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25 March 2020

Press Release UNAIDS is calling on countries to adopt a human rights-based approach in responding to the global outbreak of COVID-19 that puts communities at the centre and respects the rights and dignity of all. To help guide governments, communities and other stakeholders in planning and implementing measures to contain the pandemic, UNAIDS has produced […]

13 July 2018

(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 […]

22 March 2018

This brief from WSSCC and 3ie is based on a systematic review that looked at how the life-cycle approach is incorporated into WASH programmes and policies.

9 March 2018

Incorporating the life cycle approach into WASH policies and programmes: A systematic review Full systematic review technical report

2 March 2018

WSSCC’s three-pronged approach to MHM aims at demystifying the stigma and shame around menstruation.

13 September 2017

With innovative and targeted programming, WSSCC has supported 81,500 people in Kenya to live in Open Defecation Free (ODF) environments

18 August 2017

An independent study on equality and non-discrimination (EQND) in WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund (GSF)-supported programmes

14 July 2017

The GSF-supported UMATA programme is championing behaviour change at national level to drive Tanzania’s sanitation campaign

4 July 2016

System approaches to ensure lasting WASH services were the highlight of this year’s WASH Sustainability Symposium.

19 October 2013

On 19 October, two days before the official start of SACOSAN V, WSSCC and its partner Lumanti, led by its Executive Director Lajana Manandhar, led a “trainer the trainers” session on Menstrual Hygiene Management for some 30 representatives of Nepalese NGOs. The diverse group included 20 women and 10 men from all regions of the country. 

 

11 April 2013

Key Resource Centre at Uttarakahnd Academy of Administration organized the national workshop on Community-Led approaches in the context of the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA),  in  collaboration with WSSCC with the support of Ministry of Drinking Water & sanitation, Government of India.