In January, WSSCC will begin elections to fill three open seats on WSSCC’s government body, its member-elected Steering Committee.
A Guyana Government TV station has offered the country’s WASH Coalition a weekly five-minute slot to promote sanitation and hygiene, and the Central Board of Health has asked for a presentation on WSSCC.
WSSCC' National Coordinator Audreyanna Thomas speak's with Guyana's Central
Board of Health about the importance of sanitation and hygiene work in the
In its first year, the Guyana WASH Coalition focused on building the coalition and forging partnerships while beginning production on a television documentary for promote WASH throughout Guyana.
The Kuru Kuru Water Project launched on 7 September 2008, providing residents with a reliable supply of water and improving the sanitation and hygiene of the community.