Looking through GLAAS

by Johan Gély, Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) 2nd UN-Water GLAAS Evaluation Meeting in Bern 2nd and 3rd October 2012 Background The UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-water (GLAAS) monitors the inputs, and processes and their outputs (e.g. policies, investments, human resources) that influence the provision and sustainability of drinking-water, sanitation and hygiene … Continue reading Looking through GLAAS

A Word from the Chair: Sustainable water services for everyone

This network of rural water professionals would never argue that services for urban populations are unimportant, or that sanitation and hygiene are less necessary to human health and dignity than water supply.  All people regardless of location need both water supply and sanitation services, and to practise good hygiene – in other words urban and … Continue reading A Word from the Chair: Sustainable water services for everyone