adequate water, sanitation and hygiene services by 2030.A global action plan with five change objectives, has been developed. In the first phase of this work, four task teams (comprised of health and WASH specialists) are working to address the change objectives and product tangible deliverables. Task teams include: Advocacy, Action and Leadership; Monitoring; Evidence and Operational Research; and Policies, Standards and Facility-based Improvements.

N'oublions personne

Equality
L’Asie du Sud s’est engagée à éliminer la défécation à l’air libre d’ici à 2020 et à rendre l’assainissement universel d’ici à 2030. Ces objectifs sont impossibles à atteindre sans une réorientation des programmes et des approches afin de mettre en avant ceux qui sont généralement exclus. Ce rapport résume les espoirs et les aspirations des individus et des groupes qui sont souvent présents, mais semblent se fondre dans le décor, ceux qui sont à peine visibles, ceux qui s’expriment, décident ou signent rarement. Ce sont eux qui continuent silencieusement à déféquer à l’air libre, à utiliser des toilettes sales et dangereuses ou qui n’ont pas la possibilité de se laver les mains au savon ni de gérer leurs menstruations avec confiance, dignité et fierté chaque jour. Plus de 2700 membres de la communauté ont participé à ces consultations. Parmi eux se trouvaient des hommes et des femmes des zones rurales, périurbaines, tribales, des bidonvilles ainsi que des intouchables et d’autres sous-groupes, tous provenant principalement de milieux socio-économiques défavorisés.
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