WSSCC has been working closely with the SWA Secretariat and ANEW members to engage relevant stakeholders for:
- sector coordination and collaboration, with a specific focus on engaging beyond government and development partners to effectively engage Civil Society, Research and Learning institutions and Private Sector
- sector reviews and progress through cycles of action planning, progress review and corrective actions, based on sector processes (such as Joint Sector Reviews), global processes (like SDG monitoring through Voluntary National Reviews) and human rights processes through Universal Periodic Reviews.
Exchange and Learning webinar
Since February this year, WSSCC and SWA have provided additional support to a number of sector partners and national CSO networks with the aim of raising the political profile of SWA framework, commitments, and accountability for delivery.
In this webinar, we will hear from African national CSO WASH networks that have received catalytic funding from WSSCC to boost the sector, engage all the relevant stakeholders, including those from vulnerable populations, and strengthen platforms and processes which can be built upon further in the months that follow.
1. To provide a platform for ANEW members to come together, to share their work, the impact and learn from one another
2. For ANEW / SuSanA Africa chapter to document the learning to share more widely with members and other partners, and stakeholders
3. As WSSCC transitions into the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund (SHF), we aim to learn from the support provided and discuss how ANEW, SWA and other partners can carry forward the legacy in to 2021 and beyond
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