The GSF works with schools and the broader education sector to achieve sustainable sanitation and hygiene for all
On International Women’s Day, Chris Williams writes that there is more to adding women to the workplace; they need an enabling space
In the second of a seven-part series for WASH practitioners, we explore the nuances of slippage and its impact on communities.
The analysis provides recommendations on the methodology that the GSF can use to better track VfM aspects within supported programmes.
WSSCC and Mzuzu University are holding a joint 3-week thematic discussion on linking water, sanitation and hygiene to other development sectors.
Three Traditional Authorities supported by GSF-funded programme in Malawi recently celebrated becoming open defecation free.
WSSCC and the Mzuzu University are holding a joint 3-week thematic online discussion on applied research in WASH.
In June, July and August WSSCC reached out to its members and partners in 16 countries through dedicated national consultations.
Sessions addressed key issues and provided recommendations for action required to achieve universal and equitable access to WASH.
DAPP is a non-profit organization working on sanitation activities related to the GSF-supported programme in Malawi.
On the ground and in communities, Sub-grantees are the lifeblood of Global Sanitation Fund (GSF)-supported country programmes.