World Toilet Day tomorrow (November 19) is a reminder that over 2.6 billion people lack any form of ‘improved’ sanitation; one-sixth of the world’s population get their water from sources contaminated by human and animal faeces; half of all people in developing countries have an illness related to sanitation and water quality; and every six seconds, a child dies of diarrhoea. (…)
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- Re: Improving the page on "Right to water" (human right to water and sanitation) on Wikipedia - by: abrown March 27, 2017This is a post about updates made to the Human Right to Water and Sanitation page on Wikipedia. Some great strides were made as part of the SuSanA Edit-a-thon. I put a strike-through through changes that were made on the Human Right to Water and Sanitation Talk page under the "Further improvements..." sub-heading. What was done? Elisabeth set in mo […]
- WASHwatch - An information hub and accountability platform for water, sanitation and hygiene - by: AmyKeegan March 27, 2017Hi Elisabeth, I've replied in the other thread which should hopefully bring some clarity and we'll change the way we portray the information so that this doesn't happen again! We have been working with WASHFunders and they are a great resource - they focus mainly on US foundations so we have been working together to link up our resources to sh […]
- What we have done so far in WG7 around MHM - by: CWendland March 27, 2017Dear all, it is an exciting day with the MHM discussion starting today! I wanted to raise your attention on the work we have done so far. In the WASH in Schools story collection, we have a number of stories please see here: www.susana.org/_resources/documents/defa...320-7-1449650781.pdf or you find them in the SuSanA Wiki searching for MHM. We appreciate to […]
- Re: New MHM resources - by: Mintje March 27, 2017Thank you for sharing Ina, I also included some of the documents you mentioned in the preparatory readings below. Looking forward to hear your thoughts on Dr. Marni Sommer's opening post on "Exploring how to address on-going taboos and silence around MHM for girls in School", which is now online under Theme 1: Breaking the taboo around MHM. […]
- Re: Starting Soon: TDS 12 "Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Schools - A neglected issue" - by: Mintje March 27, 2017Dear all, thank you for the expressed interest in our discussion. Dr. Marni Sommer has now started our discussion on Theme 1: Breaking the taboo around MHM. Please follow this link to join the Topic! I'm looking forward to read your replies!
- Re: Improving the page on "Right to water" (human right to water and sanitation) on Wikipedia - by: abrown March 27, 2017
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