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13 Feb 2018 in Event Updates

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Partner webinar: Handpump Functionality Monitoring - Getting It Right Can Help Ensure Sustainability

    [caption id="attachment_16112" align="aligncenter" width="664"] ©UNICEF/UNI185027/Cherkaoui[/caption]   Handpump Functionality Monitoring - Getting It Right Can Help Ensure Sustainability Wednesday, 14 February from 9:00 to 10:00 EST (New York time)/ 14:00 to 15:00 GMT (London time)/ 15:00 to 16:00 CET (Paris time) Click here to register. Please note that registration is limited.  In March 2016, The Water Institute at UNC published WaSH Policy Research Digest #3. The policy implications explored included a requirement to collect detailed functionality data that allow analysis of systematic problems, to…

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    Catarina de Albuquerque appointed new SWA Vice-Chair

    in SWA Updates

    Ms. de Albuquerque’s priorities will include advocating for political prioritization of WASH at a global high-level, helping build consensus between partners, establishing strategic partnerships with other initiatives and sectors and leading SWA’s Steering Committee. “I am delighted that Catarina has accepted a key role in the partnership”, said H.E. President…

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    Staff announcement: Paul Shanahan joins SWA as Acting Coordinator of the SWA secretariat

    in SWA Updates

    We are pleased to announce that Paul Shanahan has joined SWA as Acting Coordinator of the SWA secretariat until June 2015, when we expect the permanent Coordinator to be in place. Paul brings to SWA a 40 years’ experience in WASH, spanning government, non-government, private and humanitarian sectors. He most…

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    Report: SWA session on Innovations in Sustainability

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       SWA partners gathered in Stockholm at World Water Week to share experiences on sustainability of water and sanitation services. Participants were welcomed by session chair, Honourable Mrs. Sarah Reng Ochekpe, Federal Minister of Water Resources, Nigeria, while opening remarks were made by Ms. Charlotte Petri-Gornitzka, Director-General, Swedish International Development…

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    SWA at Stockholm World Water Week 2014

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    During the 2014 edition of the World Water Week in Stockholm, SWA hosted two side-events to update the water community on the results of the recent High Level Meeting (HLM) and the way forward for the Partnership. The SWA Steering Committee and CSOs, both internal meetings, also gathered. Side-event: "Innovations in…

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    SWA partner WaterAid publishes study on progressing aid effectiveness in WASH sector

    in Sector News

    The study was commissioned by WaterAid to support the work of the Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) partnership. It aims to identify how monitoring efforts to address aid effectiveness commitments and related accountability processes at the global and national level can help to strengthen incentives to address WASH sector…

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    SWA Annual Report 2013 now available

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    The report highlights the intensive work the Partners have been doing on the High Level Commitments Dialogue, the launch of the first SWA Progress Update and steps taken towards better sector coordination and alignment with regional processes.    

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    June issue of SWA’s Newsletter is out now

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    The [wpdm_hotlink id=699 link_label="third issue of Partners Perspective"], the quarterly SWA newsletter is now available for download. The issue features an article on Ethiopia’s use of public finance to advance WASH, interviews with partners on their impressions of the HLM, information about the upcoming SWA Review and the launch of…

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    Netherlands supports WASH during Ghana-Netherlands football match

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    On May 31 the Dutch football team won with 1-0 of the Ghana Black Stars during a friendly game in Rotterdam. It was an exciting event, but something more important happened during the match: not only did the NGO Football for Water kick off their WASH public fundraising campaign, but…

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    DSG launches new campaign to break silence on open defecation

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    As part of his Call to Action on Sanitation, the UN Deputy Secretary-General, Jan Eliasson, launched on 28 May a new campaign to break silence on open defecation and spur dialogue and action on the most lacking target of the MDGs. “I am here to talk about something the world…