This week’s global WASH news

Date: 14th April 2011

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Links to this week’s WASH-related articles from around the world (links open in a new window):

Interview with Roberto Lenton, Maxim News Network
Core principles for aid providers, The Guardian
In South Africa, no sanitary pads mean no school, United Press International
Sanitation – Global bodies hail Colombo Declaration, Pakistan Times
In Cameroon – Working with Rural Communities to Fight Cholera, Reuters AlertNet
Earth Talk about the Human Right to Water and Sanitation, E Magazine
Diarrhea-hit town in Palawan under state of calamity, Philippine Star
New sanitation plan for Rajasthan cities in the offing, Times of India
Lack of sanitation costs South Asia 5 percent GDP loss: Unicef, Calcutta Tube
East Africa: Germany and Japan harmonising efforts in water and sanitation, WASH News
Lasting Coverage — Retooling the WASH Model, Circle of Blue

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