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BRAC to contribute to Sanitation Updates with sanitation initiatives

In the WASH programme of BRAC adolescent girls get together in a peer cluster meeting once every two months to discuss topics such as menstrual hygiene. Photo: Christine Sijbesma, IRC.

BRAC has an extensive WASH progamme which aims to bring sustainable water and sanitation services to over 37 million people in Bangladesh.

The IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre has been supporting BRAC’s WASH programmes with technical assistance since 2007. The organization has recently been contracted to support the 2nd phase of BRAC’s WASH Programme with monitoring, action-research and knowledge-sharing for the next five years.

BRAC will be supporting IRC’s contributions to Sanitation Updates, with news and information regarding sanitation initiatives around the world.

Learn more about BRAC’s WASH programme at www.brac.net/content/environment-water-sanitation-hygiene

Read how IRC is supporting BRAC at www.irc.nl/page/69649

2011 in review

This blog was viewed about 180,000 times in 2011. Read more in the 2011 annual report for Sanitation Updates, which was autmatically generated by WordPress.com.

Sanitation Updates has 1,000 subscribers! Introducing SaniTweets

“Sanitation Updates is the first thing I read in the morning”, says Murat Sahin, Advisor, WASH in Schools at UNICEF.

Murat doesn’t mention if this is before or after he has breakfast – some of the 1,800 posts published since Dan Campbell began the blog in 2008 can spoil your appetite.

 

Murat is now one of over 1,000 subscribers to this blog, as the little reader counter icon on our home page indicates.

To mark this milestone we have launched SaniTweets and E-Source Sanitation News. SaniTweets is a public Twitter list feed, collecting live updates from 30 key sanitation initiatives, organisations and experts. The ten most recent Tweets appear in the left-hand column of the blog. If you want a SaniTweets RSS feed for your website, blog or news reader, use this link.

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