Within the focus area (speerpunt) “water” of Dutch development cooperation policy, there are two key strands: improving integrated water resources management (IWRM) and the provision of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. At policy level, relevant linkages between these two areas are...
Ghana Youth Environment Network (GYEM), in collaboration with WaterAid Ghana and the Resource Centre Network (RCN) invites you to the learning and sharing meeting on the above theme. GYEM will lead the discussion with support from WaterAid Ghana under the advocacy for WASH Based Climate Adaptation...
Civil Society Organisations in the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector have called upon the African Ministerial Council on Water (AMCOW) to take action to ensure universal access to sustainable services, leaving no one behind.
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.
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.
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.
Next year the Millennium Development Goals will make way for their successors: the Sustainable Development Goals. What does this mean for global development? What should the new targets include? Organisations working in water, sanitation and hygiene closely follow the making of the new agenda.
Eliza Anyangwe du Guardian s’entretient avec le directeur général d’IRC Patrick Moriarty sur le financement par les bailleurs et la défaillance à grande échelle des projets d’eau à court terme – constatée partout dans le monde.
A joint letter from private sector, civil society and academic organisations was sent to the United Nations' Open Working Group with one firm message: Let's work together to finish the unfinished business of the MDGs and strive far beyond to a future of universal access to water, sanitation and...
THE HAGUE, 28 May 2014 – Water and sanitation remain a priority for the Dutch Government. For the coming years 100 million dollars a year has been budgeted to improve access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) promotion.