Published on Sep 12, 2014 -“Behind The Data: The People Who Make Research Happen” is a short documentary, highlighting the work that was done in rural communities by the people who were instrumental in collecting and recording data for a sanitation-based research project. We aim to show the fundamental value of each person’s role in achieving the ultimate research objectives.
- SuSanA webinar: Ghana private sector actors facilitate innovations, learning and knowledge management in sanitation 18th December 14:00 (GMT) - by: conniebenjamin December 18, 2017Many thanks to all who attended, and to Ama and Simon for their great presentations! The discussion afterwards was fantastic. If you have any comments or questions we didn't have a chance to discuss feel free to post them here or to send me an email. I will post a link to the webinar recording here as soon as it is available. Thanks again, Connie This e […]
- From missing market incentives to misaligned incentives What is choking India’s rural sanitation progress? - by: Marijn Zandee December 18, 2017Interesting discussion. I have been meaning to write a longer contribution, but can't find the time. So this quick rhetorical question will have to do. I think one issue related to an enabling environment is how well the government (at all levels) holds up "their end of the deal". By which I mean, how well is sewage treatment, pit emptying, FS […]
- Impact of Poor Sanitation on the Height of Children - by: F H Mughal December 18, 2017Dear Mr. Charles, Can you share with us the data on stunting in Tanzania? Also, what is the percentage of open defecation (OD) in Tanzania, and how the government is solving the problem of OD? Regards, F H Mughal
- Impact of Poor Sanitation on the Height of Children - by: Mnyororo December 18, 2017Very interested thing you have shared with us, In Tanzania also we are fighting against poor sanitation and hygiene practices, there some of the media are now promoting good practices on sanitation and hygiene in order to disseminate information all over the country, their most emphasizing on the community to prioritize construction of improved toilets at th […]
- USAID Transftrom WASH Program - by: Gizesh December 18, 2017Thanks for the document on the financial model. Please keep us with the updates of the program , I am really interested to follow the program and see better WASH products and service in my community.
- SuSanA webinar: Ghana private sector actors facilitate innovations, learning and knowledge management in sanitation 18th December 14:00 (GMT) - by: conniebenjamin December 18, 2017