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Dutch organisations lobby for a credible plan to realise the 2020 sanitation targets.
Study demands strong accountability mechanisms for countries to stay on track with WASH targets.
"The award contributed to WASH in ways beyond my imagination" - we talked with Benti Ejeta from...
Online humanitarian Question&Answer [Q&A] forum KnowledgePoint is modernising in its user...
IRC joins workshop on a common advocacy agenda to achieve water and sanitation for all.
An advocacy tool for civil society launching soon.
NGOs call for effective parliamentary supervision of Dutch-funded water initiatives.
The Watershed partnership's integrated approach to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6.
Going for long-term results requires persistence and courage.
Exploring budget allocations and expenditure by national, state and district authorities for Odisha...
In Uganda, World Water Day 2017 was marked with a colourful event at Bugema University.
A young storyteller will carry on the work to which our late colleague dedicated so much of his...
The human right to water and water quality are two focus areas for Watershed in Mali says Mrs...
We rely on complex systems, but we are "systems blind".
The first lady of Burkina Faso has pledged her support for the "Fasotoilettes 2017" campaign.
A reflection on the challenges and successes during the inception phase of Watershed - empowering...
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Continuing our pursuit to secure the human right to water and sanitation with an inspirational event at the Peace Palace.
In the process of writing the Multi-annual Country Strategies: does the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs consider the WASH strategy?
What would universal access to water and sanitation look like by 2030?
41 timeless stories that showcase our complex relationship to water; a precious resource that unites us all.
Achieving political commitment to the sustainable delivery of WASH services is generally not the problem. It is making governments realise that this...
The critical decisions facing SWA, the Sanitation and Water for All partnership.
Sharing advocacy practices and challenges, and making connections.
What would happen if we outlawed and started to punish open air defecation in Burkina Faso?
Increasing interest in the Agenda for Change and investments in the systems approach.
How a story about an Indian sanitation entrepreneur became a hit.
We cannot do it alone. Reflections from the 7th Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN) Forum.
IRC Burkina Faso saw the election campaign as the ideal opportunity to bring water and sanitation to the forefront.
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) and the national governments jointly prepare for the implementation of...
Roel Blesgraaf looks back on day 2 of the Africa Water Week.
Watershed strategic partnership seeks allies to build a strong civil society.
I was just at the Professional Women in Advocacy Conference . As I looked around the room, I realized it was the first professional conference where...
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