The JMP SDG baseline findings set a clear agenda on the work to be done towards the shared vision of WASH for All
Participants shared best practices, common challenges, and promising innovations to end open defecation by 2025.
WSSCC looks forward to contributing to discussions with partners and stakeholders during events this week at the United Nations General Assembly.
WSSCC’s strategy consultation in Pakistan will help guide WSSCC as it develops its new global strategy and increases engagement in the country.
Together with UNICEF and the GSF, the Government of Togo has launched the national movement to end open defecation.
Assana Bapelim, who lives in the Kara region of Togo, is proud of the latrine she built with help from her neighbours.
WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund (GSF)-supported programme in Togo is using ‘institutional triggering’ to mobilize local government commitment and action for improved sanitation and hygiene. The GSF supports the country’s national campaign for an open defecation free (ODF) Togo by 2018, known as ‘Togo SANDAL’. The aim of the programme is to increase the use of […]
More and more organisations working in sanitation and hygiene support the vision that equitable and sustainable sanitation and hygiene behaviour change and services at scale should be delivered through locally driven and locally sustained institutions, mechanisms and service providers. This calls for strengthening these institutions, mechanisms and providers at the level where they operate, regionally, […]
Inequalities in access to clean drinking water and sanitation persist and in some cases are getting worse.
The proceedings document is now available from a 2013 Menstrual Hygiene Management Virtual Conference organized by UNICEF and Columbia University.
Worldwide, some 2.5 billion people, or more than a third of the world’s population, do not have access to proper sanitation.