In January, WSSCC will begin elections to fill three open seats on WSSCC’s government body, its member-elected Steering Committee.
The Paladines basin was the stage for the World Water Day celebration in Hatonuevo, Colombia. Cerrejón Foundation for Water in La Guajira organized a day full of water conservation activities.
En La Guajira (Colombia), el Día Mundial del Agua se celebró en la microcuenca Paladines, municipio de Hatonuevo.
The global Public private partnership is a coalition of international
staekholders (development cooperation and private companies) focussing to
promote handwashing as a common practice
Women for Water Partnership (WfWP) is a worldwide strategic alliance of
local, national and international women’s organisations and networks,
active in the areas water & sanitation, poverty and
The Global Water Operators' Partnerships Alliance (GWOPA) is a network of
partners committed to helping water operators help one another to improve
their collective capacity and services to provi
The 1st IWA Development Congress was held in Mexico City from 15 to 19
November 2009 under the theme “Water and sanitation services: what works
for developing countries”.
WSSCC's people-centred approach is put into action by its National WASH Coalition in Colombia, which gives voice to community members through the AQUACOL Bulletin.
The Colombian WASH Coalition has learnt the value of good communications and it puts great energy into ways of speaking to people in language in which they can easily understand.
Is it possible to carry water, sanitation and hygiene messages by the people to the people – irrespective of their educational background, age, sex, religion, location, language and ethnicity? Yes, culture sensitive WASH Radio Campaigns can do it!