WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund has supported 13 countries to enable 15 million people to end open defecation
In the second of a seven-part series for WASH practitioners, we explore the nuances of slippage and its impact on communities.
The mission was to collect data to make proposals for a better integration of MHM into sanitation projects.
The theme of the annual advocacy event was to make handwashing a habit.
Join WSSCC and its partners this year in celebrating Global Handwashing Day on October 15th.
“We must speed up the pace and work together to achieve our goals, which are the same as the SDGs,” said Minister Ravatomanga at the workshop.
The Malawi national consultation workshop was the first in a series of 16 national consultations.
A new report shows that GSF-supported programmes have enabled close to 11 million people to end open defecation.
Concern Universal, WSSCC’s implementing partner in Nigeria, and Carex, successfully concluded a massive Global Handwashing Day campaign on 15 October with music, dancing and important message: handwashing saves lives. The celebrations were the culmination of a month-long campaign that reached 45,000 children across Nigeria and the United Kingdom, approximately 500,000 people worldwide via social media, […]
Global Handwashing Day is the centerpiece of a week of activities that mobilize millions of people worldwide to wash their hands with soap. First launched by the Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing on 15 October 2008, Global Handwashing Day is now an annual event designed to raise awareness and foster the practice of handwashing with […]
Handwashing with soap is a global ‘do-it-yourself vaccine’ and one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to prevent diarrheal diseases and pneumonia, which together are responsible for the majority of child deaths. On October 2015, WSSCC and its partners worldwide will celebrate Global Handwashing Day to increase awareness and understanding about the importance of handwashing with soap as […]