3 April 2014
More than half of the Namibian population lacks access to improved sanitation – a situation which is said to be directly linked to the recent cholera outbreak in the country. This was revealed by Unicef Namibia representative Micaela Marques de Sousa during the opening of the Southern Africa Regional Meeting on improving sanitation. The three-day workshop, themed Community-led Approach to Scaling Up Sanitation Coverage and Sustainable Hygiene Behaviour Change, which comes just seven weeks after the last case of cholera was reported in the country, will provide an opportunity to address the sanitation crisis.
3 April 2014
In an effort to forge greater commitment and action to address sanitation, sanitation practitioners and experts from the Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe, the USA and South Africa met in Windhoek from the 1-3rd April for a three-day workshop.
26 March 2014
The District Governments of Timor Tengah Selatan (TTS) and Timor Tengah Utara (TTU) in East Nusa Tenggara Province have been presented with MDG Awards by the National Government of Indonesia under the category of Access to Decent Sanitation.
25 March 2014
Article about the way women have taken leadership roles in CLTS efforts in Nigeria.
26 February 2014

On Monday 24th February 2014, Concern Universal commenced a four-day intensive training of traine

11 February 2014

The Nigerian Federal Government has reiterated its determination to further design life changing

3 February 2014

ELRHA – (Enhancing Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance) is launching a series of ch

15 January 2014

The Project Manager of the Osun Rural Water Environmental Sanitation Agency (RUWESA) Alhaji Posi

15 January 2014

WASHCost  was a  five-year action research program implemented by the International Water and San

8 January 2014

Pakistan faces a crisis that threatens the lives of millions of Pakistanis every year.


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