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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

Nepal Outcome Survey Brief

Global Sanitation Fund

Nepal GSF Programme Evaluation & Response

Global Sanitation Fund Learning
Management ResponseNepal GSF programme evaluation brief

Sustainability of Open Defecation Free campaign in GSF supported Programme Districts, Nepal

WSSCC's Global Sanitation Fund Programme in Nepal was launched in October 2010. Under the guidance of the National Sanitation and Hygiene Coordination Committee (NSHCC), and the leadership of local governments, UNHabitat is executing the programme in Nepal in 19 districts. This independent study investigates the sustainability of interventions.

Master Training of Trainers on Menstrual Hygiene Management - Nepal & Pakistan

Equality Learning
In order to break the silence on menstruation and empower government officials with the knowledge and skills on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), WSSCC, in collaboration with the Nepal Ministry of Water and Sanitation, held a six-day Training of Trainers(ToT) in Nagarkot from 20 to 26 February. Here is a full report of the training. The training followed the National Policy Consultation Workshop on Menstrual Hygiene Management, which resulted in strong multi-sector government commitment to advancing MHM in Nepal.

Nepal earthquake: Reviving sanitation - Global Sanitation Fund Lessons

Global Sanitation Fund
Following the devastating 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF)-supported programme and partners underwent a significant learning journey, which has helped revive sanitation in the country. This journey is illustrated in a learning report produced by UN-Habitat, the GSF Executing Agency in Nepal.

WASH Case Studies Series – Nepal

The Nepal WASH Coalition was formed in 2003 to serve a country where less than half of the population uses adequate sanitation facilities. Ranking low on the human poverty index means that Nepal faces major hurdles in ensuring a basic standard of living, including sustainable access to adequate sanitation, for its population. To reach the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for water and sanitation by 2015 would require the construction of at least 14,000 latrines every month until 2015. In this case study, part of the series analyzing individual countries, we examine how the Nepal WASH Coalition has emerged as an advocacy and communications-driven entity through its increased interaction with various media organizations. The result of which is a marked increase in reporting on water, sanitation and hygiene issues in the media, which played an influential part in convincing the Government to endorse WASH programmes. WASH Coalitions are involved in activities ranging from participating in information sharing to advocating specific policy changes and everything in between, with approaches tailored to suit the country it operates in. Each coalition, though, has in common a commitment to addressing the need for improved systematic communication, collaboration, and joint action among sector stakeholders in their country of operation.

National Policy Consultation Workshop on Menstrual Hygiene Management

Equality Learning
The Nepalese Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation (MoWSS), in collaboration with WSSCC hosted a high-level Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Policy Consultation workshop to initiate the development of a policy framework on MHM in Nepal. Workshop process report.