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.
The MUS Group Meeting from 22-23 November 2010 was held under the theme "Guidelines for Multiple Use Services."
The IUCN Water Programme seeks to bring together its extensive network of
members, scientific commissions, government and private sector partners to
sustainably develop solutions and initiatives to
WSSCC Executive Director Jon Lane is co-author for sanitation and health paper in new PLoS Medicine Series paper on sanitation and hygiene.
The Rural Water Supply Network is a global knowledge initiative that promotes
sound practices in rural water supply.
The Thematic Group brought sector professionals together on the issues
related to scaling up community managed water supply programmes.
Cap-Net is an international network for capacity building in Intergrated
Water Resource Management (IWRM).
Freshwater Action Network (FAN) is a major network of civil society
organisations (CSOs) implementing and influencing water and sanitation policy
and practice with members from all around the world
The Global Rainwater Harvesting Collective aims to empower rural
communities by giving them control over their own water resources through the
construction of inexpensive rainwate
The Global Water Partnership (GWP) is a dynamic, not-for-profit action
network with over 2,000 partner organisations around the world involved in
water resource management.