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WaterAid and Coca-Cola Bangladesh launched Climate Resilient Sanitation Facilities in Schools project24 Apr 2017

WaterAid Bangladesh and Coca-Cola Bangladesh on 24 April 2017 launched a project to build climate resilient sanitation facilities in secondary schools of Shyamnagar under Satkhira district in the Southwest region of Bangladesh. The project aims to raise awareness in the community about water, sanitation and hygiene and will directly impact 18,000 school students and 5,000 people living in the school vicinities.

Watershed – Empowering Citizens programme launched in Bangladesh28 Mar 2017

Watershed – Empowering Citizens, a five-year long policy and advocacy strengthening programme, was launched today in Dhaka on 28 March 2017. The progamme aims to improve governance for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and integrated water resource management (IWRM) through strengthening civil society organisations so that all citizens, including the most marginalised, can benefit from sustainable services.

3rd Bangladesh Convention on Rainwater Harvesting9 Mar 2017

WaterAid Bangladesh in collaboration with International Training Network (ITN-BUET), Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and RAiN Form has organised the 3rd Bangladesh Convention on Rainwater Harvesting (RWH). The day-long convention took place on 9 March 2017 at city's Lakeshore Hotel with the aim of promoting rainwater harvesting as a sustainable solution to water scarcity, and explore ideas, technological potentials, practices and experiences on RWH.

The fastest growing megacity Dhaka gets three more public toilets10 Jan 2017

As an ongoing initiative under the SUNRISE project, WaterAid Bangladesh in association with Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) and Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) has launched three more modern public toilets at Muktangon Park, Tejgaon Truck Stand and Panthakunja Park of the capital.

FSM Convention 2016 explores new horizon in development11 Dec 2016

'FSM Convention 2016' with the slogan "Faecal Sludge management: New Frontier in Development" was organised by Bangladesh Faecal Sludge Management (FSM Network) to share, learn and highlight national work and progress on FSM. The daylong conference took place on 8 December 2016 at the city's LGED Auditorium of LGED Bhaban, with the aim of ensuring a safe and sustainable FSM system in Bangladesh for improved public health and living environment for all by 2030.