WSSCC is revisiting some of its key publications that provide evidence and insight for sanitation-related programming.
On International Women’s Day, Chris Williams writes that there is more to adding women to the workplace; they need an enabling space
With SDG 6.2 at its heart, the strategy identifies the results WSSCC would like to achieve, the issues it will work on and regions where it will work
In Agelilyec, community members are supporting disadvantaged groups as part of a larger effort to keep their village open defecation free.
The first Kenya Water Week was held in Nairobi from 20-25 November 2016, with the theme “From Aid to Trade”.
Sessions discussed the impact of quality research evidence on the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector in India.
WSSCC and Mzuzu University are holding a joint 3-week thematic discussion on linking water, sanitation and hygiene to other development sectors.
Washing hands with water and soap, or ash if you have to, has been recognised as a highly effective behaviour to reduce a whole slew of diseases
The side event will draw attention to equal access to sanitation and hygiene in public spaces.
WSSCC and the Mzuzu University are holding a joint 3-week thematic online discussion on applied research in WASH.
WSSCC’s participation and partnerships at the conference reinforced the council’s achievements and commitments to the WASH sector.
WSSCC’s strategy consultation in Pakistan will help guide WSSCC as it develops its new global strategy and increases engagement in the country.