Making health a right for all

Making health a right for all 6 Jun 2014 | Action for Global Health and WaterAid

Why Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) must be included in a comprehensive definition of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) - and how this can be done.
An opportunity not to be missed

An opportunity not to be missed 19 Aug 2013 | Nepal | Yael Velleman (WaterAid), Katie Greenland (LSHTM) and Om Prasad Gautam (LSHTM)

Vaccination as an entry point for hygiene promotion and diarrhoeal disease reduction in Nepal. Full report and briefing note available to download in English and Portuguese.
Scaling up MTUMBA report

Scaling up Mtumba report 21 Aug 2013 | Tanzania

Outcome and impact monitoring for scaling up Mtumba sanitation and hygiene participatory approach in Tanzania
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Integrating HIV, AIDS & WASH programming in Nigeria 10 Apr 2013 | Countries: Nigeria | Authors: WaterAid Nigeria

HIV, AIDS and WASH programmes have usually been implemented separately, but because of the WASH needs of PLHA, it is becoming increasingly important that both programmes are integrated.
WASHing away blinding trachoma report

WASHing away blinding trachoma 22 Apr 2013 | Country: International | Helen Hamilton and Yael Velleman

Policy briefing on blinding trachoma, and the role of water, sanitation and hygiene in its prevention and elimination. Published by Sightsavers and WaterAid.

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Undernutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene 30 Jul 2013 | Country: International | Authors: Isabelle Pugh and Yael Velleman

Undernutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) briefing note explaining the links between WASH and undernutrition. It also details current and forthcoming evidence and provides recommendations for the post-2015 development framework. Published by SHARE and WaterAid.

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Hygiene framework 18 Dec 2012 | Countries: International | Authors: Erik Harvey, Mara van den Bold and Richard Carter

Setting out a framework for hygiene promotion and behaviour change in the countries where WaterAid works.

Counting the cost: Poor progress on sanitation in South Asia 1 Jul 2012 | Country: International | Author: WaterAid UK

Diarrhoea is the leading cause of child deaths in South Asia. Universal access targets have been set in the region and changes made, yet governments are still failing to act with the urgency required. At current rates of progress, the 2015 MDG target for sanitation will not be met in South Asia until 2043 – 28 years too late.