• Playing our part: WaterAid prepares for the Sanitation and Water for All high-level meetings

    Delegates at the High Level Meeting, Washington, April 2012.
    Posted 10 Apr 2017 by Ibrahim Musah

    The Sanitation and Water for All high-level meetings later this month are an opportunity to drive progress towards reaching everyone everywhere by 2030. In the lead up, WaterAid is aiming to catalyse conversations around improved sector efficiency and effectiveness. Ibrahim Musah, WaterAid’s former Regional Advocacy Manager for West Africa, explains how.

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  • Moving from ‘why’ to ‘how’: integrating WASH and nutrition for improved child health

    A woman shows the crops she's grown in Antsirabe, Madagascar.
    Posted 3 Apr 2017 by Megan Wilson-Jones

    To meet the Sustainable Development Goals on nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) we will need better integration. To help maximise our impact on nutrition, WaterAid has produced new guidance on planning WASH programmes through a nutrition lens. Megan Wilson-Jones, Policy Analyst for Health and Hygiene, walks us through some of the guidance’s key tips for integration.

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  • Time to keep the promises of achieving sanitation and water for all

    Health Extension Worker Maritu says life has changed for the better with clean water at the health post.
    Posted 16 Mar 2016 by Barbara Frost

    The Sanitation and Water for All Ministerial meeting in Ethiopia is a chance for key sector partners to share best practice, celebrate successes and regroup around the Global Goal to reach everyone with water and sanitation. Barbara Frost, WaterAid’s Chief Executive, considers the vital opportunities and issues on the table.

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  • Changing behaviour to achieve water and sanitation for all

    Sanitation and Water for All Four Collaborative Behaviours
    Posted 8 Oct 2015 by Clare Battle

    WaterAid’s Policy Analyst, Clare Battle, explores four new behaviours that are set to change the way organisations in the water and sanitation sector collaborate to provide sanitation, water and hygiene for everyone everywhere by 2030.

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