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11 July 2018

WSSCC has a broad-based engagement in this week’s 41st WEDC International Conference, being co-hosted with Egerton University in Nakuru, Kenya, and including more than 400 participants from around the world. The annual conference is a known and respected platform for reflection, debate and exchange of sanitation and hygiene knowledge and ideas that are rooted in […]

2 January 2018

Knowledge, inspiration and innovative solutions are shared in the WSSCC-funded Kenya programme through on-line real-time learning platforms

24 November 2017

WSSCC member Daniel Karanja argues that male inclusion is vital if we wish to normalize MHM

13 October 2017

WSSCC has now covered 36 counties with MHM Training with support from the Kenyan government

28 September 2017

The training features the three key elements of MHM which are: Breaking the Silence, Managing Menstruation Hygienically, and Safe Reuse and Disposal

13 September 2017

With innovative and targeted programming, WSSCC has supported 81,500 people in Kenya to live in Open Defecation Free (ODF) environments

8 June 2017

Find out how Josephat Geteya Onchari was triggered to become a key WASH champion for Kenya

15 February 2017

Executive Director Chris Williams reinforced WSSCC’s mandate that supports Sustainable Development Goal 6.2.

12 December 2016

The first Kenya Water Week was held in Nairobi from 20-25 November 2016, with the theme “From Aid to Trade”.

17 August 2016

This report captures the highlights of the six-day Training of Trainers workshop organized by WSSCC, the Kenyan Ministry of Health, UNICEF and other partners in Naivasha, Kenya.

10 August 2016

The workshop was the first national ToT and was attended by 77 participants.

GSF Kenya Launch
15 May 2015

K-SHIP aims to help reduce the disease burden resulting from poor sanitation and hygiene, while helping to improve health outcomes in the country.