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23 May 2019

Fawoziatouh Allade, Benin Le 23 mai 2019, s’est ouvert le dialogue des parties prenantes sur l’intégration de la Gestion de l’Hygiène Menstruelle dans les politiques et stratégies du Développement au Bénin. Placé sous le haut parrainage du Ministre de la Santé, ledit dialogue qui est une première au Bénin, est financé par le WSSCC. L’objectif […]

20 March 2019

Experts representing the WASH sector, UN organizations, academia and civil society came together today at the 63rd Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in an All-Female Panel to chair a side event titled, Access to Menstrual Health as a Public Service: The Lived Experiences of Women and Girls. The event was dedicated to elevating […]

18 March 2019

At this year’s Commission on the Status of Women, the plight of many women, girls and marginalized groups who face barriers to safely accessing water and sanitation (WASH) services in public spaces took center stage at a side event entitled, Empowerment of Women and Girls through Access to Public Services – including Water, Sanitation and […]

27 February 2019

The Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Working Group in Pakistan held the first national level training of trainers this past January in a move to support the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector to mainstream and promote the health of women and girls.  More than 70 participants from across the country are now able to cascade […]

5 February 2019

Blog from Emily Deschaine, Acting Head, Partnerships It’s 10 am in Allahabad and the Kumbh Mela, the largest religious festival in the world, is bathed in sunlight. We’re sitting outside in a roundtable discussion on WASH and women’s empowerment, which has brought together faith leaders (male and female), development partners, civil society and even politicians. […]

25 January 2019

Faith-based, water-focused festival presents extraordinary opportunity to raise awareness among millions of people of the life-changing benefits of better hygiene The largest human gathering on Earth is assembling in India this month as tens of millions of people from across the country and around the world make their way to the city of Prayagrajfor the […]

18 January 2019

The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC)’s vision is a world in which everyone, everywhere is able to practice safe sanitation and hygiene with dignity. Working to facilitate sector coordination at national, regional and global levels, WSSCC believes that the 5th African Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene is a unique opportunity to promote political […]

9 January 2019

Cross River State, South-South Nigeria, has held an annual carnival every year for the past 12 years. Tagged, ‘Africa’s Biggest Street Party’, it brings together an average of 3 million people into Calabar every December. The 2018 Carnival Calabar took a different turn as sanitation and hygiene were at the center stage amidst the fun and entertainment.  […]

Resources

2018 Highlights

Collaboration WSSCC General

UPLOADED 24 May 2019
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Annual Report 2018

Collaboration WSSCC General

Language: English
UPLOADED 24 May 2019
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Equality and Non-Discrimination: Learning From People Who May Be Most Disadvantaged

A practical guide for the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) supported programme teams and Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) facilitators on how to collect information related to Equality and Non-Discrimination (EQND) at community level, and in particular to learn from people who may be disadvantaged. This guide provides insights into the key ethics principles for information gathering and documentation, offers practical qualitative learning and participatory tools, showcases good practice tips for qualitative learning, and includes qualitative information gathering tools, participatory exercises, as well as focus group discussion and interview guides.
UPLOADED 23 May 2019
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Resources

2018 Highlights

Collaboration WSSCC General

A WSSCC two-page document highlighting our sanitation and hygiene activities in 2018.

Annual Report: Highlighting 2018 activities

Collaboration WSSCC General

WSSCC launched its Annual Report highlighting 2018 activities during our April Steering Committee meeting. With 892 million people worldwide still practicing open defecation and only 39% of the global population (2.9 billion people) using a safely managed sanitation facility, achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target 6.2 remains the guiding principle for WSSCC’s work. Now in […]

Download MH Day 2019 publicity materials and spread the word – online and offline!

On 28 May, celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day with WSSCC! WSSCC works to break the silence on menstruation leaving no one behind. For WSSCC, Menstrual Hygiene Management means that those who menstruate have : better school attendance and learning outcomes greater mobility and opportunities greater self-determination and well-being a healthier and more confident adolescence. Breaking the […]