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Join Development Organisation of Rural Poor (DORP) and the Bangladesh WASH Alliance for the upcoming Water Action Month 'Seminar on Ending the Water Crisis' in Dhaka, Bangladesh!
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 End Water Poverty International Coordinator, Al-Hassan Adam.
Launch of the End Water Poverty and Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) Thematic Discussion Synthesis Report
'Civil society is a game changer for sustainable development' say Beyond 2015 coalition
Press release: New York (and globally): 27 September 2015
End Water Poverty Opinion piece in Devex: May 2015
It’s time to review the current development paradigm, and ensure that change must not just happen on paper, but achieves a better future for all. The new global development agenda post-2015 has to be framed by human rights and owned by the people.