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Promising Pathways - Innovations and Best Practices in CLTS at Scale in Madagascar

Promising Pathways - The astonishing story of how Madagascar grew from 10 to 10,000 villages free of open-defecation in just three years. Based on fieldwork conducted at community and national levels in Madagascar, the research for this publication was guided by Kamal Kar, founder and pioneer of CLTS, and conducted by a CLTS Foundation team.

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Author: Kirsty Milward, Sisir Pradhan, Katherine Pasteur, Kamal Kar
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Last updated: Mon, 09/15/2014 - 17:18

Seven journalists win prestigious media awards for excellence in reporting on critical water, sanitation and hygiene issues

Geneva/Stockholm, 5 September 2014 – Seven journalists were named today as winners of the “2014 WASH Media Awards” competition for their excellence in reporting on water, sanitation and hygiene-related (WASH) issues.

5 September 2014

AfricaSan 4 update - new dates in May 2015

AfricaSan update  - new dates in May 2015

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4 September 2014

GSF Progress Report - 2014 Update

As of 1 July 2014, the Global Sanitation Fund supports work actively in Cambodia, Ethiopia, India, Madagascar, Malawi, Nepal, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo and Uganda. In those countries, more than 140 sub-grantees have raised awareness of sanitation and hygiene nationally and in a number of regions.

 

28 August 2014
Last updated: Thu, 08/28/2014 - 18:32

Sanitation in Stockholm: WSSCC welcomes your engagement at World Water Week!

Join WSSCC at the 2014 World Water Week in Stockholm!

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28 August 2014

Inspiring Change for Women’s Rights and Dignity - WSSCC celebrates International Women’s Day 2014

This year on International Women’s Day, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council paid homage to the unsung feminine, reminding all present of the equal value of every human life and of our collective and individual obligation to fight stigma, discrimination and inequality. The meeting listened and learned. Using sanitation and hygiene as an entry point to explore human rights in the world’s poorest countries, we heard stories of struggle and success for women and communities in Nepal, India and Senegal.

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Publisher: WSSCC/OHCHR
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Last updated: Tue, 08/26/2014 - 11:13

WSSCC deeply saddened by passing of Mr. Milon Bikash Paul

WSSCC would like to offer sincere sympathies to the family of Milon Bikash Paul who passed away on Tuesday.

21 August 2014

Momentum picks up in UMATA GSF programme in Tanzania

The August edition of UMATA News, the regular newsletter about the GSF-supported programme in Tanzania, highlights recent activities in a programme which is starting to show real momentum in terms of implementation.

15 August 2014

Round table and promotion of sanitation in Bihar outline ‘The Future We Want’

In a two-day workshop and round table meeting, high level government ministers committed to ensure the state of Bihar, in North India, will become Open Defecation Free. The events were organised by the Executing Agency of WSSCC's Global Sanitation Fund in India.

14 August 2014

Disability: Making CLTS Fully Inclusive - Frontiers of CLTS

The latest issue of the series Frontiers of CLTS  called Disability: Making CLTS Fully Inclusive focuses on people with disabilities and particular needs for access to sanitation. People affected tend not to be present at triggering, to lack voice in the community, to have their needs overlooked, and may even be hidden by their families.

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Author: Jane Wilbur (WaterAid), Hazel Jones (WEDC)
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Last updated: Tue, 08/12/2014 - 14:56