To celebrate World Toilet Day, let’s talk sanitation systems not just toilets.
Can mapping faecal sludge flows secure a city's future?
Did you know poverty is both a cause and a consequence of disability?
In this rapidly urbanising world, how can we help improve sanitation for many living in cities?
Around the world, fewer than one in three people have access to adequate sanitation. We want to change that.
The IRC SanPack resource package covers the whole sanitation life-cycle, from preparing a site to the productive use of toilet contents.
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.
Presenting data differently can boost pro-poor policies and emphasise reaching everyone.
Imagine a woman born and raised in the rural side of Ethiopia, with a deep desire to improve health conditions of her children, family as well as...
Every day BRAC WASH programme staff get into communities to organise group meetings and go from door to door to advance the concepts of hygienic latrines, safe water and cleanliness.