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Information letter 2 – Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and San...

Equality
Since its launch in March 2014, the joint programme on ”Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation” has been dedicated to making women’s voices heard and contributing to making their rights a reality, especially the human right to water and sanitation. In just a few months, several large projects have been launched. The study carried out in June in the Louga region of Senegal was one of the first successes. It marks an important milestone because it documents how the lack of suitable facilities affects the everyday lives of women and girls in this region in a very specific way. In this second information letter, we present this survey’s main conclusions and give you an overview of the programme’s different activities and the emerging synergies that will help improve menstrual hygiene management.Programme Conjoint « Genre, Hygiène et Assainissement », Lettre d’information n°2, août 2014: Cette deuxième lettre d’information vous propose de découvrir les principales conclusions de l’étude de Louga ainsi que de faire un tour d’horizon des différentes activités du programme et des synergies qui se font jour pour améliorer la gestion de l’hygiène menstruelle en Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre. Cliquez ci-dessous pour télécharger la lettre.

The Road to Total Sanitation: Notes from a field trip and worksho...

WSSCC General
The aim of this learning and sharing exercise was to: explore partners' activities on rural sanitation especially, but not limited to, CLTS, Sanitation Marketing and PHAST; build consensus on the key components needed to take CLTS and Sanitation Marketing to scale with equity and sustainability; further explore collaboration, linkages, and partnerships; and make recommendations on how to scale up which are transferable across all countries in the region. These notes reflect the conclusions, recommendations, and lessons learnt from this trip. They are based on a two-day workshop that was held directly following a field trip visiting various projects in Tanzania.