Findings of a new UN Women/WSSCC study in Niger on MHM practices were presented at a side event during CSW61.
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Join us at CSW in New York for the findings of a new study on the sanitation and hygiene needs of women working in the informal sector in Niger.
The event included able and disabled women and girls, who traveled from many parts of Nepal to share their real-life experiences.
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WSSCC is working to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6.2, to provide sanitation and hygiene for all, and does this in a number of ways.
The mission was to collect data to make proposals for a better integration of MHM into sanitation projects.
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