A new results report from WSSCC about its Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) shows that the first 100,000 people of a planned 12 million in seven countries have gained access to safe sanitation because of GSF-funded work. In addition, a “Toolkit 101 for Leadership, Action and Change on Sanitation and Hygiene” for sector professionals is one of several new outputs from the recent WSSCC Global Forum on Sanitation and Hygiene in Mumbai, India. See below for more information.
Global Sanitation Fund Progress Report, February 2012
The Global Sanitation Fund is being implemented actively in Cambodia, India,Madagascar, Malawi, Nepal, Senegal and Uganda. In those countries, 68 sub-grantees have deployed a creative range of sanitation and hygiene awareness-raising and promotion activities nationally and in a number of regions. Because of their work, some 102,970 people have access to and are using improved toilets, among other leading indicators of progress. This bi-annual progress report, with a companion video, presents the ongoing results of GSF programme implementation. Download or view by clicking below:
- GSF Progress Report
- Fonds mondial Pour l’assainissement – GSF rapport d’avancement
- GSF Progress Report Video: Bringing Change (7 minutes)
WSSCC DVD Toolkit 101 for Leadership, Action and Change on Sanitation and Hygiene
The popular training courses at the Global Forum in Mumbai have been refashioned as individual learning modules on the “WSSCC Toolkit 101” DVD. The DVD includes six interactive modules: Communication for Behavioural Impact; Community Led Total Sanitation; Inclusive Design;
Monitoring for Equity Using DevInfo; Outcome Mapping; and Sanitation Marketing. In addition, the DVD contains reference materials and other resources from the Forum, including session presentations and videos and a special section on menstrual hygiene management.
To request a copy of the DVD, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An online version of the six training modules is also being developed and will be published shortly.
Insights on Leadership, Action and Change: Final Report from the WSSCC Global Forum on Sanitation and Hygiene
The first-ever WSSCC Global Forum on Sanitation and Hygiene took place in Mumbai, India. From 9-14 October 2011, WSSCC brought together some 500 sanitation and hygiene professionals and WSSCC members, as well as communicators, educators, health professionals, architects, academics, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, leaders and professionals from other disciplines.Insights on Leadership, Action and Change has been developed as a comprehensive work of reference from the event and is centred upon the key themes of the Forum: Leadership, Equity and Inclusion, Behaviour Change, Accelerating Change and Partnerships. It also builds upon the aide memoir entitled Highlights of the Forum report, published immediately in October 2011. Download or view:
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