Sustainable, effective and equitable sanitation and water programmes must be
gender balanced and provide access for all.
Clean hands and good hygiene behavior can save lives in emergency
In developing countries, the supply of fresh water is extremely sensitive to
The WHO (World Health Organization) Technical Notes for Emergencies provide
advice on how to deal with water and sanitation in an emergency case.
This toolkit developed by the Water Utility Partnership (WUP) highlights
water and sanitation services for the urban poor.
The Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management (SSWM) Toolbox is a free and
open source tool to develop capacity on sustainable sanitation and water
management at the local level.
This page from teh working Group on climate change and WASH provides
discussion and documents related to the impact climate change will pose for
Rainwater harvesting is a long-used, widespread and currently expanding water
The University of Warwick’s web site offers publications of the Development
Technology Unit (DTU) on rainwater harvesting.
The Water Finance Site is a resource to help design a financing component for
United States Agency for International Development (USAID) programmes that
are intended to respond to the Paul Simon Water