Live webcast – Sanitation and Hygiene for Women and Girls in Africa: Translating commitments into policy and practice

Date: 23rd May 2015

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 Tomorrow, tune into West Africa Democracy Radio (WADR) to follow the live webcast of the high-level panel hosted by WSSCC and UN Women on Sanitation and Hygiene for Women and Girls in Africa. 

  • Date: Sunday, 24 May 2015
  • Time: 15:30 – 18:00

Live webcast link:

Panelists of the event:

  • H.E. Mr. Mansour Faye, Minister for Water and Sanitation (Senegal)
  • Dr. Josephine Odera, UN Women Regional Director for West and Central Africa
  • Dr. Chris Williams, WSSCC Executive Director
  • Women Leaders Group (Louga, Senegal)


The objective of this panel is to re-affirm the commitments of African governments in favour of public policies that include hygiene and sanitation and improved designs, maintenance and monitoring linked to the satisfaction of women and girls for a better sanitation experience.

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