Publications from WaterAid Bangladesh

WaterAid SitRep: Emergency Response to Displaced Myanmar Nationals

Since 28 September 2017, WaterAid has been on the ground, responding to the emergency WASH needs of displaced Myanmar nationals in camps in Kutupalong, Cox’s Bazar.

This is a weekly situational report on our activities and engagement. As the crisis continues, we are working around the clock with other aid agencies and the government to ensure safe water, sanitation and hygiene for public health. 

Download: SitRep WaterAid 12 November 2017SipRep WaterAid 5 November 2017SitRep WaterAid 29 October 2017 ;  SitRep WaterAid 22 October 2017SitRep WaterAid 15 October 2017 

Promoting Environmental Health for Urban Poor Project Overview

Promoting Environmental Health for the Urban Poor (PEHUP) is a ground-breaking project focusing on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for the urban poor. Funded by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), and led by WaterAid Bangladesh in partnership with four partners- Dushtha Shasthya Kendra (DSK), Concerned Women for Family Development (CWFD), Nabolok and Association for Realization of Basic Needs (ARBAN)- the project targeted improving overall environmental health through working with slum residents, local authorities and service providers towards sustainable solutions... For details click HERE

Book of abstracts and convention brief. Rainwater Harvesting 3rd Bangladesh Convention

It is with great pleasure that I pen this foreword for Book of Abstracts on the occasion of 3rd Bangladesh convention on rainwater harvesting. This book is the culmination of the hard work of a number of experts who have long been championing the rainwater harvesting, and reflects a growing body of knowledge that is indigenous, experiential, and of fundamental importance to the sustainability of our country’s scarce water resources.. For details click HERE

WaterAid Bangladesh Brochure

WaterAid has been operating in Bangladesh since 1986 as one of the lead actors in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector, and is well experienced in innovating, scaling up and managing large scale projects targeting poor, vulnerable and excluded people. It has been registered with NGO Affairs Bureau since 1996. The geographic focus of WaterAid Bangladesh includes urban slums, hard-to-reach areas and eco-hazardous zones such as hill tract and hillocks, dry and arid barind tract, salinity-prone coastal belt, haor and flood-prone chars. For details click HERE

Prospects, Principles and Practice of Urban Rainwater Harvesting in Bangladesh

Urban areas of Bangladesh are facing an ironical situation today. On one hand there is the acute water scarcity and on the other, the streets are often waterlogged during the monsoons. This has led to serious problems with quality and quantity of groundwater. To solve the problem of urban areas, the systematic development of rainwater harvesting system is a demand at present.

WaterAid Bangladesh​ publishes a book titled "Prospects, Principles and Practice of Urban Rainwater Harvesting in Bangladesh: A Guidebook for Professionals, Practitioners and Students" to come out as systematic guideline of Urban Rainwater Harvesting in Bangladesh. For details click HERE

(This book is also available at ResearchGate: www.researchgate.net/publication/301230534)


WAB Country Programme Strategy 2016-2021

WaterAid Bangladesh launched country programme strategy 2016-2021 on 11 February, 2016. Country program strategy is the strategy document that will guide the programmatic approaches, design, partnerships and delivery mechanism of WaterAid Bangladesh in the next five years. Under this programme strategy WaterAid Bangladesh is to address WASH as a much more integrated component of overall development and achieving SDG 6 of which zero open defecation is only the beginning. For details click HERE


Book of Abstracts Journey to ZERO

Towards the end of open defecation in Bangladesh. The road to faecal sludge management in Bangladesh. Review of legal and other governing factors related to faecal sludge management in Bangladesh. Sanitation entrepreneurs development and linking micro finance.