SHARE contributes to achieving universal access to effective, sustainable and equitable sanitation and hygiene by generating evidence to improve policy and practice worldwide
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Kenya is among the top ten richest countries in Africa (IMF, 2015), but just under a third of its population has access to improved sanitationRead more
WaterAid, Behailu Shiferaw
Tanzania is one of the largest countries in sub-Saharan Africa and is home to more than 52 million people. Only 16% of Tanzanians have accessRead more
A middle-income country with a population of over 1 billion, poverty in India is a complex issue with just under a third of the populationRead more
Bangladesh is one of the most populous countries in the world and just under half of its 159 million population lives on less than US$2 a dayRead more
WASH and Maternal and Newborn Health: Ti
This policy brief documents the state of the evidence on how poor WASH impacts maternal and newborn health (MNH) and summarises SHARE's contribution to our understanding. It also highlights opportunities for future research and offers insights that could influence policy and improve programming in...
The objective of this review was to assess whether the lack of water or the lack of sanitation facilities in either the home or in health facilities is associated with an increased risk of maternal mortality and to quantify the effect sizes. It found that there is evidence of association between...
Here, Elijah Wanda, PhD student at the Centre of Excellence in Water and Sanitation at Mzuzu University, blogs about his experiences at Stockholm World Water Week 2015. This year, from 23rd to 28th August, I was thrilled to be invited by SHARE to attend and present at the 25th Stockholm World Water...
What was it all about? Organised by SIWI , WWW brings together experts, practitioners, decision-makers, and business innovators from a range of sectors and countries to exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions to the most pressing water-related challenges of today. This year, WWW...