Welcome to the "partner perspectives" section where SWA partners can share news, experiences and insights.

  • CSOs National Consultative Meeting in Nepal to prepare the SWA HLMs

    24 Mar 2017 in Partner Perspective Categories
    by FANSA Nepal and End Water Poverty (EWP)

    Civil society organizations in Nepal came together and spent a day discussing on the issues related to water, sanitation and hygiene. The CSOs national consultative meeting was hosted by NGO forum for Urban Water and Sanitation and FANSA Nepal with the support from SWA and End Water Poverty (EWP).  The key objective…

  • March and April 2017 offer unique opportunities for progress on achieving universal access to water and sanitation

    9 Mar 2017 in Partner Perspective Categories
    by Alix Charles, Water Action Month Campaign Consultant, End Water Poverty

    Originally publish by End Water Poverty In order to realise the Human Right to Water and Sanitation and the sixth Sustainable Development Goal, countries are facing a long list of ambitious targets. These include ending open defecation, providing equitable access to safe and affordable water, achieving adequate hygiene and sanitation,…

  • Women and Women’s Waste! Proactively managing the disposal of menstrual products

    8 Mar 2017 in Partner Perspective Categories
    by Catarina de Albuquerque, Executive Chair, Sanitation and Water for All

    I am always happy to have the opportunity to talk and write about the water, sanitation and hygiene needs of women and girls, and promote ways to achieve gender equality and alleviate suffering through better access to these essential services. The specific theme for Water Day this year is wastewater,…

  • Interview with Sanjay Banka

    3 Mar 2017 in Partner Perspective Categories
    by Managing Director at Banka Bioloo and private sector representative on SWA's Steering Committee

    The World Bank estimates an annual need of $114 billion between now until 2030, three times the current investment levels, if we are to achieve the WASH-related targets of the SDGs. How can the private sector help bridge this financing gap? The private sector, once non-existent for the social development…