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The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is at the heart of the global movement to improve sanitation and hygiene, so that all people can enjoy healthy and productive lives. Established in 1990, WSSCC is the only United Nations body devoted solely to the sanitation needs of the most vulnerable and marginalized people. WSSCC also operates the Global Sanitation Fund, which has committed $108 million since 2008 to transform lives in developing countries.

Über WSSCC & Global Citizen

WSSCC is proud to be a Global Citizen. In collaboration with our partners and members in 150 countries, WSSCC advocates for the billions of people worldwide who lack access to good sanitation, and shares solutions that empower communities.We believe in the power of Global Citizens to end global poverty.

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  1. Artikel: This Community-Led Approach Empowers Villages to End Open Defecation

    This Community-Led Approach Empowers Villages to End Open Defecation

    Von WSSCC|1. Juli 2019

    "Community triggering" awakens Madagascar villages to the benefits of open defecation free status. Mehr Lesen

  2. Artikel: How a clean toilet helped Madame Metty run a successful business

    Wie eine Toilette Madame Metty zu erfolgreichem Umsatz verhilft

    Von WSSCC|10. August 2017

    An Madame Mettys Kiosk gibt es Kaffee, Kuchen, kleine Snacks - und eine grandiose Toilette! Mehr Lesen

  3. Artikel: A village in Malawi takes action to end open defecation

    Wie ein Dorf in Malawi Toiletten baut

    Von WSSCC|16. April 2017

    Die Gesundheitsmitarbeiterin Singo klärt Dorfbewohner über den Vorteil von Sanitäranlagen auf. Mehr Lesen

  4. Artikel: ‘Make Handwashing a Habit’ on Global Handwashing Day & Everyday

    ‘Make Handwashing a Habit’ on Global Handwashing Day & Everyday

    Von WSSCC|14. Oktober 2016

    Make Handwashing a Habit on Global Handwashing Day Mehr Lesen

  5. Artikel: Why the world needs to end open defecation in India

    Why the world needs to end open defecation in India

    Von WSSCC|30. März 2016

    And a look at the progress being made. Mehr Lesen

  6. Artikel: Championing CLTS in conflict-affected communities in Nigeria: Benedict Emori’s story

    Championing CLTS in conflict-affected communities in Nigeria: Benedict Emori’s story

    Von WSSCC|25. November 2015

    How one man is improving sanitation in Nigeria, one toilet at a time. Mehr Lesen

  7. Artikel: Global action on World Toilet Day can aid Nepal’s earthquake recovery

    Global action on World Toilet Day can aid Nepal’s earthquake recovery

    Von WSSCC|16. November 2015

    Getting Nepal back on track for universal sanitation coverage by 2017! Mehr Lesen