This is the score CAWST’s sanitation experts gave for the Bollywood film Toilet: Ek Prem Katha or Toilet: A Love Story, which they reviewed for World Toilet Day. Read the full review by CAWST Communications and Engagement Officer Holly Claeys.
Dr. Jay Graham has videos about his research on WASH, zoonotic diseases, indoor air pollution and other issues on his YouTube Channel.
How can a program design rural sanitation financial support to reach the most disadvantaged? (Webinar)
Hosted by the Cambodian Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Sub-Group (RuSH), this interactive webinar will discuss how different programs have tried to design rural sanitation subsidies to reach the poorest.
Examples will be shared from India, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Cambodia. Rapid presentations will be followed by discussion questions and polls for participants to share their rural sanitation knowledge with others.
The World Bank, USAID, UNICEF and SuSanA are hosting this webinar to present and discuss an emerging rural sanitation challenge. The main audience for the webinar is government staff and others working in countries with high rates of open defecation and unhygienic sanitation who want to learn more about how to reach the Sustainable Development Goals.
June 29th 2017 – 8pm Manila | 3pm Nairobi | 1pm Lagos & London | 8am NYC | 7am Lima
SFD toolbox. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance, January 2017. An excreta flow diagram (also often described as shit flow diagram, SFD) is a tool to readily understand and communicate visualizing how excreta physically flows through a city or town.
Here you can find out more about the SFD methods and tools. The guidance documents include:
These are all currently under development and meanwhile the draft versions are available.
The MOOC course that this is a part of started again on Coursera this week.
Creative and passionate cartoonists from around the world were invited to illustrate some of the major challenges in providing sustainable water and sanitation services for all, through the lens of humor and more importantly, to envision solutions for a water-secure world for all. Check out their work: www.worldbank.org/water