Water, sanitation and hygiene in arid and semi-arid lands: What can we learn from the DREAM ASAL Conference 2019?

12/11/19 Florencia Rieiro

From 29th September to 3rd October the DREAM ASAL (Development of Resilience...

Why are support mechanisms in rural sanitation programming important?

01/11/19 Elaine Mercer

In this blog I give recommendations for introducing additional support mechanisms into...

Nine ideas for gender transformative WASH programming

27/06/19 Elaine Mercer

This blog offers advice for practitioners wanting to apply gender transformative approaches...

Practitioner tips: transforming harmful gender norms in WASH with traditional leaders

26/06/19 Elaine Mercer

Traditional leaders hold a great amount of power in many communities especially...

Crossing continents: what can India and Africa learn from each other?

11/04/19 Robert Chambers

These reflections have been provoked by two occasions. The first was in...

Blog 3 of 3: Accelerating improved sanitation in Africa through market based approaches

19/03/19 Jamie Myers & Brooke Yamakoshi

Last November UNICEF’s West and Central Africa Regional Office, Supply Division and...

Blog 2 of 3: Sharing the SHAWN Project Experience in Nigeria

12/02/19 Zaid Jurji & Bioye Ogunjobi

Last November UNICEF’s West and Central Africa Regional Office, Supply Division and...

Blog 1 of 3: Opportunities for market shaping in West and Central Africa

06/02/19 Jolly Ann Maulit et al

Last November UNICEF’s West and Central Africa Regional Office, Supply Division and...