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Webinar Invite: Interventions to promote handwashing and sanitation

Join the second in our 2017 series of webinars on October 24  for the launch of the recent WSSCC/3ie systematic review, Approaches to Promote Handwashing and Sanitation Behaviour Change in Low and Middle Income Countries

WSSCC Annual Report 2016

2016 was a year of delivery and transition for WSSCC, and a time to respond to new opportunities. It was the conclusion of WSSCC’s Medium-Term Strategic Plan (MTSP) 2012-2016, when the significant results from 2016 and the last five years were consolidated and the impacts were evaluated. The report shows the interconnectivity of WSSCC’s work on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 6.2 and other SDGs, especially those for health, education and reduction in inequalities. Direct national sanitation and hygiene delivery through the Global Sanitation Fund and policy advocacy aiming to ‘leave no one behind’ generated positive impacts for millions of people in 2016. These twin, inter-linked pillars of WSSCC’s work were given momentum by thousands of WSSCC partners, including National Coordinators and individual members, on-the-ground implementers, national governments where we work, donors and others.2016 a été une année de production et de transition pour le WSSCC, et un moment pour répondre à de nouvelles opportunités. C'était la conclusion du plan stratégique à moyen terme (MTSP) du WSSCC 2012-2016, lorsque les résultats significatifs de 2016 et les cinq dernières années ont été consolidés et les impacts ont été évalués. Le rapport montre l'interconnectivité du travail de WSSCC sur l'objectif de développement durable (SDG) cible 6.2 et d'autres SDG, en particulier ceux pour la santé, l'éducation et la réduction des inégalités

Scoping and Diagnosis of the Global Sanitation Fund’s Approach to EQND

Global Sanitation Fund
In 2016, WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) recruited an independent team of experts to undertake an in-depth two-part diagnosis of GSF’s approach to equality and non-discrimination (EQND). The first part of the diagnosis – an assessment comprising of visits to six countries (Ethiopia, Malawi, Nepal, Nigeria, Senegal and Togo) and a review of documentation across all GSF-supported programmes – was completed in 2017, resulting in this study. While confirming that many people who may be considered disadvantaged have benefitted positively from GSF-supported programmes, the study emphasizes that more proactive attention is needed to ensure no one is left behind. Several recommendations are offered to better integrate EQND throughout the components and stages of all GSF-supported programmes.Summarized version of the study, including the Executive Summary, selected case studies and GSF reflections.Cadrage et diagnostic de l’approche du Fonds mondial pour l’assainissement sur l’égalité et la non-discrimination: Résumé analytique, études de cas et réflexions.Annexes related to the study.

Information letter 10 – WSSCC/UN Women Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation

Information letter 10 of the WSSCC/UN Women Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation. It highlights the main points and events of the programme from January to June 2017. Featuring stories on Niger's progress in promoting sanitation and hygiene for women and girls, a special side session at the 61st meeting of the Commission on the Status Women (CSW61) in New York, hygiene and sanitation installations in two refugee camps in Cameroon, the results of the first of three action research studies on menstrual hygiene management among sedentary and nomadic populations in Niger and two recently adopted national strategies explicitly including MHM in Cameroon.

Side Event- Reaching Scale with Equity: Innovations and Early Learnings

The SDGs call on us to ‘leave no one behind’ - especially the most vulnerable. At Stockholm World Water Week, with USAID, WSSCC will present how good policies and proven practices can generate inclusive collective behaviour change in sanitation movements - at unprecedented scale

WSSCC Presentations and Papers at WEDC Conference 2017

Collaboration Learning
Key challenges of marginalized communities on sanitation and hygiene and recommendations to clean IndiaRapid action towards ODF in Saharanpur District in India: stunting, menstruation and other innovations in CLTSPaper:Rapid action towards ODF in Saharanpur District in India: stunting, menstruation and other innovations in CLTSReal Time Emergent Learning (RTEL): a promising approach for adaptive programmingThe influence of real time learning in WASH programmingScaling-up sanitation and hygiene promotion through grant-makingKey challenges of marginalized communities on sanitation and hygiene and recommendations to clean IndiaRapid Action Learning Unit: new Initiative to institutionalize learning under the National Sanitation Programme in IndiaUnderstanding, respecting and including people with mental health conditions as part of the CLTS process

Global Sanitation Fund Progress Report 2016

Global Sanitation Fund
The 2016 GSF Progress Report provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of GSF’s activities and performance in 2016, as well as over the period of WSSCC’s 2012-2016 Medium-Term Strategic Plan. The latest information on GSF’s structure and concepts at the date of publication is also provided. Since GSF was established, over $117 million has been committed for 13 country programmes. These commitments, and the work of thousands of partners and champions, have enabled 15.2 million people to live in open defecation free environments; 12.8 million to gain access to improved toilets; and 20 million to gain access to handwashing facilities. In 2016, the Sustainable Development Goals came into force, and the GSF network of over 120,000 stakeholders actively worked to ensure it was well-equipped for the new era.Le Rapport d’avancement du GSF donne une vue d’ensemble globale des activités menées par le GSF en 2016 et pendant la période couverte par le Plan stratégique à moyen terme 2012-2016 du WSSCC, et analyse ses performances sur ces années. Elle comprend également les informations les plus récentes quant à la structure du GSF et aux concepts utiles à la date de la publication du présent rapport, puisque celles-ci se rapportent aux travaux du GSF en 2016. Depuis la création du GSF, plus de 117 millions de dollars ont été affectés à 13 programmes de pays. Ces engagements financiers et le travail de nos milliers de partenaires et de champions ont permis au GSF d’engranger des résultats probants. 15,2 millions de personnes peuvent vivre dans un environnement exempt de défécation à l’air libre. De plus, 12,8 millions de personnes ont accès à des toilettes améliorées et 20 millions de personnes ont accès à des installations pour se laver les mains. 2016 a été marqué par l’adoption des objectifs de développement durable, et le réseau du GSF s’est employé à faire en sorte de disposer des capacités requises dans ce nouveau contexte.

Health and Hygiene across the Life Course: World Health Assembly 2017 side session report

Equality
During the World Health Assembly 2017, the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), SCA, Government of Kenya and WaterAid came together to share approaches to ensure good hygiene and health practices and to raise standards across the life course, from childhood to adolescence, from motherhood to menopause, to old age and responding to disabilities. The session took place in the morning on 24 May 2017 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva, and was attended by more than 40 international delegates from UN agencies, private sector, member states, NGOs and academia.
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