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WaterAid regularly produces materials about policy and practice in WASH.
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Mozambique Country Program Evaluation

Tanzania Country Program Evaluation

Response to Global Goals 'Grey' Indicators

The road to the UN Conference on Climate Change

Releasing the flow

All case studies show evidence that strong political will has translated into positive action on absorption of funds, greater transparency and improved water and sanitation services. Other critical factors include the availability of skilled human resources, the balance between recurrent and capital funding for local government, and the quality of co-ordination and communication between major stakeholders.

Undoing Inequity Research

The Undoing Inequity research aims to understand and address the barriers that disabled, older and chronically ill people face when accessing water, sanitation and hygiene services in Zambia and Uganda.

It's No Joke: The State of the World's Toilets 2015

Global Goals toolkit

This toolkit provides an update on the UN Global Goals, the role of WASH as an essential component of an integrated approach to tackling poverty, hunger, health and inequality and to aid advocacy work aimed at achieving Global Goal 6. 

Undernutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene

Raise a hand for hygiene panel discussion

We hosted a panel discussion in partnership with London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and the SHARE Consortium which sought to identify common actions for government, researchers, practitioners, private sector actors and donors to address the need for improving handwashing with soap.