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Sustainable Development Goals: National level context assessment now online
Agenda 2030 outlines a diverse, universal and incredibly ambitious programme. But how effective was the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector in ensuring these issues gained the profile they deserved as part of our post-2015 advocacy? Jayde Bradley, WaterAid UK's Advocacy Coordinator, muses on the findings of a recent evaluation of this work.
The Global Goals at the UN High Level Political Forum
Blog post written by Jayde Bradley, Advocacy Coordinator at WaterAid on 10 August 2016.
When policy makers gathered recently at the UN in New York, WaterAid was there to highlight the importance of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in achieving Agenda 2030. Advocacy Coordinator Jayde Bradley reflects on what was learned.
Former Australian PM Kevin Rudd, Ethiopian government, UNICEF lead talks on global access to water, sanitation and hygiene
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, 15 March 2016 – Press released originally published on the Sanitation and Water for All Partnership website.
Blog post written by Libby Smith, Advocacy Officer at WaterAid on 10 March 2016, following the recent civil society gathering entitled European “SDG 6 NGO/CSO Meeting”, in Germany.
This month, civil society actors from across Europe met in Bremen, Germany to discuss how we can better work together to help tackle the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) crisis and the crucial role that Europe must play as one of the world's leading development actors.
Blog post written ahead of the Sanitation and Water for All Partnership Sector Ministers meeting by Civil Society Representative George W.
Blog post written by Hannah Milner, End Water Poverty volunteer and supporter: original posted on her website.
I have been asked several times by those who know me personally, "Why are you always sharing posts about water conservation and drinking water?", and I have decided that as it is Water Action Month, now would be the best time to share.
End Water Poverty member, the British Medical Association's international committee chair Terry John answers your questions on Water Action Month!
The BMA has been a member of End Water Poverty (EWP) since 2007. What are the aims of the campaign?