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No Relief - 2 minute version
Description: Women experience psychosocial stress if they do not have access to adequate sanitation facilities. This excerpt from the 2014 video , No Relief, features women from the Pune slums in india who share some of the situations that they have experienced. In support of the WSSCC and DFID-funded SHARE report, Sanitation Vulnerability: Wome's stress and struggles for violence free sanitation.
  28 Mar 2017   2m13s 0 3 0
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Sanitation and Hygiene in public spaces for women:  Kaffrine Market, Senegal
Description: WSSCC and UN Women’s Joint Programme on West and Central Africa works with the governments of Niger, Senegal and Cameroon to highlight sanitation and hygiene issues for women. In this video, women in the market explain their challenges and coping mechanisms.
  24 Mar 2017   2m45s 0 14 0
Women, sanitation and psychosocial stress - WSSCC webinar series
Description: Celebrating women will be the focus of WSSCC’s #WomensWeek kicking off on March 6. As part of the new #WSSCCWebinarSeries, we’ll be hosting a free online session to explore the factors that can cause stress to women during their sanitation routine. Register now to join our webinar on 2 March: bit.ly/2lZEij8
  17 Feb 2017   2m43s 2 187 0
Sanitation Action Summit Mumbai 2016
Description: A short video outlining the purpose and outcomes of WSSCC's Sanitation Action Summit which took place in November 2016 in Mumbai.
  04 Jan 2017   4m18s 1 109 0
Interview with WSSCC's National Coordinator in Nigeria Priscilla Achakpa
Description: WSSCC's National Coordinator in Nigeria Priscilla Achakpa talks to us about members and initiatives to engage them with the council
  08 Dec 2016   2m11s 0 54 0
Real-time learning and documentation in CRSHIP
Description: The Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Programme (CRSHIP) aims to increase access to safe sanitation and promote the sustainable practice of key sanitation and hygiene behaviors in rural Cambodia. By identifying opportunities and challenges in real-time, the Learning and Documentation Team (also know as the "Learning and Development team") was introduced in CRSHIP 2. This video explaining why it is important to have Learning and Development in CRSHIP. Furthermore, it features changes, improvements, and achievements that this sub-grant has done so far within the programme.
  22 Nov 2016   6m12s 3 279 0
Embu County celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2016
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  19 Oct 2016   6m17s 0 22 0
Interview with WSSCC member Ms. Dare Noufouh
Description: We talked to our member from Togo, Dare Noufouh, Program Director of the youth organization Jeunes Volontaires Pour L’Environment about her engagement with WSSCC advocating for sanitation and hygiene in Togo.
  23 Sep 2016   1m33s 1 80 0
The Netherlands announces $50 million contribution to WSSCC for global sanitation coverage
Description: The Government of the Netherlands today announced a renewed investment of $50 million for the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC). The funding will enable WSSCC to empower 5 million additional people to access improved sanitation by 2020. The announcement was made during Global Citizen’s exclusive night of music, advocacy, and impact with Tom Morello, Kesha, and Paul Simon presenting the inaugural George Harrison Global Citizen Award. Find out more about the event on our website: www.wsscc.org
  23 Sep 2016   1m31s 0 151 0
MHM Training in Kenya - Q&A with Patricia Mulongo
Description: In order to break the silence on menstruation and empower government officials with the knowledge and skills on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), WSSCC, in collaboration with the Kenyan Ministry of Health, UNICEF and other partners held a six-day Training of Trainers (ToT) in Naivasha from 28 July to 3 August. The workshop was the first national ToT and was attended by 77 participants from Kenya, Niger, Tanzania and South Africa. This workshop is the latest in MHM ToTs conducted in Africa since June 2014. WSSCC has conducted three trainings in West and Central Africa between 2014 and 2016 and one in South Asia in 2015. A total of 300 people have been trained and in the regions of West and Central Africa alone over 2600 persons have been informed on the subject from trainers.
  10 Aug 2016   2m 0 50 0
MHM Training in Kenya - Q&A with First Lady Nazi Kivutha
Description: In order to break the silence on menstruation and empower government officials with the knowledge and skills on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), WSSCC, in collaboration with the Kenyan Ministry of Health, UNICEF and other partners held a six-day Training of Trainers (ToT) in Naivasha from 28 July to 3 August. The workshop was the first national ToT and was attended by 77 participants from Kenya, Niger, Tanzania and South Africa. This workshop is the latest in MHM ToTs conducted in Africa since June 2014. WSSCC has conducted three trainings in West and Central Africa between 2014 and 2016 and one in South Asia in 2015. A total of 300 people have been trained and in the regions of West and Central Africa alone over 2600 persons have been informed on the subject from trainers.
  10 Aug 2016   6m9s 1 72 0
MHM Training in Kenya - Q&A with Daniel Kurao, GSF Programme Manager
Description: In order to break the silence on menstruation and empower government officials with the knowledge and skills on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), WSSCC, in collaboration with the Kenyan Ministry of Health, UNICEF and other partners held a six-day Training of Trainers (ToT) in Naivasha from 28 July to 3 August. The workshop was the first national ToT and was attended by 77 participants from Kenya, Niger, Tanzania and South Africa. This workshop is the latest in MHM ToTs conducted in Africa since June 2014. WSSCC has conducted three trainings in West and Central Africa between 2014 and 2016 and one in South Asia in 2015. A total of 300 people have been trained and in the regions of West and Central Africa alone over 2600 persons have been informed on the subject from trainers.
  10 Aug 2016   4m19s 0 43 0