Food for Thought on Transformation

Food for Thought on Transformation

When Honest Women Replace “Self-Made” Men

Female politicians show that rising to power is a group effort.

“Darkness taught me transformation cannot solely be an individual pursuit, but also a community trust,” writes Jill Filipovic. “We must lean on others to strive on our own.”

This made us think about our Community Transformation Centres, and how helping each other is so much more important than helping ourselves.

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WASH Investment plans in Rwanda

WASH Investment plans in Rwanda

Weekly WASH graph: visualising WASH investment plans in Rwanda

This blog entry by Stef Smits walks through the thinking and work behind development of WASH investment plans for Rwanda. Useful information here for anyone interested in district-wide approaches and the value of assessments.

WASH in Nigeria – state of emergency declared by President

FG Declares Emergency in Water and Sanitation Sector

Nigeria is ranked amongst countries with the lowest supply of water, while placed at number 2 on open defecation.

Unknown to many, the water and sanitation sector has recorded more deaths than the rampaging Boko Haram insurgency in the Northeast of Nigeria. Hundreds of infants are lost annually to water borne diseases.