The 2018 International Menstrual Hygiene Day commemoration in Uganda started off with a one-day symposium in Kampala, during which actors were advised to take the MHM message to girls and women outside the school context.
On behalf of the National Sanitation Working Group, IRC Uganda and the Uganda Sanitation Fund (USF) organised a learning journey to Lira and Alebtong districts. The purpose was to enable members of the group to learn more about Follow Up MANDONA method and the improvement of sanitation in both...
On 17 March, IRC made a key presentation on factors that enhance and hinder effective WASH in school programs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague. This was for a Kenyan delegation from Nakuru who were in the Netherlands for the Football for Water programme.
Handwashing with soap is still the most effective way to reduce the spread of diarrheal infections. Today on Global handwashing day, hygiene and sanitation expert Alana Potter talks about key messages from IRC's experience how to make hygiene promotion work.
As a result of Africasan Award for Youth going to Maji na Ufanisi for its work with Kongowea Youth, Mombasa County Government has decided to invest $2 milllion within the next one year to extend the initiative of youth managing WASH.