Getting to the heart of climate resilient WASH

by Dr John Butterworth, IRC WASH Ethiopia - re-posted with permission Climate resilient WASH is about new ways of working across the traditional humanitarian and development sectors. We went to one of the harshest spots in Ethiopia, and surely in the world, to find out more. Photo: An existing water point in Afdera, Afar   … Continue reading Getting to the heart of climate resilient WASH

Achieving SDG 6: The Need for Local Centres of WASH Expertise and How to Do It

First published on the CAWST blog, reposted with thanks The goal: ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all by 2030. The task at hand, right now: learn quickly from failure and share lessons learned. Scaling-up of WASH service coverage will require a focus on both affordable infrastructure and enabling environments. CAWST … Continue reading Achieving SDG 6: The Need for Local Centres of WASH Expertise and How to Do It