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13 September 2009

Global Sanitation Fund Procurement Begins

18 April 2009

Sanitation is one of the most significant development challenges of our time. Over 700 million Indians are forced to defecate in the open, and in Africa the number of people without sanitation has actually grown in the past decade. There is little doubt that better financing is required, along with better ways of spending the […]

21 March 2009

Plus d’un tiers de la population mondiale, soit 2.4 milliards de nos semblables, vivent sans assainissement adéquat. Le WSSCC a commencé sa transformation en 2007, avec la décision délibérée de concentrer la majorité de ses efforts sur l’assainissement et l’hygiène. En 2008 ce mandat est devenu une réalité de manière logique et expansive. De grands […]

21 March 2009

In this Annual Report, you can find out about all the many highlights of WSSCC’s year in 2008. Steady growth was the result of a refocus on sanitation, of which there are many more without than there are without water, with fewer voices championing their need. Throughout the year, the backdrop and context for much […]

16 March 2009

En el presente informe se describen los logros alcanzados por el WSSCC en el 2008, así como el crecimiento constante registrado en la organización y en su número de socios y miembros, sin los cuales no sería posible acometer esta misión.

27 February 2009

WSSCC looks at the importance of WASH for people living with HIV/AIDS at both the practical & management level.

27 February 2009

This compilation of resource materials detailing emergency responses in the WASH sector is your first step to preparedness.

14 August 2008

Four talented female journalists from Africa and Brazil –
– including three working primarily in radio — were announced today as winners of the
international WASH Media Awards competition for their excellence in reporting on water,
sanitation and hygiene issues.

13 August 2008

Mr. Barry M. Jackson, a British national with extensive experience in sanitation and in pro-poor financing for development, was announced today as the first Programme Manager of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council’s (WSSCC) new financing mechanism, the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF).

5 June 2008

Over 500,000 tonnes of faeces are openly defecated every day to the environment around the world. That’s enough to fill the 30,000-seat Stade de Genève, where the Euro 2008 football tournament kicks off this weekend, three times over.

28 April 2008

WSSCC examines how the Nepal WASH Coalition has emerged as an advocacy & communications-driven entity.

28 April 2008

As art of the series of WASH Coalition country case studies, this paper focuses on Ethiopia, showcasing the evolution, activities and impact made in recent years.