Sanitation in Fragile Contexts
Fully subsidized latrine construction as part of emergency WASH programming have failed to have an impact on sanitation in many fragile and insecure contexts.
A bold and different approach is needed and WASH professionals should not be afraid to experiment with the use of development tools in a humanitarian context.
SIDA Wash Study
Somalia WASH sector is operating in an extremely complex environment where socio-economic, environmental and political factors place WASH actors under tremendous pressure.
Somalia is a water scarce country but it is also a country at war with collapsed infrastructure, limited sector governance and low availability of skilled.
Real Time Learning
The Real Time Learning Process – Nutrition (RTLP – N) is a 14 month project that began in May 2015, with technical and funding support from the Department for International Development (DFID) and UNICEF Kenya Nutrition.