All in a Clay’s Work for Clean Water With Ceramic Pot Filters

April 16, 2019  |  by

This story was originally published on the CAWST blog. To view the original story, click here. By Ana Hoepfner In partnership with Potters for Peace, CAWST co-developed a hands-on course in Ceramic Pot Filter production, and last September we co-facilitated it together at Adamah Art Studios in Dodgeville, Wisconsin, USA. We designed this two-week intensive course…

Can Selling Water and Sanitation Services to People Living in Poverty be Inclusive and Equitable?

March 22, 2019  |  by

Oxfam GB’s Senior Advisor on WASH Market Development, outlines the debate that took place at this year’s Water & Health Conference, and summarises the key areas where differing perspectives came together. This article was originally published by Oxfam, to view the original article, click here. By Tom Wildman  Market-based approaches to water and sanitation have grown…

Opportunities for market shaping in West and Central Africa

March 5, 2019  |  by

Last November UNICEF’s West and Central Africa Regional Office, Supply Division and WASH Programme Division convened a regional sanitation industry consultation in Abuja, Nigeria. The consultation brought together 100+ representatives from industry, financial institutions, governments and development partners. This blog is part of a series focused on the discussions held on market shaping – including…

Center for Disaster Philanthropy Issue Insight on WASH

February 27, 2019  |  by

Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) has compiled a brief Issue Insight on WASH, tailored to funders focused on how funders can support safe access to water in disasters. This issue brief was originally published on CDP’s website. To view the original story, click here. Water is one of the most necessary elements for life, yet…

Partnerships are Essential to Establish Disability-Inclusive WASH Programmes

February 11, 2019  |  by

This article was originally published on World Visions’s Asia P3 Hub. To view the original article, click here  By Karen Hobday Millions of people around the world are in a situation where safe drinking water is a luxury rather than provided as a basic human right. People with disabilities face even greater challenges when it…

SUSTAINABLE WASH FINANCE SERIES: Private Sector, Will You Dance?

January 22, 2019  |  by

This story is part of our article series on sustainable WASH finance and was originally published on the Toiletboard blog. To view the original story, click here.  By John Sauer With 2020 on the doorstep, the global sanitation “toilet” community is becoming all too aware that without significant, annual changes in progress, there will be no…

SUSTAINABLE WASH FINANCE SERIES: Ambitious Agenda, Ambitious Financing? UNGA Shows a Long Way Still to Go for SDGs

January 15, 2019  |  by ,

This story is part of our article series on sustainable WASH finance and was originally published on the IPS News Agency blog. To view the original story, click here.   By John Garrett and Kathryn Tobin   Three years on from the watershed 2015 conferences in Addis Ababa, New York and Paris, the UN Secretary…

SUSTAINABLE WASH FINANCE SERIES: Blended Finance Beyond the Hype

January 3, 2019  |  by ,

This Conference Perspective from the OECD – GIZ Conference: Closing the gap for water in line with SDG ambitions: the role of blended finance, 4-5 October 2018, Eschborn, Germany is part of our article series on sustainable WASH finance. This story was originally published on IRC’s blog. To view the original post, click here. By…

SUSTAINABLE WASH FINANCE SERIES: Want to Build Human Capital? Invest in WASH

December 18, 2018  |  by

This story is part of our series on sustainable WASH finance. At the World Bank Group annual meeting of finance ministers, donors and civil society representatives in October one buzzword was present everywhere – ‘human capital’. Dan Jones, Advocacy Coordinator at WaterAid UK, argues that investing in water, sanitation and hygiene shouldn’t be overlooked. This story was…