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Resources

Brochure – WSSCC: At the heart of a global movement to improve sanitation and hygiene for everyone

WSSCC General
The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council – WSSCC – is at the heart of a global movement to improve sanitation and hygiene for everyone. As the only United Nations body devoted solely to sanitation and hygiene for the world’s most vulnerable people, WSSCC serves as the hub for global sanitation efforts, and as a key resource for governments, non-governmental organizations, communities and individuals working to transform sanitation worldwide.

Sprinting the Last Mile: Nepal’s Sanitation Campaign in the Terai

Global Sanitation Fund Learning Nepal
La région du Terrai au NépalNepal's Terai Region ODF

Keeping our Villages Clean

ODF Plus Sanitation and Hygiene
ODF Plus trainers handbookODF Plus training module

Rapport d’avancement du Togo – Fonds Mondial Pour L’Assainissement

Global Sanitation Fund
Le programme du GSF au Togo soutient le movement national visant à éliminer la pratique de la défécation à l’air libre (FDAL) d’ici à 2018 (Togo SANDAL). Le programme a pour vocation d’accroître l’utilisation des latrines et d’encourager l’adoption de bonnes pratiques d’hygiène chez les populations rurales dans les régions des Savanes et de la Kara, ainsi que dans cinq districts de la région des Plateaux. Le programme vise particulièrement à aider 1,5 million de personnes à vivre dans des communautés exemptes de défécation à l’air libre, ainsi qu’à permettre à 1,2 million d’individus d’avoir accès à des toilettes améliorées et à 911 000 autres de se laver les mains.

WSSCC – Celebrating 25 years of putting people at the centre

Collaboration
2015 marks not only the year of transition from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but also the 25th anniversary of WSSCC. The aim of this brochure is to share reflections on what WSSCC means to a cross section of our community. In addition to our members, and many partner organizations, the WSSCC community includes National Coordinators, Global Sanitation Fund programme managers, a democratically elected Steering Committee, and bi-lateral donor partners. Through their testimonials, you will discover what is at the core of WSSCC and feel the spirit of our global movement to improve sanitation and hygiene for everyone.

Inspiring Change for Women’s Rights and Dignity – Meeting Report

Equality
For every woman who is unafraid and every girl who can dream, millions remain unsung and uncelebrated, caught in a bleak cycle of toil and trauma. Condemned at birth in many societies to be the helper, producer, reproducer, water bearer, nurse, cleaner and housekeeper, women and girls know what the world has yet to recognize and value – denial of basic sanitation traps women in a cycle of silence, shame and denied opportunities. 8 March is a reminder of the struggles ahead even as we celebrate the gains. More women in parliament and in the boardroom, more men helping out at home and supporting their daughter’s, wife’s and mother’s aspirations does not mean that we are close to achieving parity in business, finance or politics. Most disturbing is the continued violation of basic human rights. We are entering an era of freer movement of information and capital, creating a wealth of opportunities that unfortunately place the voiceless and powerless even further behind as the world denies their basic rights to live with decency and dignity. On 8 March 2014, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and WSSCC paid homage to the unsung feminine, reminding all present of the equal value of every human life and of our collective and individual obligation to fight stigma, discrimination and inequality. The meeting listened and learned. Using sanitation and hygiene as an entry point to explore human rights in the world’s poorest countries, we heard stories of struggle and success for women and communities in Nepal, India and Senegal.Pour chaque femme qui n’a pas peur et chaque fille qui peut rêver, des millions d’autres restent méconnues et anonymes, enfermées dans un sombre quotidien de labeur et de traumatismes. Condamnées dès la naissance à devenir des assistantes, des productrices, des reproductrices, des porteuses d’eau, des gardes malades, des femmes de ménage ou des maîtresses de maison, les femmes et les filles de nombreuses sociétés savent bien ce que le monde doit encore reconnaître et valoriser. Le déni d’installations sanitaires élémentaires les enferme dans un cercle de silence, de honte et d’opportunités manquées. En 2014, à l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la femme, le Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l’homme (HCDH) et le ont rendu hommage aux femmes anonymes, et rappelé à toutes les personnes présentes l’égale valeur de chaque être humain ainsi que notre obligation collective comme individuelle de combattre la stigmatisation, la discrimination et l’inégalité.