Nearly half the world’s population lacks safe sanitation
Almost 30% of people live in water-stressed areas
Daily women spend 200 million hours fetching water
30% of women globally experience physical or sexual violence
Climate change disproportionally affects world’s most poor
Every woman and girl should be able to claim her human rights to water and sanitation, resulting in gender equality and sustainable solutions.
Ending violence against indigenous women and girls in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh Ankie van Wersch-Lenders appointed as the new chair of Simavi’s Supervisory Board 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence: creating awareness for sextortion for water Keeping up with menstrual health developments: time for an updated menstrual health manual Period poverty: a global problem Partos Innovation Festival: ‘Let people speak for themselves’ What about the right to water? Learning in the WASH SDG Consortium: how to reflect, share and inspire Sareen Malik on the world wide water crisis: ‘Women should sit at the table when decisions are being made’ Empower indigenous women strengthen communities WASH SDG Consortium: learning and sharing key to achieving SDG goal for water and sanitation A big elephant in the room: Africa's water sector investment costs Learn to understand human rights and engage with human right mechanisms, watch the human rights lecture series!