WSSCC AfricaSan 2015 – Seeing is believing

Date: 27th May 2015

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The 4th African Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene took place 25-27 May 2015 and was a unique opportunity to promote political prioritization of sanitation and hygiene and to track progress towards achieving the eThekwini commitments.

WSSCC is committed to making sanitation in Africa a success: With over 1,000 members, 10 Global Sanitation Fund programmes and 11 National Coordinators, the continent is the beating heart of WSSCC.

See some photos from the event above, or read some of our reports at our dedicated blog site here.

Click here to read the landmark output of AfricaSan 2014: The Ngor Declaration on Sanitation and Hygiene.

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