IRC country director of Uganda, Jane Nabunnya Mulumba reflects back on 2014 and sets her goals for the coming year: building on the legacy of Triple-S and reaching the national targets for water and sanitation coverage
Save the date! IRC Event March 4th, 2015, 17.00-18.30, The Hague. This year, the Sustainable Development Goals will be agreed upon by the UN Member States. Come and discuss what is new, what is different and what does it mean for the different organisations working in the sector. Go to our Events...
The long-awaited date for the fourth AfricaSan has been confirmed: May 2015. This path-breaking conference will this year continue to raise the priority of sanitation amongst the new generation of political leaders.
IRC, in partnership with Royal Haskoning-DHV is supporting the implementation of the Extension and Improvement of Water Supply Services in Chuquiaguillo, La Paz, Bolivia. The contribution of IRC is in strengthening the institutional capacity of the utility, EPSAS (Public and Social Water and...
We have started the final year for reaching the Millennium Development Goals, including the one aiming to provide safe water for and access to sanitation for half the world population. The Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme of BRAC is one of the largest sanitation implementation...
WHO is launching a global plan of action to improve access to WASH at all health care facilities. This kind of intersectoral collaboration is set to become a major theme in the post-2015 development agenda.
Behaviour change lies at the heart of the BRAC WASH programme, which reaches half the rural population of Bangladesh, using an equity-based approach and sustained intensive interaction, based on 'selling not telling'.
This is how the BRAC WASH programme (2006-2015) is achieving lasting behaviour change and transforming hygiene, sanitation and water services with half the rural population of Bangladesh, using an equity-based approach and sustained intensive interaction.
The post-2015 Millennium Development Goals should include access to water and sanitation in schools, clinics and the work place. This was stated by IRC and Simavi during a networking event on Thursday 4 December at the Mauritshuis in The Hague.
Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are essential to daily life and overall development, but, they are often not the top priority of the media. IRC and RNTC joined hands to train journalists and communications specialists how to tell compelling stories about WASH.
Good news from Ghana! IRC Ghana and its contribution to help build Ghana's rural water monitoring seems to be going very well. "Indeed, we are firmly on the path to support the establishment of a national system for rural water monitoring in Ghana", says country director Vida Duti.
Triple-S has been leading a process of active innovation and experimentation in Ghana (as well as in other countries). This involves running a number of experiments (five in Ghana and seven in Uganda) spanning the range of areas where innovative approaches to current challenges have been identified.
Triple-S has been leading a process of active innovation and experimentation in Uganda (as well as in other countries). This involves running a number of experiments spanning the range of areas where innovative approaches to current challenges have been identified.