Freshwater Action Network
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Prakash Amatya's blog

Nasir asks - Can SDGs serve and survive as tools for sustainable development?

Syed Shah Nasir Khisro, National Convenor of FANSA Pakistan, is participating in the Rio+20 conventions from 13 June 2012. He shares his participation and learning from the conference to the larger audience of FANSA family. 

Bangladesh: government cuts water and sanitation budget by US$ 121 million

The Bangladesh government has reduced its allocation for water and sanitation by around 10 billion taka (US$ 121 million) in the proposed 2012-13 budget. This is 29 per cent less than in 2011-2012. Just two months earlier at the SWA High Level Meeting in Washington, DC, the government had committed to increase the allocation for sanitation and water supply by 50 per cent. [1]

It changed my perception…

Eklavya Prasad is representing FANSA in Bonn Climate Change Talks. He writes his first day experience from Bonn Climate Change Conference 21 – 25 May 2012. 

FANSA and ANEW member impressions of the Global Forum on Sanitation

FANSA and ANEW members

FANSA and ANEW representatives joined WASH professionals from around the world at WSSCC's Global Forum on Sanitation and Hygiene in Mumbai, India from 9 to 14 October 2011. They were busy promoting the network, their work and learning from the many sessions throughout the week.

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