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Maria Mutagamba, Retired Honorable Minister of Water & Environment, is referred to as “Mama WASH Africa” due to her passion for WASH work in Africa.

“We must speed up the pace and work together to achieve our goals, which are the same as the SDGs,” said Minister Ravatomanga at the workshop.

Minister Barmou Salifou opened the WSSCC consultation workshop and stayed on to witness an institutional triggering.

Minister of Health Alassane Séidou stressed the commitment of the government to increase its contribution to the sanitation & hygiene sector.

The discussions focused on the many challenges the sanitation sub-sector faces, the need to get new leadership more involved as well as water supply issues.

The workshop also provided a platform for a sector discussion on the commitments, challenges, institutions & systems in Togo.

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10 reasons to partner with the Global Sanitation Fund

Global Sanitation Fund
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