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25 June 2018

UN Women and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) hold a regional conference on the reduction of gender inequalities in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector On 18 and 19 June, Dakar hosted the regional conference on the reduction of gender inequalities in the WASH sector. Over two days and coming from […]

9 April 2018

Editor’s Note: For the last month, the Freshwater Action Network South Asia (FANSA), WaterAid and WSSCC have facilitated national level consultation meetings with marginalized communities to identify key issues and messages to be represented at SACOSAN, the South Asian Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene, which takes place 10-14 April 2018 in Islamabad, Pakistan. This blog […]

19 December 2017

WSSCC continued to play a significant role in the national, regional and global efforts towards achieving access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all

10 December 2017

On international Human Rights Day, WSSCC’s Enrico Muratore discusses the Human Rights to water and sanitation

29 November 2017

The webinar is based on a systematic review that explores effectiveness of various sanitation behaviour change approaches

27 November 2017

The study provides insights and recommendations for sustainability of open defecation free communities in Nepal

22 November 2017

Why is wastewater management crucial for sanitation? Follow the discussion in WSSCC’s World Water Day Tweet chat

19 November 2017

On World Toilet Day, WSSCC’s Executive Director Chris Williams reminds that our planet needs practical and alternative solutions to provide safe sanitation for all

9 November 2017

World Toilet Day on November 19 continues the theme from World Water Day with a focus on Wastewater, posing the question, ‘Where does our poo go?’

1 November 2017

Sanitation can provide solutions to climate change mitigation says WSSCC’s David Shimkus in this blog for the SDG Knowledge Hub

20 October 2017

GSF workshops support programmes to monitor progress towards and beyond Open Defecation Free status.

15 October 2017

It is estimated that only 19% of people wash their hands after contact with excreta. WSSCC’s David Shimkus reflects on challenges for handwashing