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23 April 2012

Serious commitments announced yesterday will extend access to sustainable sanitation facilities and improved drinking water sources to millions more people.

20 March 2012

 Plus de 300,000 personnes à travers le monde sont prêtes à agir pour résoudre la crise de l’eau et l’assainissement du Samedi 17 Mars au Dimanche 25 Mars 2012.   Cette semaine a été choisie en vue de la Journée Mondiale de l’Eau le 22 Mars.




19 March 2012

Over 300,000 people across the world are expected to take action on the water and sanitation crisis from Saturday 17th March to Sunday 25th March. The week has been chosen to coincide with World Water Day on 22nd March.

6 March 2012

From 17-25 March 2012, thousands of people across the globe will walk together to demand political change from Bangladesh to Benin, Nigeria to Norway and Mozambique and Malaysia. Over 200,000 walkers have registered to participate – join us!

1 March 2012

Find out all about the second General Assembly of members of the West Africa WASH Journalists Network (WASH-JN) which took place in Monrovia, Liberia, from 13- 17 February 2012.

20 February 2012

WSSCC announces the results of its Steering Committee elections!

12 May 2011

Le Rapport final de la Révision externe du WSSCC pour la période 2005-2010 est enfin prêt !

22 December 2010

The regional network will act as a platform to share knowledge and experience between journalists, work together at key moments for maximum campaigning impact, amplify the voices of the poor, support national networks and project WASH issues at the regional, continental and international level.

15 November 2010

The 3rd annual Africa Water Week takes place from 22 to 26 November in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. WSSCC will participate and arrange a side event on the Global Sanitation Fund, including the official “launching event” for the GSF work in Ethiopia.

15 November 2010

Eng. Ebele Ofunneamaka Okeke, CFR, the former Nigerian Head of the Civil Service, has joined forces with the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) to advocate for equity and dignity on behalf of the 2.6 billion people without a decent toilet to use and the nearly one billion without good quality drinking water close at hand.

10 November 2010

WSSCC-supported National WASH Coalitions operate in 33 countries. An increasingly prominent component of the coalitions’ work is the cooperation with governments to develop national policy documents. Through dialogue and review, they contribute to relevance and transparency, as well as stakeholder buy-in. Hereunder are three country experiences.

9 November 2010

WSSCC has new representatives on its governing body, the Steering Committee. Mr. Peter Cookey of Earth Watch Nigeria, and Mr. Edgar Quiroga of the University of Valle, Colombia, will represent Anglophone Africa and Latin America, respectively, beginning with next month’s meeting in Geneva.