AfricaSan 2011 digest
A digest of updates from AfricaSan3 and related resources.
Leo Atakpu, ANEW's newly elected Chair adressed the closing plenary of AfricaSan3 with civil society calls.
At the opening of the 3rd Africa Conference on Sanitation (AfricaSan3) at Serena Hotel, the Rwandan Prime Minister, Rt Hon. Bernard Makoza has echoed civil society voices, recognising sanitation as a human right.
On 18 July, Grassroots activists in Africa came together at AfricaSan3, Kigali, Rwanda to demand their political leaders and international governments demonstrate strong leadership and take urgent action on the continent’s critical sanitation situation.
Grassroots activists in Africa have come together at AfricaSan 3, Kigali, Rwanda to demand that their leaders and international governments demonstrate strong leadership and take urgent action on the continent’s critical sanitation situation.
Full civil society statement (PDF 75Kb)
PDF of the civil society pre-meeting report (PDF 894Kb)
AfricaSan 2011 briefing - what is AfricaSan, why are ANEW involved etc
The first day of AfricaSan has been really interesting and helpful, both on a personal level and in relation to my country and our valuable continental CSO network, ANEW.