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    Getting to 2030, together

    29 Sep 2016 in Partner Perspective Categories
    by By Alice Albright, Chief Executive Officer, Global Partnership for Education's Secretariat

    Originally publish on the GPE blog. “To deliver better for all people we must engage all stakeholders. Partnership brings results. Together, we can make this world more just, equitable, and prosperous.” With these words, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon welcomed an audience of more than 500 to a high-level…

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    Establishing a framework for shared learning and for putting knowledge to use

    13 Mar 2016 in Events
    by Par George W. Chaima, PhD, Directeur national – New Restoration Plan – Malawi, ancien membre du Comité directeur de SWA comme représentant des organisations civiles africaines

    SWA is beginning to turn into a vibrant powerhouse for global partnership to engage and set up sustainable mechanism to achieve universal access to clean water and adequate sanitation.   The Meeting of Ministers of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene which takes place in Addis Ababa from March 15th to 16th…

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    SACOSAN VI: Getting to 100%

    1 Feb 2016 in Country Processes
    by John Oldfield, Directeur général de l’organisation WASH Advocates de 2011 à 2015, lance aujourd’hui l’initiative « Amis d’une Inde propre » (Friends of Clean India) pour soutenir l’engagement pris par le Premier ministre Modi de mettre en place une couverture d’assainissement universelle en Inde d’ici le 2 octobre 2019, le 150e anniversaire de la naissance du Mahatma Gandhi.

    On stage at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center in Dhaka, Bangladesh on January 13, 2016 were villagers with physical disabilities, adolescent girls, transgender leaders, sanitation workers, landless farmers, housewives, and students from across South Asia. Their voices at SACOSAN VI were clear: we all deserve access to safe drinking water,…

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    Moving Beyond Business as Usual for WASH in the SDG Era

    27 Nov 2015 in Country Processes
    by Julie A. Truelove, Consultante, EAH/WASH et Développement

     A broad cross section of stakeholders including representatives of country ministries of health and finance, donor country agencies, researchers and civil society practitioners gathered at the 2015 UNC Water & Health Conference as the WASH sector embarks upon the era of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We’ve had aid effectiveness…

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    What would move the Finance Ministers' hearts?

    14 Jul 2015 in Events
    by Erma Uytewaal et Jeske Verhoeven, IRC

      From 13–16 July 2015, the Third International Conference on Financing for Development will bring together the Heads of States, Ministers of Finance, Foreign Affairs and development cooperation and other high-level representatives including non-governmental organizations and business sector entities in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. At the Conference the financing and implementation…

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    From “value-for-money” to eliminating inequalities: how the SDGs will revolutionize financing for development

    13 Jul 2015 in Event Updates
    by Par Catarina de Albuquerque, président exécutif, Assainissement et eau pour tous

    I know it’s a cliché and probably has been said too often but I’ll say it anyway, and with conviction: things are about to change in international development. And for the better! Hopefully, financing will be one of the areas where that change will be most visible. The success of…

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    Transforming sanitation, addressing professional capacity gaps

    25 May 2015 in Events
    by Par Kirsten de Vette, Learning and Capacity Development officer, International Water Association (IWA)

    Whilst the water-related Millennium Development Goal targets have been reached, sanitation lags behind, particularly in African countries. The post-2015 global development framework, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will challenge the sanitation sector to go beyond just increasing access, to achieving sustainability for sanitation services. This will require countries to address…