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The SuSanA network has 10,000 members and over 330 partner organisations

Join the network and connect with like-minded people.


Register for the 28th SuSanA Meeting

The 28th SuSanA meeting will take place on Saturday, August, 24th - just before Stockholm World Water Week 2019. Registrations are open now!


SuSanA is a think tank for sanitation

Help develop ideas to accelerate progress toward SDG6.


SuSanA has 13 working groups on all aspects of sustainable sanitation

Choose one or more working groups to join.


SuSanA is dedicated to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

Do you want to know more about sustainable sanitation and the SDGs?


Regional Chapters India, Latin America and West Asia and North Africa (WANA)

The aim of SuSanA's regional chapters is to better connect SuSanA to the regions with their local needs and to make SuSanA's knowledge products and services more accessible “on the ground”.


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  • 15-07-2019 13:00:"The WASH Benefits and SHINE trials: interpretation of WASH intervention effects on linear growth and diarrhoea". L… »
  • 14-07-2019 11:00:Egypt Launches EGP 1.2 Billion Plan To Revamp Aswan’s Sanitation And Drinking Water Facilities Read about the pla… »
  • 12-07-2019 13:00:Is "composting toilet" a misnomer? This discussion is going for severaly months. Join it now:… »

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Jayaashree Industries
India 

One Indian social entrepreneur has given women from low income groups in India dignity, by making it possible for them to afford to buy sanitary towels and provide them with an income at the same time. Arunachalam Murugananthamis the person who changed things. From a poor background in the South of India, he created the worlds first low-cost machine to produce sanitary towels. According to a report by market research group AC Nielsen, Sanitary Protection: Every Woman's Health Right, 88% of women in India are driven to use ashes, newspapers, sand husks and dried leaves during their periods. As a result of these unhygienic practices, more than 70% of women suffer from reproductive tract infections, increasing the risk of contracting associated cancers. Muruganantham re-engineered a sanitary machine, and in 2006 it won the award for the best innovation for the betterment of society from the Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai. Plus, he also received an Indian presidential award for innovation. Currently more than 5000 machines made by his start-up company, Jayaashree Industries, are installed across all states in India and 20+ other countries. This social entrepreneur sells his low cost machines directly to rural women through the support of bank loans and not-for-profit organisations. A machine operator can learn the entire towel-making process in three hours and then employ three others to help with processing and distribution.


Rebuild and Relief International
Germany 

Rebuild and Relief International (RRI) is a German non-governmental organization focusing on the support of refugees and IDPs in Iraq and Syria. RRI has specialized on the provision of humanitarian assistance to people in need, living in "hard-to-reach-areas". Our core competences are "WASH" ​​(water, sanitation and hygiene) and "shelter rehabilitation" (reconstruction/rehabilitation of houses and buildings).

Living Green Cameroon
Cameroon 

Living Green Cameroon (LGC) is a youth-led non-profit NGO based in Kumba, in the South West Region of Cameroon entirely run by volunteers, 14 staffs and 104 volunteers. Founded in 2008, registered on the 10 August, 2011 with the mission of aiding in community development through combating socio-cultural and economic ills affecting their communities. Living Green Cameroon helps empowers vulnerable children, young people and their respective communities so that they will become active and emerging forces for positive change. For the past 2 years Living Green Cameroon recognized the need to shift the pursuit of community development to sustainable community development in shared models of the SDGs inclusive approach. Base on evidence of success, our work is focus on empowering vulnerable children, young people and their respective communities as the way forward to achieving the SDGs. Living Green Cameroon recent community outreach programs has included visiting various orphanages throughout the south west and engaging with them in Sanitation and Hygiene education as well as creating fundraising plans for school fees so that all children can attend school through school WASH sponsorship program. Living Green Cameroon partner with vulnerable young people to advocate for the human rights to safely managed water and sanitation services aim at ending the water and sanitation crisis leaving no one behind. We organize sanitation and personal hygiene workshops in communities, school, orphanages, and prisons in collaboration with other grassroots organizations to promote hand washing with soup for good health and well-being. Our prison sanitation and personal hygiene promotion within 2016 and 2017 has help reach over 700 inmates at the Kumba Central Prison with excellent results. Living Green Cameroon recently completed the 5th of what we hope to be many ?The Cassava Farm Clean Water Projects.? These projects are typically the foundation for community development and vastly improve the quality of life for the larger population. Living Green Cameroon work with community members to design and implement safe, affordable and sustainable WASH projects. 2015 - 2017 our work in the grassroots has help reach and impacted over 81,000 people in 5 villages, trained and stationed 38 communities WASH actors. Aiding vulnerable communities, especially, children and women/girls gain access to safe sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene is our priority as a team of young community leaders in WASH.

 

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  • 16-07-2019 11:00SuSanA:
    QRCS offers water, sanitation services to displaced in Iraq For more information: [Posted by #WANAChapter] »
  • 15-07-2019 13:00SuSanA:
    "The WASH Benefits and SHINE trials: interpretation of WASH intervention effects on linear growth and diarrhoea". L… »
  • 14-07-2019 11:00SuSanA:
    Egypt Launches EGP 1.2 Billion Plan To Revamp Aswan’s Sanitation And Drinking Water Facilities Read about the pla… »
  • 14-07-2019 02:15Elisabeth von Muench:
    RT @susana_org: Is "composting toilet" a misnomer? This discussion is going for severaly months. Join it now: Ever… »
  • 12-07-2019 13:00SuSanA:
    Is "composting toilet" a misnomer? This discussion is going for severaly months. Join it now:… »
  • 12-07-2019 01:53Gayathri:
    RT @SEIresearch: Our cities are growing fast, but infrastructure doesn't always catch up. Developing off-grid productive #sanitation can be… »

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28th SuSanA meeting, Stockholm

The next SuSanA meeting will take place in Stockholm, Sweden. We will meet on the 24th of August, just before the World Water Week 2019 begins. More information will be available soon.

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Our library has more than 2300 publications, factsheets, presentations, drawings etc. from many different organisations. It continues to grow thanks to the contributions from our partners.

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The project database contains nearly 400 sanitation projects of many different organizations dealing with research, implementation, advocacy, capacity development etc. Advanced filtering functions and a global map are also available. Information on how and why this database was created is here.

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