Updates

Welcome to the "updates" section where you can find the latest updates of the partnership. 

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    Political leadership brings us a step closer to the dream of sanitation and water for all

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    Monitoring report shows encouraging steps have been taken since the 2012 SWA High Level Meeting, but additional effort is needed to fulfill commitments by 2014. At the second Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) High Level Meeting in April 2012, developing countries, donors and development banks made commitments to address…

  • Partners in Action November 2013 edition is out!

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    Produced twice-yearly, Partners in Action (in English and French) is a space to share information, latest news and experiences with and among SWA partners. It is written for partners and contains updates on relevant news, key SWA events and partners activities at global and national level.  Download:  pdf [wpdm_hotlink id=337 link_label="English"]pdf [wpdm_hotlink…

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    High-level breakfast at the UN General Assembly

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    During the 68th session of the UN General Assembly in New York in September 2013, H.E Kufuor co-chaired a roundtable breakfast meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to discuss linkages between nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene.  Amongst the seventeen high-level decision makers present were Ms. Rachel Kyte, Vice…

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    The road to the 2014 SWA High Level Meeting

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    The third SWA High Level Meeting (HLM) will be held on Friday 11 April 2014. Convened by UNICEF, on behalf of the SWA Partnership, it will be hosted by the World Bank. There is a great deal of opportunity, as well as work to be done, in the lead-up in…

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    Uganda Water and Sanitation Network (UWASNET) launch 2014 HLM action plan

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    The national civil society network in Uganda has developed a comprehensive advocacy plan to engage ministers and key stakeholders in the lead up to the High Level Meeting.  Around 45 people – including civil society groups, the government, technical and inter-ministerial committees - have been invited to attend a national…