Although poor access to appropriate WASH services is not the root cause of violence, it can increase individuals’ vulnerability to violence. The SHARE Consortium’s toolkit is intended to help WASH and associated practitioners to better recognise the risks of violence linked to WASH and to encourage WASH practitioners to recognise their capacity to make WASH safer and more effective. You can view the toolkit at http://violence-wash.lboro.ac.uk. Sarah House, Suzanne Ferron, Dr Marni Sommer and Sue Cavill prepared the publication on behalf of WaterAid, with contributions from a wide range of people from 27 organisations (see below). It was funded by the UK Department for International Development through the SHARE Consortium, and has received strong backing from WASH, gender and gender-based violence global communities of practice, and the UK Government. For more information on the toolkit contact Sue Cavill, SHARE Research Manager, WaterAid, at [email protected].