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5 things you should learn from implementing a rural sanitation project in Cambodia

Global Sanitation Fund
The Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Programme (CRSHIP), supported by the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF), works to increase sustained access to improved sanitation and promote good hygiene practices in rural communities. Plan International USA reviewed the programming experience within the Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Program and developed this synthesis of insights, based on an array of programme and performance-related reports released during the first three years of the programme. This review is designed to assist local advocacy efforts to bring Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) to scale and share emerging themes and lessons learned to date from programming experience of relevance to other implementing actors in the WASH sector.

28 May-Menstrual Hygiene Day Social Media Kit

Equality
Join us in celebrating Menstrual Hygiene Management Day on May 28! Please find the social media kit, with info graphics in French and English and photos to download here.FR versionFR versionFR versionFR version

For her : it's the big issue - putting women at the centre of water supply, sanitation and hygiene

Equality
This report is a collection of evidence, brief examples highlighting the effect and benefits of placing women at the core of planning, implementation and operations of Water Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) programmes. It is is organized around six Big Issues: Better services for all; Better health for all; Privacy and dignity; Women's health and well-being; Girls' school attendance; Women's status; and Income-generation. The experiences also show how women's empowerment and the improvement of water supply, sanitation facilities and hygiene practice are inextricably linked. One cannot be successfully achieved without the other. The report provides further proof that if women play a central role in water, sanitation and hygiene efforts, progress towards achieving all the Millennium Development Goals will be significantly advanced. The evidence comes from a variety of sources, some of it from recent literature, project reports and evaluations and some from personal correspondence with those involved, where changes are currently happening but not yet documented.

2017 World Health Assembly Side Event: Health and Hygiene across the Life Course

Equality
Join WSSCC, SCA and WaterAid at the WHO World Health Assembly for a morning side event on Health and Hygiene across the Life Course

UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) 2017 report

Collaboration
This GLAAS 2017 report is the fourth periodic report, and first thematic report, following on from earlier reports in 2010, 2012, and 2014. It presents an analysis of the most reliable and up-to-date data from 75 countries and 25 external support agencies (ESAs) on the issues related to WASH financing and other elements of the enabling environment, including plans, targets, data availability and measures to reach vulnerable populations.

Guidelines on Gender Issues in Sanitation- Government of India

Equality
The following guidelines on Gender Issues in Sanitation have been issued by the Government of India.

CSW61 Side Event: Women’s Access to Sanitation and Hygiene in the Informal Sector

Equality
On March 20th, 2017 the Permanent Missions of Niger and Singapore to the United Nations in New York hosted an event on the sidelines of the 61st Commission on the Status of Women. Co-organized by the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and UN Women, this event highlighted the daily sanitation and hygiene challenges faced by women and girls in the informal economy. Read the event report here.Briefing note for the side event at CSW61 in New York on Women’s Access to Sanitation and Hygiene in the Informal Sector. Includes experiences of active women in West and Central Africa with findings from Cameroon, Niger and Senegal.

WSSCC Fact Sheets

WSSCC General
A one pager profile on the work of WSSCC, plus at-a-glance information on WSSCC's current activity in Health and Education
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