SHARE started an exciting new phase of its work in 2015, that will run until 2018. Here, Dr Roma Chilengi reflects upon the Centre for Infectious Disease Research’s involvement in SHARE’s second phase, through an investigation of the effect of a behaviour change intervention on sanitation demand in urban Zambia.
- Faecal sludge quantification using GIS and Remote sensing - by: burton March 26, 2019Is it possible to quantify faecal sludge in a community's containment facilities( pit latrines) using GIS and remote sensing? if yes, how?
- 2019 Ton Schouten Award now open for entries - by: daalen March 26, 2019Are you or do you know a storyteller with a natural spark? Submit your nominations for IRC's Ton Schouten Award for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) storytelling by the 2nd of May, 2019. Since 2017, IRC has been organising the award, in memory of Ton and with the aim to find and support exceptional young communicators in WASH. Now in its third year, […]
- Job Opening: Youth Project Manager at the International Water Secretariat (ISW) - by: secretariat March 26, 2019Dear all, The International Water Secretariat (ISW) is looking for an agile and committed person, passionate about international development and environmental issues and convinced that youth is an accelerator of change for a sustainable and equitable world. Deadline to apply April 10th, 2019 Start of employment as soon as possible. To be discussed Location 9 […]
- Upcoming webinar on Female Friendly Public and Community toilets! 3rd April, 10am GMT - by: conniebenjamin March 26, 2019A link to the recording will be posted here after the webinar!
- Highlights from the recently concluded joint AfricaSan and FSM sanitation conference in Cape Town, South Africa - by: Doreen March 26, 2019Dear All, Two of the world’s most significant sanitation conferences, AfricaSan and Faecal Sludge Management (FSM), joined forces in Cape Town, South Africa, from 18th to 22nd February 2019, in what can only be described as an inspiring, unique and exciting setting that flawlessly amalgamated the political governmental focus of the AfricaSan conferences and […]
- Faecal sludge quantification using GIS and Remote sensing - by: burton March 26, 2019