Around the world, fewer than one in three people have access to adequate sanitation. We want to change that.
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Dutch organisations lobby for a credible plan to realise the 2020 sanitation targets.
On 20 September 2018 the municipality of Bogura and IRC signed a groundbreaking MoU.
Join the debate organised by India Sanitation Coalition and partners in Mumbai on 18 November.
IRC and UNICEF showcase the latest on practice and theory in the WASH in Schools Index.
Expert panel calls for equal attention to both infrastructure provision and maintenance.
This WASH Talk episode discusses the creative solutions Simavi and Aqua for All use in Africa.
Submit your AfricaSan5 session for subtheme 3 on monitoring by 12 October!
Conclusions from an intensive two day national symposium held from 20-21 September 2018.
Banker Naina Lal Kidwai is our guest in the latest WASH Talk podcast.
A case study on the use of IRC's faecal waste calculator tool in a Delhi slum.
Tourism-related economic losses from inadequate sanitation are estimated to be US$ 266 million.
Achieving SDG6 needs continued dedication but sometimes appreciation of hard work is welcome.
IRC participates in the City Pier City Run to raise funds for toilets in Burkina Faso
Programme helps innovations get support from government, companies, experts and impact investors.
Ethiopia's regions are promoting sanitation marketing following the national guidelines to drive up...
How stakeholders should work together to end open defecation.
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Too little attention is paid to the impact of solid waste on water and sanitation.
Let's focus on who pays for what all along the sanitation service delivery chain.
Inspired by World Water Week 2018 we talked with Cheryl Hicks of the Toilet Board Coalition about attracting alternative finance into the sanitation...
An interview with award winning entrepreneur Eelco Osse on zero waste innovation.
Behaviours learned at school, like washing hands, stay with students for the rest of their lives and will influence those around them. The Ethiopian...
What is needed to promote behaviour change along the sanitation value chain? Report of a WASH Debate.
What would universal access to water and sanitation look like by 2030?
Experts meet to discuss reaching a consensus on what the evidence tells us.
Presenting data differently can boost pro-poor policies and emphasise reaching everyone.
Half of the sales agents in the USAID Transform WASH project in Ethiopia are women.
Due to the absence of active and participatory platforms for coordination, WASH sector actors – woreda head, offices of women and children's affairs...
"People used to make fun of me saying, 'Do you really expect us to pay 350 birr for this toy you molded while we can get it for free?'" says Tesfaye...
Dutch-funded programmes collectively develop capacity to free one million people from open defecation.
Budget cuts could prevent the country becoming open defecation free by 2019.
It's the final day of the design summit, and we're all a bit weary but energized to see the fruits of all this labor. When we started our 10-day...
Day 6 at the USAID Transform WASH Design Summit began like every day, with Morning Circle. This is a moment to set the mood, reflect, have a bit of...
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