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What a day! UN partners WSSCC and OHCHR gather diverse stakeholders to foreground sanitation, rights and dignity for women

Grass-roots activists shared inspirational experiences on reducing female circumcision in Senegal, raising awareness of lesbian and transgender issues in Nepal and working for the dignity of sex workers in India at a special meeting at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva on Friday.

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7 March 2014

Report - Catalyzing Water for Sustainable Development and Growth: Framing Water Within the Post 2015 Development Agenda: Options and Considerations

This report is an independent evidence-based analysis of how water can be addressed in a developing agenda beyond 2015. Its formulation, and the underlying study, was undertaken by UNOSD, UNU-INWEH and SEI as a way of addressing the information gaps and providing background information that can be used by the UN member states and other stakeholders in negotiations.

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Author: UNU-INWEH/UNOSD/SEI
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Last updated: Tue, 12/17/2013 - 12:30

Nous ne pouvons plus attendre: on doit œuvrer ensemble en faveur de l’assainissement

 

Nous ne pouvons plus attendre: les gouvernements, la société civile et le secteur privé doivent œuvrer ensemble en faveur de l’assainissement pour la santé des femmes, déclarent l’organisation des Nations-Unies WSSCC, Unilever et WaterAid

Le 19 novembre 2013, New York – Une approche collaborative entre les gouvernements, la société civile et les entreprises est indispensable à la remise sur les rails de la cible des Objectifs du millénaire pour le développement en matière d'assainissement. Ceci est essentiel pour améliorer la santé et la prospérité des femmes à travers le monde, d’après un nouveau rapport publié conjointement par le Conseil de concertation pour l’approvisionnement en eau et l’assainissement, une organisation hébergée par les Nations Unies, l’organisation de développement international WaterAid et Domestos, la marque de produits WC de renom d’Unilever.

19 November 2013

WSSCC Annual Report 2012

The 2012 Annual Report of the WSSCC is an account of our activities and engagements over the past year. The activities are part of the organisation’s mandate to improve access for the 2.5 billion people without safe sanitation and the 780 people without clean drinking water. The year was characterised by improvements in the delivery of the Global Sanitation Fund and the appointment of Chris Williams as the WSSCC Executive Director in October 2012.

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Author: WSSCC
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Last updated: Tue, 12/17/2013 - 12:46

A Typical View Of Girl Toilets in Urban Slums of India

The View Of a typical Girls Toilet in Urban Slums of India . Girl are facing a big problem in India both in (Urban & Rural Slums) in terms of Toilets .  …

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Author: Gagan Deep
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New Delhi
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9 January 2013
Last updated: Fri, 01/11/2013 - 15:40

Special notice for members: Nominations sought by 10 January 2013 for SIDS, Latin America, and Global Steering Committee seat election

In January, WSSCC will begin elections to fill three open seats on WSSCC’s government body, its member-elected Steering Committee. 

Source: WSSCC
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14 December 2012

Water Supply and Sanitation Investment Aid Effectiveness Cartogram

I am interested in visual/spatial representations of sanitation issues, due to their powerful explanatory / emotionally provoking nature. …

Author: Julian Doczi
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University of East Anglia
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7 March 2012
Last updated: Tue, 05/01/2012 - 11:17

Nominations welcome for WSSCC Steering Committee

WSSCC is seeking members to fill its six open Steering Committee seats. This is an opportunity for its  members to contribute to WSSCC’s work and improve peoples’ quality of life.

Source: WSSCC
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16 November 2011

Regional CEENIS meeting on Sanitation and Hygiene

The Regional CEENIS meeting on Sanitation and Hygiene is to be held on 21-22 September in Istanbul, Turkey. The meeting is organized by Earth Forever Foundation – the country focal point of WSSCC for Bulgaria, and hosted by the 5th World Water Forum – Turkey.

30 August 2011

Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF)

Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF), is an international network of over 100 women’s, environmental and health organizations implementing projects in 40 countries and advocating globally for …

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Last updated: Thu, 03/03/2011 - 17:15