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24 February 2017

Lessons from the GSF-supported Uganda programme for implementing CLTS at scale through a decentralized government system.

8 February 2017

This ‘GSF in focus’ case study presents eight lessons learned from the GSF-supported Uganda Sanitation Fund (USF) in coordinating, planning, and implementing CLTS at scale through a decentralized government system.

5 March 2012

The Local Development Programme of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), will conduct the next session of its e-learning course “Governance in Urban Sanitation”, from 19 March to 25 May 2012.

11 October 2011

This document describes the processes & procedures of the Steering Committee & membership, as well as duties of each governance body.

14 May 2020

French translation available here.  1. Why is WSSCC evolving into the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund? Since 1990, WSSCC’s work has significantly contributed to the achievement of sanitation and hygiene services for millions of people left behind. Through our Global Sanitation Fund, our grants have resulted in 28 million people living in open defecation free environments, […]

19 April 2020

Interview with Nigeria’s WASH Ambassador By Olajide Adelana Ms Ebele Okeke, WSSCC’s WASH Ambassador in Nigeria, speaks on the novel Coronavirus disease, and what Nigeria must learn while addressing the pandemic. She shares her thoughts as to why Nigeria should use this as an opportunity to accelerate precautionary measures for stopping the spread of future […]

18 March 2020

  National governments are responding to the Coronavirus on an unprecedented scale. In addition to school closures and bans on large gatherings, borders are closing, flights are cancelled and whole populations are in lockdown as we collectively try to contain the virus. Each of us is touched by this very public health emergency. We are […]

3 March 2020

A conversation with WSSCC member Dr Asad Umar  By Raza Naqvi Dr Asad Umar’s professional journey began 20 years ago with the completion of his PhD in hydrogeology at the prestigious Aligarh Muslim University. Then came the Bhuj Earthquake in Gujarat in 2001 where he worked relentlessly to make water accessible to the victims. That […]

24 December 2019

Practitioners reaffirm their commitment to leaving no one behind in Tanzania By Machrine Birungi and Sheba Odondi GENEVA/DAR ES SALAAM – In a recent interview with WSSCC, an independent UN human rights expert called for heightened action to reduce inequalities and discrimination in the sector of water, sanitation and hygiene. Mr Leo Heller, Special Rapporteur […]

12 November 2019

WSSCC is pleased to welcome Ms Rose OSINDE-ALABASTER as the newly elected Steering Committee member for our Global Seat. Rose has, in the past 19 years, advised governments, UN agencies, civil society organizations, multi-stakeholder platforms, and the private sector on more effective water and environmental sanitation governance, cross-sector planning, investment and programming, human rights and development. […]

15 August 2019

Which seats are being contested? One of two Global seats. Timeline for the nomination process The deadline for submitting complete nominations for all seats mention above is 23:59 (11:59 pm) CET, on Wednesday, 11 September 2019. Click here to convert this to your local time. Steering Committee Nomination Forms Nomination form for the Global seat (EN) (FR). Frequently […]

16 July 2019

Ms Hind Khatib-Othman is currently the Chair of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) having assumed this role in late 2018. Ms Khatib-Othman brings extensive leadership capabilities and a deep knowledge of international development work to the role, including grant making and programme finance operations. Since joining she has been keen to reinvigorate […]