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16 October 2019

Par Patrick Alubbe Parmi toutes les rencontres auxquelles j’ai eu la chance de participer, celle de l’édition 2019 de la Semaine mondiale de l’eau à Stockholm (SWWW) a été unique. J’y ai côtoyé des milliers de participants venus des quatre coins de la planète. Les mots « inclusion, responsabilité envers les citoyens, transparence dans l’utilisation des ressources, […]

25 September 2019

By Patrick Alubbe 2019 Stockholm World Water Week (SWWW) was a unique event amongst many I have attended with thousands of participants from all over the world. Keywords that frequently resonated with me throughout the week include “inclusion, accountability to citizens, transparency in use of resources, access to information, reaching the last mile” and many […]

26 December 2017

A series of blogs by our in-house experts contribute to the WASH and broader development sectors

6 September 2017

WSSCC’s Carolien van der Voorden reflects on World Water Week conversations in today’s blog

29 August 2017

Read the latest blog from Executive Director Christopher Williams at World Water Week

29 August 2017

Il relève de notre responsabilité collective d’investir dans des solutions et de faire de l’assainissement pour tous une priorité de développement

25 May 2016

Participants from over 25 countries learned how WSSCC breaks the silence on MHM at the Women Deliver conference 2016.

Emma Mbalame from the Government of Malawi speaks at the third Sanitation and Water for All Partnership Meeting. Credit: SWA
9 December 2015

This blog was written by Virginia Kamowa, Senior Programme Officer for Global Advocacy at WSSCC. For feedback and questions, please send an e-mail to virginia.kamowa@wsscc.org. WSSCC and its partners explored ways to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and boost government commitment to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) financing at a recent Sanitation and Water […]

28 May 2020

By Marni Sommer, Virginia Kamowa, Therese Mahon COVID-19 highlights the vulnerable amongst us across the globe: Those who are most vulnerable because of the crowded conditions they live in; those who must continue working despite the threat of infection; and those who cannot absorb the shock of the economic impact of closed economies and quarantine. […]

28 May 2020

It is time to address the stigma, taboo and lack of knowledge around menstruation By Rt Hon Helen Clark and Elhadj As Sy We stand as advocates for addressing women’s issues. Because gender equity is so closely linked to health, we also see the achievement of universal health coverage – the need for which has […]

6 April 2020

GENÈVE — La fermeture des frontières européennes et des pays à haut revenu est inédite en temps de paix, mais pour les 3 milliards de personnes qui ne disposent pas d’une installation de base dans leur maison pour se laver les mains, la lutte contre les maladies évitables telles que le Covid-19, le choléra, la poliomyélite, […]

30 March 2020

GENEVA – Closure of Europe and high-income countries in peacetime may be unprecedented, but the war against preventable diseases such as COVID-19, cholera, polio, measles, and Ebola has long been raging for the 3 billion people who lack basic hand-washing facilities in their homes. Nearly three-quarters of the populations in the poorest countries have no […]