Collaboration is central to our work as a membership-based council with country-owned programmes. For more than two decades, WSSCC has harnessed the energy and expertise of a global coalition of communities, NGOs, governments, international organizations and the private sector.
Join WSSCC, Global Citizen and the World Bank at a World Water Day event in South Africa to help raise the issue of water and sanitation for all on everyone’s agenda.
Join WSSCC, Global Citizen and the World Bank at a World Water Day event in South Africa to help raise the issue of water and sanitation for all on everyone’s agenda.Join us
Announcing WSSCC’s Community of Practice’s learning agenda for 2017, with Sustainability as the discussion topic between April 10th to 28th.
Announcing WSSCC’s Community of Practice’s learning agenda for 2017, with Sustainability as the discussion topic between April 10th to 28th.Find out more
Executive Director Chris Williams reinforced WSSCC’s mandate that supports Sustainable Development Goal 6.2.
Executive Director Chris Williams reinforced WSSCC’s mandate that supports Sustainable Development Goal 6.2.Find out more
WSSCC thanks all who made the Sanitation Action Summit in Mumbai a great success. The event’s uniqueness is echoed in a lively & engaging summary report, available here.
WSSCC & its partners participated in the event demonstrating that sanitation & hygiene are essential components in improving health, safety & dignity.
Civil society strengthening, accountability and voice on sanitation and hygiene The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is very excited to announce the launch of a new pilot small grant for Civil Society Strengthening, Accountability and Voice. Based on the principle that civil society has a crucial role to play in holding governments accountable […]
“Leave No One Behind” workshop addresses inequality on poor access to toilets and menstrual facilities By Prince Mukherjee RISHIKESH, India, – A growing sense of exclusion from the rest of the community is palpable as hundreds of marginalized people in India speak openly about the availability of toilets and menstrual facilities and matters of water […]
Platform merger to boost interaction between members The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is excited to announce the merger of its Community of Practice on Sanitation and Hygiene in Developing Countries (CoP) with the SuSanA discussion forum. This merger will enable WSSCC members to access and interact with an even more diverse global […]
WSSCC’s most memorable moments of 2019 Join us and take a look back at some of the most notable activities that shaped the past 12 months of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC). January: WSSCC and GIWA spread the word about sanitation at the Kumbh Mela festival in India – A faith-based festival […]
A leadership committee will be formed in each of the 22 regions across Madagascar By Hoby Randrianimanana IHOSY, Madagascar – 11.3 million people still defecate in the open, and merely 10 percent of the population benefits from basic sanitation services in Madagascar. The government is now stepping up to change this with a robust collaborative […]
La révolution mondiale des toilettes Par Machrine Birungi GENÈVE Des outils numériques de pointe, tels que des capteurs de données et des robots, figurent au cœur des débats pour trouver des moyens d’améliorer notre manière de traiter les grands problèmes de l’assainissement, comme la gestion des déchets fécaux. D’après l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé, tous […]
Interview with a young entrepreneur that brings a huge impact with a small change By Machrine Birungi After scanning through hundreds of photos of people squatting on toilets, an Indian product designer took the efficiency and comfort seriously and reinvented the form of a squat toilet. Since Mr Satyajit Mittal from Pune created SquatEase, […]
D’octobre 2017 à mars 2018, une étude a été menée sur les mécanismes de redevabilité nationaux pour la mise en œuvre de l’Objectif de développement durable (ODD) n° 6. À l’origine de cette étude, des partenaires et des membres d’organisations, comme entre autres Coalition Eau, End Water Poverty, Watershed Empowering Citizens Consortium, le Conseil de Concertation pour l’approvisionnement […]