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19 November 2019

How people’s lives are improved once they have a toilet to use Ahead of World Toilet Day, which is marked annually on 19 November, WSSCC’s acting Executive Director, Sue Coates, has been speaking to UN News about how to end open defecation. What is open defecation and where is it mostly practiced? Open defecation is […]

19 November 2019

When toilets become a question of dignity and right By Renu Kshetry NUWAKOT, Nepal – It was 15 years ago when 10 illuminated women in a Nepali village stood up to change behaviour of their neighbors and went on as the driving force to start promoting the importance of sanitation. Sunita Gurung, a mother of […]

15 November 2019

WSSCC and partners call for action on Menstrual Health and Hygiene By: Kevin Mwanza NAIROBI, Kenya – Research shows that 6 out of 10 girls in Kenya have never heard about menstruation until their first period, and 65 percent of menstruating girls and women in the nation cannot sustainably access sanitary pads. Menstruation is rarely […]

15 November 2019

              Le WSSCC a le plaisir d’accueillir dans notre siège mondial Mme Rose OSINDE-ALABASTER, la membre nouvellement élue à notre Comité directeur. Ces 19 dernières années, Mme Osinde-Alabaster a agi en tant que conseillère auprès de gouvernements, d’organismes de l’ONU, d’organisations de la société civile, de plateformes multipartites et […]

15 November 2019

Le WSSCC et ses partenaires appellent à l’action sur la santé et l’hygiène menstruelles Par: Kevin Mwanza NAIROBI au Kenya – Selon certaines études, 6 filles sur 10 au Kenya n’ont jamais entendu parler de la menstruation avant leurs premières périodes, et 65 pour cent des filles et des femmes kenyanes qui sont réglées ne […]

15 November 2019

Les toilettes respirent un air nouveau dans le village de Qahir au Kenya Par: Kevin Mwanza and Sheba Omondi WAJIR, au Kenya – Imaginez la vie dans un foyer sans toilettes. Ensuite, imaginez les mouches qui voleraient autour de vos toilettes, et l’impact grave sur votre santé de ce catalyseur de transmission oro-fécale. C’était là […]

15 November 2019

« Je n’existerais pas sans la menstruation » – un chanteur local Par: Kevin Mwanza KIISI, au Kenya – Une chanson en l’honneur de la menstruation rompt le mur du silence autour de la menstruation au Kenya, où un grand nombre de filles continuent de manquer l’école lorsqu’elles ont leurs règles, des milliers d’autres n’ont pas les […]

15 November 2019

Concrétisation des ambitions de la campagne de promotion de la fin de la défécation à l’air libre Par: Kevin Mwanza NAROK, au Kenya – Les comités d’assainissement de villages travaillent à l’accélération des progrès réalisés pour mettre fin à la défécation à l’air libre dans les villages ruraux au Kenya, en encourageant les populations locales […]

Resources

‘Do No Harm’ Principles in Behaviour Change Programming

Equality Global Sanitation Fund

‘do-no-harm’ principles into sanitation & hygiene collective behaviour change programmes
UPLOADED 12 November 2019
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Nepal Outcome Survey Brief

Global Sanitation Fund

UPLOADED 12 November 2019
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Kenya Outcome Survey Brief

Global Sanitation Fund

UPLOADED 12 November 2019
FORMAT SLIDE PRESENTATION

Resources

Integrating ‘do-no-harm’ principles into sanitation & hygiene collective behaviour change programmes

Equality Global Sanitation Fund

‘Do-no-harm’ means taking every precaution to ensure people will not be adversely impacted by the programme, including inadvertently. Whilst it is understood that ‘community problem, community solution’ should remain core to community-led approaches, facilitators also have an ethical obligation to step in if initiatives pose a risk to the rights, dignity or well-being of people who […]

Nepal Outcome Survey Brief

Global Sanitation Fund

Kenya Outcome Survey Brief

Global Sanitation Fund

Keeping our Villages Clean

ODF Plus Sanitation and Hygiene

Swachh Bharat Mission is the biggest people’s movement on sanitation in the world that seeks to create a Clean India. As reported by the Government of India, close to 100% Open Defecation Free (ODF) status has been achieved. The current focus of the national flagship programme is now on ODF Plus (ODF+), which aims at […]