Freshwater Action Network
– grassroots influencing on water and sanitation

Rights to water & sanitation

Réunion régionale sur la gouvernance et la transparence

Day one of the Africa regional meeting of the joint FAN/WaterAid governance and transparency programme has drawn to a close.

Reflections on participating in the UN MDG hearings

Lajana Manandhar

Lajana Manandhar, FANSA steering committee member and Country Convenor of FAN Nepal pictured right, shares her reflections on participating in the UN civil society consultation on the Millenniu

Urgent: Contact your government about the importance of the Right to Sanitation

A draft resolution on the human right to water and sanitation proposed by Bolivia is currently being discussed in the U.N.

The South Asian Conference on Sanitation

The South Asian Conference on Sanitation is a largely government led meeting, involving government decision makers and delegations from all over South Asia.

Filling the gaps at the UN civil society consultation on the MDGs

Lajana Manandhar

The following is a guest post from Lajana Manandhar, FANSA steering committee member and Country Convenor of FAN Nepal pictured right, about her participation at t

Community training on the rights to water and sanitation

Community training on the rights to water and sanitation

FAN Nepal members have been engaging community members to inform them about their rights to water and sanitation. The training has been a real success and have captured the attention of local government and received a lot of media coverage.

World's Longest Toilet Queue

Toilet queue, Burkina Faso, a very long and wide street filled with people

World Water Day 2010 took place on 22 March and saw a world record breaking attempt to create the world's longest toilet queue.

El agua es un derecho, y no un bien negociable

Guest blogger shares Shamim Ahmed, a development economist and the Equity & Inclusion Focal Person for WaterAid Bangladesh shares his views.

Reunión regional sobre gobernabilidad y transparencia

Day one of the Africa regional meeting of the joint FAN/WaterAid governance and transparency programme has drawn to a close.

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