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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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    Addressing inequalities: best practices and recommendations from Kenya

    4 Nov 2014 in Events
    by Par Jacqueline Musyoki, PDG, Water Services Trust Fund (Fonds d'affectation spéciale pour l'eau), Kenya

    Recently I was part of the panel discussion on “Addressing Inequalities in WASH” at the University of North Carolina’s Water and Health Conference, and felt it was unique in the way it engaged national level decision-makers, international and local observers, and donors to discuss the latest data on the topic.…