News

13 April 2015

Thought-provoking Toolkit Training

The SHARE-funded Violence, Gender and WASH Practitioners’ Toolkit launched in June 2014 has continued to be in very high demand this year, featuring in two training events in March alone! Find out more. Read more...

13 April 2015

Piloting a New Training Guide

An informative, new training guide which seeks to assist practitioners in integrating menstrual hygiene management (MHM) into their work and programmes has just been published by SHARE and WaterAid. Find out more! Read more...

13 March 2015

SHARE Researchers Contribute to Important New WHO Report

SHARE researchers have contributed to an important new WHO report summarising new evidence on the impact of poor WASH on health outcomes. Read more...

06 March 2015

Blog - Why sanitation, spearhead of urban improvement in the 19th century, has become the laggard of the 21st

Drawing on a recently published paper in 'World Development', Gordon McGranahan of IIED considers why, given we seem to have the know-how, there are still so many people in cities without decent sanitation. Read more...

20 February 2015

Sheillah's Blog: Reflections of a PhD Student

Want to know what investigating the relationship between residence and sanitation quality in the informal settlements of Kisumu entails? Find out all about Sheillah's PhD journey here! Read more...

06 February 2015

Sharing Research Findings in Malawi

Been following SHARE's research in Malawi? The results are out! Read this article to find out more Read more...

Events

EVENT: 11 May 2015

EVENT: Sustainability and Value for Money - Using Data to Improve the Performance of WASH Investments

We're delighted to be co-convening this international seminar on sustainability and V4M. Come and find out V4M analysis can help strenghten programme management! Read more...