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WSSCC – Plan Stratégique à Moyen Terme 2012-2016

WSSCC General
Le Conseil de Concertation pour l’Approvisionnement en Eau et l’Assainissement (WSSCC), fort de ses valeurs, de vingt ans de prestations, de l’engagement de ses membres, donateurs, responsables et collaborateurs, et de sa position au sein de la famille des Nations Unies, est bien placé pour contribuer à la réalisation de l’assainissement et de l’hygiène pour tous. Le présent plan stratégique à moyen terme (MTSP) décrit la manière dont l’objectif et la vision du WSSCC vont guider sa stratégie dans les cinq années à venir. Il esquisse l’impact et les résultats visés par l’organisation et la manière dont ces résultats seront atteints et suivis. Il présente les budgets indicatifs requis pour y parvenir. Il commence par un résumé d’orientation à l’intention de ceux qui sont trop occupés pour lire le document tout entier.

WSSCC Governance Document

WSSCC General
WSSCC is a membership organization and it relies on its diverse and actively-engaged membership both to direct and to provide credibility for its work. A people-centered approach is the foundation upon which WSSCC is built and this is reflected in its organizational structure at the highest level, the Steering Committee. The WSSCC Governance Document describes the various processes and procedures of WSSCC's Steering Committee and membership, as well as duties of each governance body. This document is formally approved by the WSSCC Steering Committee.

Global Sanitation Fund Progress Report - August 2011

Global Sanitation Fund
The Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) has committed $37.6 million to ensure that 11 million people have improved sanitation over the next five years. 15 million people will improve their lives by living in a cleaner, healthier and safer environment. This report is the first prototype in a series of periodic updates about the Global Sanitation Fund and gives a quantitative and qualititative picture of implementation to date.

Good Dignity Practices for Gross Domestic Product - Campaign materials

Collaboration
Worldwide, more than one in three people lack access to a safe, hygienic toilet. This simple fact costs people their health, countries their GDP and billions their dignity. But there is a solution; we call it: GDP for GDP – Good Dignity Practices for Gross Domestic Product. Gross Domestic Product or GDP is an international term, widely understood by those in government, NGOs, CSOs and the private sector. GDP is motivating at all levels. For governments, it is the way they are measured. For the private sector, it is the background against which they function. To increase GDP is a sign of progress and stature. Any actions taken to improve sanitation and hygiene – from building a toilet to teaching children to wash their hands with soap – are Good Dignity Practices. These bring economic benefits and improve dignity. If you would like to receive further information on the GDP for GDP campaign, please get in touch with us via wsscc@wsscc.org.Campaign guidelinesGDP for GDP brochure: Don't waste a good investmentGDP for GDP poster: Invest in wasteGDP for GDP poster: Will you help turn shit into gold?GDP for GDP at a glance: Help turn shit into goldGDP for GDP PowerPoint presentation - Key messages

WSSCC Rapport Annuel 2010

WSSCC General
Le WSSCC a fêté son vingtième anniversaire en 2010, une des années les plus productives. Le WSSCC, à travers son Fonds mondial pour l’assainissement, est devenu un contributeur actif dans le domaine de l’assainissement dans quelquesuns des pays les plus pauvres du monde. De la même manière, le WSSCC communique avec assurance ses croyances et ses messages lors de forums mondiaux et régionaux. Il a atteint de nouveaux sommets grâce au nombre et à la qualité des produits de connaissances, à la collaboration, aux outils de communication et d’apprentissage, ainsi qu’aux réseaux de professionnels.

WSSCC Annual Report 2010

WSSCC General
2010 was WSSCC’s 20th year, and a very productive one at that. Through the Global Sanitation Fund, WSSCC became an active financier of sanitation in some of the world’s poorest countries. At the same time, the organization assertively voiced its beliefs and messages in global and regional fora. It reached new heights in the number and quality of knowledge products, collaborative relationships, communications and learning tools, and professional networking.

WSSCC External Review 2005-2010 – Final Report

WSSCC General
This report describes the process and presents the findings of the External Review of WSSCC, which was carried out between April 2010 and January 2011. The review covers the period of 2005 to 2010. The review was conducted on behalf of the joint donors and funded by the Netherlands Government and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The first phase of the review in April 2010 was co-funded by the Norwegian government. The external review team consisted of three independent consultants.Annexes - WSSCC External Review 2005-2010Le présent rapport entend décrire le processus et présenter les résultats de la Révision externe du Conseil de concertation pour l’approvisionnement en eau et l’assainissement (WSSCC) menée entre avril 2010 et janvier 2011. La révision couvre la période allant de 2005 à 2010 et a été effectuée pour le compte des donateurs conjoints avec le financement du gouvernement des Pays-Bas et de la fondation Bill et Melinda Gates. La première phase de la révision, menée en avril 2010, a été cofinancée par le gouvernement de la Norvège. L’équipe chargée de la révision externe était composée de trois consultants indépendants.

Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation and Hygiene in South Asia – A Regional Synthesis Paper

Equality
There are two facets to the problem in South Asia, both of which are unacceptable. The first is a problem of scale: 716 million men, women, and children defecate in the open every day in South Asia, especially in rural areas: a veritable sanitation crisis that impairs progress in the region. Many districts in India, Nepal, and Pakistan fall in this category. The second, and in many ways more pernicious problem, particularly in South Asia, is one of exclusion, where different categories of people are not able to access and use safe sanitation facilities. These categories of people include those who are socially and economically marginalized or excluded, and those who cannot use standard designs. This catalytic working paper, including a bibliography, was developed for the Technical Session during the 4th South Asian Conference on Sanitation (SACOSAN IV) Reaching the Unserved: Equity and Inclusion in South Asia. It is intended for discussion leading to collaborative action.
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