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Vidéo du chef d’équipe de WaterAid pour le Libéria

Abdul-Nashiru (Nash) talks about Africa Water Week and WaterAid's important relationship with WaterAid and ANEW 

 

Africa Water Week - learning for action in Zambia

ANEW is becoming more visible regionally and globally as the voice of African civil society.

Aprendizaje para la acción en Zambia

Guest Blogger Kalaluka Mubu, ANEW member, Zambia NGO WASH Forum shares his thoughts from Africa Water Week 

Apprendre pour passer à l’action en Zambie

Guest Blogger Kalaluka Mubu, ANEW member, Zambia NGO WASH Forum shares his thoughts from Africa Water Week 

Africa Water Week 3 -- day 1 kicks off!

It was an exciting start to the day, as Africa Water Week (AWW) kicked off with music and dancing and the entrance of the Ethiopian president.

Blog invité Kenya Water for Health Executive

Special guest blogger, Mrs. Catherine Mwango, Executive Director, Kenya Water for Health and member of ANEW to shares her thoughts from Africa Water Week 3...

Directora Ejecutiva de ONG de Kenia Agua para la Salud participa como invitada en blog

Special guest blogger, Mrs. Catherine Mwango, Executive Director, Kenya Water for Health and member of ANEW to shares her thoughts from Africa Water Week 3...

Human rights ... rights-based approaches - what's it all about?

On Monday and Tuesday I attended a WaterAid workshop on rights-based approaches. Although it is impossible to sum up two days of conversations, there were a few key questions that I thought everyone should either have the answers to, or know where to start looking.

The Great Stink — The Thames River and the Right to Sanitation

Today is blog action day – thousands of bloggers from more than one hundred countries are all blogging about the same thing. This year that topic is water. Even for those of us who are networked everyday on this issue – this is still quite an event! As I type these words I feel a sort of extra solidarity – knowing that people who do not necessarily work on or think about these issues every day are today putting their brain power into it.

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