The Global WASH Cluster Annual Report for 2018 summarizes the most salient results achieved over the year, the key challenges faced in implementing the Global WASH Cluster (GWC) Strategic Plan and recommends activities to overcome the challenges. The 2018 Annual Report follows the model established in the 2017 Annual Report. The priority activities are identified and listed in line with the new …
This SuSanA Communications Plan is based on the CAWST Sector Knowledge Management Study which was funded as part of a grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (see link below).
The Communications Plan was written mainly by Arno Rosemarin and subsequently endorsed by the SuSanA secretariat and core group
It has 9 Appendices which are provided for download below.
The following were the …
The responses provided a canvas of problems with sustaining ODF that covers technical, behavioural and physical issues. These issues, persistent since before SBM, must be overcome before India could move onto ODF+, ODF++ and ODF-S. All the issues were related to the ODF-centric approach of SBM that focussed only on toilet coverage.
The technical problems concerned the quality of construction …
This step-by-step manual is designed to help personnel involved in the implementation of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) activities improve their knowledge and skills to facilitate community engagement processes. The principal aim of this manual is to enable practitioners and facilitators/trainers involved in hygiene promotion to adapt innovative methods in learning, planning with groups and …
The use of cash has undergone significant changes at the field level with the uptake of mulit‐purpose‐cash grants (MPGs). In particular the formation of diverse technical cash working groups (CWGs) raises questions around how the clusters and its partners can provide technical and strategic support to the use of cash modalities in humanitarian response and what structures are needed to …
WaterAid UK, WaterAid Ghana, and the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) platform in partnership with Ghana’s Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources (MSWR) organised a one-day workshop in Accra, Ghana: 7th September, 2017 on opportunities for knowledge sharing partnership via the SuSanA platform.
This document will show you everything you need to know about the SuSanA platform and all the resources that it offers including:
- The SuSanA partner profiles,
- Discussion forum
- Working groups
- Social media
- Thematic Discussions
- Hosting of SuSanA events
- Online library
- SuSanA newsmail
The emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion (WASH) gap analysis project was funded by The Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF), a program managed by Enhancing Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance (ELRHA) in partnership with the Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP), and is a component of a larger initiative to identify and …
This library entry contains documents produced during a grant that Arno Rosemarin from Stockholm Environment Institute was leading and which was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Further information and a discussion is available on the SuSanA discussion forum (see link below).
Title: "Expansion of the Sanitation Network into the SuSanA …
Two roll-ups were designed:
1. The SuSanA roll-up shows information regarding working groups, regional chapters, knowledge hub, and discussion forum
2. The SuSanA partner roll-up shows all SuSanA partner logos as of February 2019
The format of the roll-ups is 85x200 cm (with extra 15cm in the green at the bottom for printing purposes). The roll-ups include a 3mm bleed.
This standard set of powerpoint slides about SuSanA has been developed by the SuSanA secretariat to provide a more detailed overview of SuSanA. It will also help people who are giving presentations about SuSanA to have the latest information on hand and to have a common starting point. It is updated from time to time.
The slides about the SuSanA Discussion Forum are now in a separate library …
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