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In this section newsletters are kindly provided by partner organisations.



Sustainable sanitation - ecosan newsletter of GIZ
The program "Sustainable sanitation - ecosan" carried out by GIZ on behalf of the German ministry BMZ  publishes a quarterly newsletter with information on projects, publications, events, new photos and videos and other issues related to ecological sanitation, as well as on sustainable sanitation. For more information: Sustainable sanitation on GIZ website.

To subscribe to this newsletter select the Sustainable sanitation - ecosan newsletter available in both English and French.
 
WASHplus weekly newsletter
Each WASHplus Weekly highlights topics such as Urban WASH, Indoor Air Pollution, Innovation, Household Water Treatment and Storage, Hand Washing, Integration, and more. If you would like to feature your organization’s materials in upcoming issues, please send them to Dan Campbell, WASHplus knowledge resources specialist, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Click here to access the WASH plus weekly archive
 
CAPS newsletter
Philippine Sanitation Series

Sanitation Series is a monthly two-page brochure-type of publication that will focus on a particular topic related to sanitation, which can be about policy, a persistent issue, a research breakthrough, practical applications of a technology, a new discovery or new way of thinking about sanitation, sanitation links to other research or development areas, and any other topic of knowledge and use value regarding sanitation.
 
Water and sanitation services that last eUpdate
The newsletter brings the latest news from WASHCost and Triple-S, two programmes of International Water and Sanitation Centre (IRC) on sustainable services.

WASHCost have been working since 2008 to develop a methodology for monitoring and costing sustainable WASH services, which has been tested in Burkina Faso, Ghana, India, and Mozambique. The project aims to promote the use of cost data for budgeting and planning.

Triple-S (Sustainable Services at Scale) is a six-year, multi-country learning initiative to improve water supply to the rural poor, currently operating in Ghana and Uganda. Triple-S is promoting a re-appraisal of how development assistance to the rural water supply sector is designed and implemented.

To read online: Water Services that Last or WASHCost Project
 
WASTE newsletter
Every two months WASTE sends out an email bulletin to their contacts.

WASTE advises in sustainable improvement of the urban environment and is active in four fields:

    * Solid waste management and resource recovery
    * Low-cost sanitation and liquid waste management
    * Community based environmental improvement
    * Micro- and small enterprise development

Subscribe to the bimonthly electronic bulletin of WASTE and find the newsletter archive.
 
DEWATS newsletter

Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association (BORDA) publishes an electronic newsletter on DEWATS Information quarterly. For more information and archive, visit the BORDA website.


Subscribe to the quarterly DEWATS Newsletter published by BORDA by sending an email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
CREPA newsletter

Every three months CREPA sends out an email bulletin to their contacts about ECOSAN information.

The CREPA newsletter is uploaded to SuSanA Library: 20052006, 2007, 2008, 2009.
 

 
ENPHO Newsletter
The "Environment and Public Health Organization" (ENPHO) is a service-oriented national Non Governmental Organization, established in 1990 that envisages contributing in sustainable community development by combining research and actions through the integrated programs in the environment and public health areas. This NGO is based in Nepal.

ENPHO publishes a monthly E-Bulletin.

Subscribe to the bulletin by sending an email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
IRHA Newsletter
The International Rainwater Harvesting Alliance (IRHA) has called for the federation and unification of the disparate rainwater harvesting (RWH) movement around the world, to promote rainwater as a valuable water resource and to build on achievements in this field for the fulfilment of the Millennium Development Goals. In partnership with the most eminent organisations and individuals in the field, the IRHA provides a lobbying and advocacy platform for RWH. It supports the growth of RWH solutions to water supply problems. Download their latest newsletter.
 
CLTS newsletter by IDS
Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) is an innovative methodology for mobilising communities to completely eliminate open defecation (OD). Communities are facilitated to conduct their own appraisal and analysis of open defecation (OD) and take their own action to become ODF (open defecation free). The CLTS newsletter is published by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) in the UK five times a year.

Subscribe to the CLTS newsletter by IDS .
 
Peepoople newsletter
Peepoo is a personal, single-use, self-sanitising, fully biodegradable toilet that prevents faeces from contaminating the immediate area as well as the surrounding ecosystem. After use, Peepoo turns into valuable fertiliser that can improve livelihoods and increase food security.

To receive their newsletter, visite the Peepoo website, scroll down to the bottom of the page and leave your email address in the designated field.
 
 


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