Dutch partnership 'Watershed' launches at Stockholm

5 September 2016

End Water Poverty congratulates our members SIMAVI and IRC, and partners Akvo and Wetlands International, on the launch of this fantastic partnership - Watershed. We so look forward to working together to achieve our shared vision of ending the water and sanitation crisis!

Invitation to upcoming event: 'Toilets for Nutrition'

9 May 2016

Invitation to 'Toilets for Nutrition' session at the European Development Days at Tour & Taxis, Brussels – 14:45 to 16:00 – Thursday 16 June – Room S4

We would love for you to join experts from nutrition, water and sanitation, development and humanitarian sectors at European Development Days for a practical and informative discussion on the water-energy-food nexus. 

Organised by: WaterAid, SHARE Consortium, Action Against Hunger, the European Commission and the German WASH Network.


Press Release: As part of Generation Nutrition EU, we call for change!

16 February 2016

Generation Nutrition EU calls for sustained EU political leadership and additional funding to end undernutrition at upcoming Rio Summit

  • The European Commission and Member States must show continued leadership before, during and after the Nutrition4Growth Summit in Rio in August 2016.
  • Generation Nutrition Europe (EU) campaign to ask for an additional €1 billion to nutrition-specific interventions.

Every year, close to 6 million children die before they reach the age of five. 45% of these deaths are a result of poor nutrition.

Event invitation: EU's role in ending malnutrition

2 February 2016

End Water Poverty, through our collaboration and participation in Generation Nutrition, extend an invitation to an upcoming event. Entitled 'Nutrition Summit in Rio: EU's role in ending malnutrition' Roundtable Discussion, the event will be held on 16 February 2016 in Brussels. See the invite below for further details and RSVP to mejuryan@ghadvocates.org

Attention: Upcoming SWA Northern CSO regional elections

7 October 2015
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.