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SWA launches the 2016 Annual Report

The 2016 Annual Report offers a look back at the partnership’s last calendar year, including SWA’s main successes and plans for the future. “I have benefited from interactions with SWA donor partners, where we have explored options together for better use of aid, and with recipient countries, who have outlined the challenges associated with using development assistance in ways that best support their national SWA launches the 2016 Annual Report…

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    World Water Day: SWA partnership welcomes new UNICEF report on water crisis

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    The SWA partnership welcomes a new report from partner Unicef, on World Water Day (22 March).  The Report highlights how the world is on the brink of a deadly crisis, as the combination of increased demand and climate change creates a dangerous outlook: By 2040, a quarter of the world’s…

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    Significant progress on more than half of commitments made at 2014 HLM

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      Thirty-eight of the 43 countries and all 12 external support agencies reported back for the last time on the commitments made at the SWA 2014 High-level Meeting. The global report was just published by SWA, with these main conclusions: Significant progress reported on almost half of the country commitments.…

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    The Hon. Kevin Rudd, SWA Chair, announces the SWA 2017 HLM

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    The Hon. Kevin Rudd, SWA Chair, announces the Finance Ministers' Meeting (FMM) and the Sector Ministers' Meeting (SMM). The 2017 SWA High-level Meetings (HLMs) will take place in Washington D.C., USA, on 19-20 April. Watch the video:  

  • Partner Perspectives #HLM2017 series: Alix Charles, End Water Poverty

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    The new Partners Perspectives #HLM2017 series in preparations for the 2017 SWA High-level Meetings (HLMs) has a blog post from Alix Charles, Water Action Month Campaign Consultant, End Water Poverty.  The focus this week is on how March and April are unique opportunities for progress on achieving universal access to water and sanitation. …

  • International Women's Day: Women and Women’s Waste!


    On the International Women's Day, Catarina de Albuquerque, Executive Chair, Sanitation and Water for All, talks about Women and Women’s Waste! Proactively managing the disposal of menstrual products on our #HLM2017 Partners Perspectives series.  Watch the video!  

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    SWA welcomes Peru

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    SWA warmly welcomes a new partner to the countries constituency: Peru. Water ans sanitation are a priority for the country and one of the current government's central topics, within the wider frame of the SDGs. The country looks forward to sharing with other partners the results and impact of their…

  • Partner Perspectives #HLM2017 series: Interview with Sanjay Banka, Banka Bioloo Managing Director

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    The new Partners Perspectives #HLM2017 series has the first interview with a SWA partner in preparations for the 2017 SWA High-level Meetings (HLMs). Sanjay Banka, Managing Director at Banka Bioloo and private sector representative on SWA's Steering Committee, talks about how the private sector can help to bridge the financing gap to achieve of…

  • New: Partner Perspectives #HLM2017 series: Hanna Woodburn, Global Public Private Partnership for Handwashing director

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    The new Partner Perspectives - #HLM2017 series Check out what Hanna Woodburn, Director of the Global Public Private Partnership for Handwashing says about "Balancing budgets isn’t one-sided: Why collaboration is key to reducing the WASH financing gap".   

  • West Africa’s CSO gathering to strengthen collaboration and prepare for the SWA HLMs


    Around 35 Civil Society Organizations (CSO) from West Africa gathered together in Cotonou, Benin, last week (24 to 26 January) in a workshop for structuring and reinforcing advocacy and collaboration in the region. The meeting was co-organized by the SPONG, Coalition Eau, the Benin Water Partnership, Eau Vive and had the support of Sanitation…