Community management is the common model for rural water supply, but it has limitations, particularly when it comes to the ability to sustain services over the long-term. In an effort to identify what works and what doesn't when it comes to community management, the Community Water Plus project is...
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) are widely seen as an emerging avenue for citizens to hold service providers and government accountable for rural water services. But what evidence suggests ICTs can lead to greater social accountability? And what underlying factors influence the...
The Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) shared baseline data on functionality and service levels of existing rural water and small town water facilities in about six regions at the Ghana Rural Water Forum in Accra on October 7, 2015.
Hours after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the end of the Ebola epidemic in West-Afirca, Sierra Leone confirmed a new death. It's not over for the hardest hit continent after two years of struggle.
A new year with fresh resolutions. One of 2015 big highlights was the Climate Top in Paris. Now that 196 countries have come to an agreement, what happens next? How will countries follow up on their promises? And how is this related to WASH? Some of the basics in one overview.
As Uganda gets ready for a general election slated for February 2016, Members of Parliament seeking re-election have been challenged to address WASH issues and include them in their individual and political party manifestos.
People with disabilities in developing countries are less likely to attend school, have access to medical services, or have their voices heard in society. Today the world observes International Day of Persons with Disabilities.