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25 March 2020

By WHO Departmental News  The COVID-19 pandemic is testing the resilience of robust health systems around the world. Recognizing the heavy toll that malaria exacts on vulnerable populations in sub-Saharan Africa, as well as the region’s fragile health infrastructure, WHO underlines the critical importance of sustaining efforts to prevent, detect and treat malaria. “As COVID-19 […]

14 May 2015

The India WASH Forum stands for an independent credible voice in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector.

27 February 2014

Following WSSCC’s February workshop for journalists in Benin, Amanda Marlin, Advocacy and Communications Programme Manager,  was interviewed by journalist Fazila Dahall the pan-African news outlet Channel Africa.

3 February 2014

WSSCC Executive Director Chris Williams, while on mission in East Africa, met with a journalist from the Tanzania Daily News, and discussed the work of the organization in the country.

 

11 January 2013

Exciting things are happening as the Global Sanitation Fund continues to be implemented in Nepal. UN-Habitat is leading the work as the Executing Agencies, and a number of partner Sub-Grantees are working to achieve Open Defecation Free Status in 5 districts and five municipalities. The four components of the GSF programme are

14 November 2012

In Johannesburg, South Africa, Executive Director Chris Williams is representing WSSCC members and colleagues at the first ever meeting of the Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) partnership.

27 December 2011

Late-breaking updates from WSSCC.

29 April 2011

This week’s global WASH news

14 April 2011

Links to this week’s WASH-related articles from around the world:

2 June 2020

Interview with the national coordinator for the Society of Water and Sanitation in Nigeria By Olajide Adelana The Society of Water and Sanitation (NEWSAN) is a group of civil society organizations in Nigeria’s WASH sector, supported by WSSCC. Its national coordinator, Benson Attah, recently spoke with WSSCC on the COVID-19 response and his concerns about […]

29 May 2020

By Renu Kshetry GAURIJANG, Nepal – A team of government officials, medical officers and sanitation professionals is intensifying their effort to provide the necessary support to poor and marginalized communities in the easternmost district of Nepal as many of the community members are confined and their movement is restricted due to the fight against coronavirus. […]

26 May 2020

By Olajide Adelana In the fight against the spread of the coronavirus in a context of poor sanitation, Nigeria and many countries around the world are confronted with enormous challenges at every turn. A critical look at national response plans offers much to be learned in terms of what is working and what is not, […]