Voici l’histoire d’Asmin qui vit dans un petit village au Bangladesh et de comment elle a construit une latrine pour sa famille.
latrines in Internally Displaced Persons camps can be hazardous.
In Zimbabwe the WASH Coalition’s work in schools led to the creation of several health clubs, and its other work, including advocacy, helped to strengthen its partnerships.
With two new regional coalitions established, the Burkina Faso Coalition finds where regional coalitions may excel and where they may need more work.
In 2009, WASH
Ethiopia Movement won the AfricaSan Award in the NGO/Civil Society Category.
behaviour in the disposal of garbage and human waste requires using key actors
in the community to inspire hope of a better life.
The Pacific WASH C oalition’s 2009 campaign
succeeded in establishing several national coalitions in the region. It also
sought to improve health and reduce the impact of typhoid in three Fijian
Sanitation Fund (GSF) Launch Workshop in August 2009 helped set a course for
working with the GSF in India.
India WASH Forum proposes directions for the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) programme and management in India at the GSF Launch Workshop in August 2009.
This fact sheet gives an overview of how sustainable sanitation projects can contribute to both mitigating and adapting to climate change.