SNV's work in Asia features in a new WaterAid publication focusing on the WASH sector's efforts to achieve equity and inclusion in programming around the world.
Launched online last week, "Towards Inclusive WASH: Sharing evidence and experience from the field" features two cases from SNV's work in Asia - on incorporating gender into community-led sanitation from Vietnam and accelerating access to improved sanitation in Bhutan.
The publication, which includes a keynote paper by Hazel Jones (WEDC) and Louisa Gosling (WaterAid UK), includes 16 case studies from a wide range of organisations in 13 countries. With examples from urban, rural and school WASH programming, the case studies provide stories of policy, technology and process innovations through four lenses: Poorest of the poor, Living with HIV and AIDS, Disability and Gender.
According to WaterAid "Towards Inclusive WASH" is intended to provide inspiration for development practitioners around the world who want to build equity and inclusion into their WASH programming, as well as those who aspire to incorporate water, sanitation and hygiene outcomes into their programming in the HIV, disability or other sectors.
Click the links below to download SNV's cases and the full publication:
Learn more about SNV's work in WASH here.