Findings of a new UN Women/WSSCC study in Niger on MHM practices were presented at a side event during CSW61.
The podcast encourages discussion on menstrual and feminine hygiene issues and the right to sanitation for women and girls.
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
WSSCC Member Daniel Iroegbu’s inspirational work is impacting the lives of women and girls in hard-to-reach areas of the country.
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.
Monitoring slippage should go beyond the numbers to truly understand behaviour change and community dynamics.
The CoP learning agenda for 2017 will commence with discussions around Sustainability from April 10th to 28th.
Lessons from the GSF-supported Uganda programme for implementing CLTS at scale through a decentralized government system.
The Global Sanitation Fund has identified a number of slippage patterns, linked to factors that communities have significant, little or no control over.
The event included able and disabled women and girls, who traveled from many parts of Nepal to share their real-life experiences.
Do you know what the stress points are for women and girls in their daily sanitation routines? How do they cope? Join our March 2nd webinar.