The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is pleased to announce that it has completed the recruitment of National Coordinators (NC) from across Africa and Asia for nine of its priority countries.
National Coordinators are vital to the organization as they work, on a voluntary basis, to ensure that WSSCC’s engagement is strategic at the country level, in a way that adds value to the WASH sector and ultimately contributes to WSSCC’s mission to ensure sustainable sanitation, better hygiene and safe drinking water for all.
National Coordinators are seasoned and well recognized experts in their field, who influence sanitation and hygiene programming and sector coordination and strengthen advocacy on behalf of WSSCC. They are appointed on a voluntary
basis. WSSCC is proud to welcome on board the following newly appointed WSSCC National Coordinators:
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