We are working towards basic health for all
The Dutch WASH Alliance, which unites over 100 organisations in 9 countries, will continue working together after the end of the programme in 2015. The main motivation for continuing our collaboration is our shared belief that together as an alliance, we can accelerate WASH and realise sustainable WASH services for everyone. Under the new name ‘WASH Alliance International’, we will put the slogan ‘Accelerating WASH’ into practice. Let’s hear what Eric Chimsi, Country Coordinator Ghana, has to tell us about this ambitious new slogan.
That is noticeable in the sector. 'Major job cuts among biggest aid organisations', was the title of an article in De Volkskrant of 5 August. Simavi has been anticipating this development for many years. International fundraising, business development and advocacy have been integrated into our activities.
As the Executive Chair of the Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) network, Catarina de Albuquerque advocates for a key role for SWA within the SDGs and for political prioritisation of WASH at a global high-level. We asked her three questions during the Stockholm World Water Week, where she was present as one of the plenary vision speakers.
Our goal is to structurally improve the basic health of 10 million people by 2020.
Over this time we’ve built up an in-depth knowledge of what - and who - it takes to successfully implement WASH and SRHR programmes and how to keep producing positive and sustainable results.Meet us here
Chief Executive of the Water Supply Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC)
Mr. Parshahum Prasad
Head of Phadiya Panchayat, social worker (Rathura)
Dr. Chittarnajn Pankaj
Medical Officer, India