Statement from Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, Minister of Health, Government of Uganda We are a decade away from 2030 and well off-track to achieve the sanitation and hygiene related targets of SDG 6.2. These targets must be pursued for the good of all, but particularly and urgently to prepare nations to better respond to outbreaks […]
Through peer-to-peer learning, the Global Sanitation Fund is harnessing the immense amount of knowledge.
WSSCC will engage actively in WASH Futures: Collaboration for Universal WASH 2018, which takes place 5-9 March in Brisbane, Australia.
WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund has supported 13 countries to enable 15 million people to end open defecation
The WASH sector, Africa and Uganda have lost a passionate, highly respected and influential member of society
The GSF supports partners to address the global sanitation and hygiene crisis, so that everyone can enjoy healthy and productive lives.
For SWA’s HLMs 2017 Chris Williams argues that governments should be investing in disease prevention
The dangers of open defecation are explained in the campaign, with messages delivered by local celebrities
Obanliku Local Government Area (LGA) in Cross River State, Nigeria is the first of the 774 LGAs in the country to achieve open defecation free (ODF) status
We list some of our studies that evidence the links between poor sanitation and psycho-social stress
The universal nature of psycho social stress related to poor or inadequate sanitation is raised in this webinar