Information letter 9 – WSSCC/UN Women Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation

Highlighting the main points and events since the second half of the year (July to December 2016), this information letter focuses on: Highlighting strengths and weaknesses of sanitation programmes in Senegal, including sanitation expert findings, international norms and standards, concrete steps on how to improve MHM in refugee camps in Cameroon through observations within three separate refugee camps that are home to some 38,000 men, women and children. Menstrual waste management in West and Central Africa is also covered reporting on a technical workshop hosted by the Senegal Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development in October. Also, Menstrual Hygiene Management is reaching main results in Cameroon after five municipalities have committed to integrate it into their budget plans, before key result of the MHM trainers platform and 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign are mentioned.

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Authors:
WSSCC/UN Women
Publication date:
December 2016
Publisher:
WSSCC / UN Women
No. of pages:
12
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Authors:
WSSCC / ONU Femmes
Publication date:
Décembre 2016
Publisher:
WSSCC / ONU Femmes
No. of pages:
12