Phase I Impact

During its first phase, 2010-2015, SHARE worked primarily in Bangladesh, India, Malawi and Tanzania. Since its inception, in the four countries in which it works, 95.9 million people have been reached with improved sanitation and 459,000 child deaths were averted. SHARE has contributed to these global improvements in sanitation and hygiene access by influencing the way national and global sector partners’ plan, implement and monitor sanitation and hygiene programmes.




During this time, SHARE supported 48 projects that delivered:



You can read more about SHARE's achievements and impact during its first phase in this Synthesis Report. You can also read in-depth about three of SHARE’s focus areas from Phase I in our Stories of Change


SHARE contributes to achieving universal access to effective, sustainable and equitable sanitation and hygiene by generating evidence to improve policy and practice worldwide.