The first sub-grantee partners in Malawi have enabled 113,084 people to have improved toilets like this one, in the village of Ntchisi.
The Global Sanitation Fund's progamme was officially launched at a school in the district of Kumi, Uganda on 16 March. Also known as the Uganda Sanitation Fund - it received US$ 6 million from WSSCC.
The GSF programme in Madagascar is now in full implementation, with 17 sub-grantees working on the ground to improve sanitation and hygiene for the malagasy people.
The GSF programme in India collaborates closely with the Indian Government's Total Sanitation Campiagn and is focused on Assam and Jharkhand.
The GSF hosted a successful Sanitation Marketing workshop in Malawi in early 2012.
Refurbished toilets in Kibuko, Uganda reveal one of the many innovative ways that communities can improve sanitation for themselves.
Today improved rural coverage in Cambodia stands at 18 per cent.
GSF's vision for target regions in Madagascar is to attain "open defecation free" status.
Eleven countries are improving lives and empowering communities by actively implementing the GSF, with more starting soon. Learn more here.
GSF Progress Reports: 2012 Progress Report, 2013 Mid-year Report. The 2013 Progress Report will be published in early May 2014.
Click here to watch the video "WSSCC & GSF - Tracking progress in Madagascar."
The opinions expressed by the individuals listed as experts on www.wsscc.org are their own and do not necessarily reflect WSSCC’s official positions.