Sanitation in the news – July 25, 2018 update

Poor Sanitation In Ghana: Attitudinal Change Vs Political Talk
Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)Jul 19, 2018 – Sanitation is one of the biggest problems facing most both developed and developing countries of which Ghana is not exceptional. In Ghana, past and present … news

Menstrual health, while excluded from SDGs, gains spotlight at UN …
Jul 23, 2018 – Many women and girls in developing countries still go without adequate products, … And while it is often discussed under the context of water, sanitation, and …

Water Partnerships Announce Anniversaries, Future Plans for SDG 6
IISD Reporting Services,Jul 17, 2018, 16 July 2018: This month, the UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) celebrated its 10th anniversary, while the …

Parasitic flatworms affect millions in developing countries, but new …
The Conversation UK, Jun 28, 2018 – A lack of resources to support appropriate water and sewage sanitationinfrastructures contributes to the transmission of schistosomiasis in endemic areas.

One response to “Sanitation in the news – July 25, 2018 update

  1. It’s great to find a resource on sanitation. While this isn’t our exact area of expertise, we do work with testing the materials for the infrastructure that ultimately affects the maintenance and sanitization of our cities. Do any of these services ring a bell, or have anything to do with your mission? I feel like Geotechnical Engineering specifically applies in this case.

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