Freshwater Action Network
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South Asia

FAECAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SMALLER CITIES ACROSS SOUTH ASIA GETTING RIGHT THE POLICY AND PRACTICE

FAECAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SMALLER CITIES ACROSS SOUTH ASIA GETTING RIGHT THE POLICY AND PRACTICE

Sustainable and equitable Financing of sanitation services

The paper presented at SACOSAN-VI summarises the key issues related to financing sanitation, analyses regional / within country disparities on WASH financing and proposes sustainable financial strategies for achieving a long-term shift in sanitation coverage.

Traffic Lights Paper : Progress on SACOSAN V Commitments

Citizens' charter from the South Asia Regional Campaign on the right to sanitation presented to SAARC

SACOSANs: Past, Present and Future

Citizens' charter from the South Asia Regional Campaign on the right to sanitation presented to SAARC

LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND: Voices of Women, Adolescent Girls, Elderly, Persons with Disabilities and Sanitation Workforce

Citizens' charter from the South Asia Regional Campaign on the right to sanitation presented to SAARC

Learning from the governance and transparency programme in South Asia

FANSA have produced a series of case studies to share their learning from a five-year governance and transparency programme undertaken by FAN Global and WaterAid to improve the accountability and responsiveness of duty bearers to ensure equitable and sustainable WASH services for the poorest and most marginalised.

World Toilet Day 2013 in South Asia

Rally during 19th November 2013 on Wordl Toilet Day

On 19th November 2013, the independent sovereign India is the Global Capital of open defecation with more than half of its 1200+ million people defecating in the open every day. The political independence has not brought any significant change to this reality.

Translating the spirit of SACOSAN V into action

FANSA Communication Coordinator Prakash Amatya interviews FANSA Convenor Ramisetty Murali on his reflections of SACOSAN V.

Spirit of Kathmandu declaration on track but it's time for action

Closing plenary

Press release: 25 October 2013


Freshwater Action Network South Asia (FANSA) welcomes the spirit of the Kathmandu Declaration but urges commitments made by South Asian governments are realised to ensure accelerated and sustainable progress on sanitation and hygiene.

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