Drawing your attention to the programmes’ documentation on sanitation behaviour practices in Senegal
The GSF works with schools and the broader education sector to achieve sustainable sanitation and hygiene for all
On International Women’s Day, Chris Williams writes that there is more to adding women to the workplace; they need an enabling space
The lack of adequate sanitation and waste systems presents a considerable challenge for sustainable waste management across Africa.
The mission was to collect data to make proposals for a better integration of MHM into sanitation projects.
The analysis provides recommendations on the methodology that the GSF can use to better track VfM aspects within supported programmes.
In June, July and August WSSCC reached out to its members and partners in 16 countries through dedicated national consultations.
Researchers gathered discussed objectives and actions for an MHM pilot study.
Menstruation and menstrual hygiene are emerging as pivotal issues for gender equality, human rights and development.
Highlights from the side event at the 60th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York.
WSSCC joined passionate gender activists, civil society organizations & UN entities at CSW in New York.
The signing of a memorandum of understanding between WSSCC and the Government of Senegal in October 2015 takes the country a step closer towards much-needed policy and behaviour change to improve women’s and girls’ rights to water and sanitation. The agreement, coordinated through the Millennium Drinking Water and Sanitation Programme (PEPAM), is an integral part […]