The second WASH Media Awards. Read all the
winning journalism in full.
Water Voice’s first issue of the year focused primarily on the cholera crisis in Zimbabwe and how the country could begin to recover its water and sanitation services.
A shared statement of
intent was developed at the Right to Water and Sanitation Workshop.
A detailed look at current and future water and sanitation provision in Benin.
This paper refers to
the experience in Kenya to show how a human-rights approach to water and
sanitation can be successfully pursued, gradually leading to sustainable
benefits for all.
Self Supply is an
approach where private investment and household initiative are incorporated
into national and international strategies for rural water supply improvement.
The Asian Sanitation
Data Book 2008 is the first source of data on sanitation information for Asia.
It hopes to build benchmarks for future research.
a school in Tamilnadu participated in a rally, a mass tree plantation campaign,
and prize ceremony to mark 2009's World Day to Combat Desertification.
An example of successful outcomes from forming women's and children's groups to create hygiene awareness and lower the pollution of the canals.
Why does sanitation continue to lag on the development agenda in Zimbabwe?