The Sanitation and Water for All Partnership (SWA) is currently holding elections for their steering committee. The SWA Steering Committee is the body that oversees and guides the SWA Partnership and is comprised of 17-28 members with representatives from each of SWA’s constituencies (these include countries, external support agencies, CSOs, the private sector, research and learning institutions and CBOs).
Currently there are 3 Civil Society Organisation (CSO) representatives on the committee and these posts are now up for election.

As part of End Water Poverty's lead campaign, Keep Your Promises, we are delighted to launch the next in the Country Briefings series: this one focusing on the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Together with our members active on the ground - Khairpur Rural Development Organization (KRDO) and Integrated Regional Support Program (IRSP) - we have developed this Country Briefing to help highlight the problematic reality of access to water and sanitation in the country.