The deadline for submitting complete nominations for all seats mention above is 23:59 (11:59 pm) CET, on Thursday 23rd August 2018. Click here to convert this to your local time.
What is the WSSCC Steering Committee?
The WSSCC Steering Committee is the governing body of WSSCC, and its members act in the best interests of all WSSCC members and stakeholders, in line with WSSCC’s agreed strategic priorities. Combined, the skills, experiences and expertise of the Steering Committee should ensure achievement of the results described in WSSCC’s Strategic Plan and annual work plans, as well as the management of the organization. Members of the Steering Committee are elected and/or appointed as per the agreed composition of the Steering Committee. (For more information, please refer to the WSSCC Steering Committee Composition, Qualifications and Election Processes). Once elected, a Steering Committee member serves a three-year term, unless the WSSCC Chairperson decides otherwise.
Can I stand for the elections?
You can stand for election, if you meet all of the following requirements:
How do I stand for election?
An individual is first nominated by himself/herself, or another member from any region. Once nominated, that person can only receive votes from members of his/her region.
Through its network of National Coordinators, WSSCC recently participated in the 2018 GLAAS Country Survey Workshop organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Water and Sanitation Center (IRC) in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 7-9 August. GLAAS – the Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water initiative of UN-Water implemented by WHO […]
On 14 August 2018, Mr. Tobias Omufwoko, CEO of WASH Alliance Kenya and WSSCC National Coordinator of Kenya, was appointed to serve as the Civil Society Organizations (CSO) Focal Person for Sanitation and Water for All (SWA). Moreover, Mr. Omufwoko was elected to sit as a Board Member representing the Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil […]
Summary Messages Sunsari District’s open defecation free (ODF) declaration, the construction of 144,347 toilets and the promotion of hand-washing practices will not only greatly impact safety and dignity, but also have positive economic effects in the country. Nuwakot District, being one of the most affected areas during the 2015 earthquake, is the 58th district out […]
(The article below was originally published with support from WSSCC by the International Institute for Sustainable Development, here) Presented by Water Supply and Sanitation Collaboration Council (WSSCC), State of Qatar (Qatar Fund for Development), Global Citizen, and Education Cannot Wait, this side event focused on sanitation as a key determinant of health and education. Panelists shared examples […]