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Girls and boys uniform at Katapazi school in Zambia.

Sanitation and gender – looking beyond the binary 25 Jul 2017

Research has shown that the issue of transgender and intersex access to sanitation is under-addressed in the water, sanitation and hygiene development sector. Andrés Hueso and Priya Nath of WaterAid UK and Mamata Dash of WaterAid India, discuss the human rights issues at the heart of the matter, and what could be done.

Women collecting water

Mineral rights to human rights: mobilising resources from the extractive industries in Ghana 31 Jul 2017

A new report from WaterAid and Oxford Policy Management (OPM), Mineral rights to human rights shows the pressing need to channel more financial resources into Ghana’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector. Abdul-Nashiru Mohammed, Country Director at WaterAid Ghana, and John Garrett, WaterAid’s Senior Policy Analyst for Development Finance, explain the major challenge this represents for the Government and the country’s development partners.