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A young school boy stands facing the camera against a bright green background. He is holding a sign that says, “as a student boy, I help inform boys not to tease girls, but to respect them as menstruation is natural. Through menstruation, we are all born.”

The hard and soft of committing to menstrual health and hygiene in WASH

Posted on Thursday, May 26, 2022 01:00 PM

Making menstruation a normal fact of life by 2030

WaterAid's Chelsea Huggett and Water for Women's Gender and Social Inclusion Specialist, Jose Mott share insights...

Water quality testing in Solomon Islands

The importance of disaggregated data to inform action and understand inequalities in WASH

Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2022 03:26 PM

Monitoring safely managed water and sanitation services

By Freya Mills and Prof. Juliet Willetts, University of Technology Sydney Institute for Sustainable Futures


Monitoring Safely Managed Water and Sanitation Services case study report and synthesis covers

Supporting progress in monitoring safely managed water and sanitation

Posted on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 11:13 AM

Key lessons from case studies of several Water for Women partners across a variety of country contexts in Asia and the Pacific

By Freya Mills and Prof. Juliet...

Three woman are sitting outside in a community in Nepal as they listen to Ambika Yadav. They are wearing masks.

Changing mindsets matters in a changing climate

Posted on Monday, March 07, 2022 09:52 PM


Breaking the bias and barriers for equality and diversity in finding solutions for climate resilient WASH

Insights from Jose Mott, Water for Women Gender and Social Inclusion...

Navy, 29, smiles from her wheelchair in Kampong Tralach Province in Cambodia

Behind the scenes: Researching disability-inclusive WASH in Cambodia

Posted on Friday, December 03, 2021 03:14 PM

Navy, 29, from Kampong Tralach Province in Cambodia. (photo: WaterAid/Sokmeng You)

by Pharozin Pheng, WaterAid Cambodia Equity and Inclusion...

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