Tag: WASH

Menstrual Hygiene Management – a missing piece in the water agenda

Integrating MHM into water-related programming not only enhances the well-being and dignity of women and girls but also contributes to improved health outcomes, increased educational opportunities, and sustainable development at large.

Customary water tenure: How can recognition and protection be improved?

New research identifies legal pathways for better recognition and protection of customary water tenure in sub-Saharan Africa as well as concrete solutions to improve current water law and water infrastructure development programs.

Learning and unlearning through role-play

How participatory gender workshops are enabling communities in Nepal

How social accountability tools can improve water service delivery in Nepal

New IWMI report documents and analyzes the implementation of public hearings and public audits in water service delivery.

Three ways wetlands can influence climate change

Climate change could change wetlands forever, but in turn, wetlands can also help to mitigate the impact of climate change.

Changing the way we collect data during Covid

In order to continue researching on gender and water systems, researchers from IWMI-Nepal engaged with local stakeholders through alternative means of data-collection during COVID-19.

Smart tech to play vital role in addressing plastic pollution crisis – new study

A new study by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) offers a number of technological solutions aimed at tackling one of the world’s most pressing issues. 

Modernizing wastewater treatment in Sri Lanka

Working across South Asia to identify applied technologies and business models to sustain water and sanitation systems.