News & Impact Stories
Costa Rica & India: Wastewater Discharge Environmental Fee & Private sector investments in wastewater treatment
Five ways SWA promotes integrity
What exactly is integrity, why is it important, and what are we doing to promote it? Integrity requires that we go a step beyond addressing corruption to ensuring that we all adhere to the governance principles of transparency, accountability and participation in order to achieve equitable, pro-poor, inclusive decision-making and action that eliminates inequalities and discrimination in access to services. By this we mean that it is not sufficient to eliminate fraud and corruption in service provision, but we must all act with integrity to remove barriers to universal access through addressing
Survey: Assessing the use of the SWA Tools Portal
SWA welcomes your opinion! We invite you to participate in this survey to help us assess how useful the SWA Tools portal has been and how important it is to you as a stakeholder in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. The portal gathers tools...
Putting ears to the ground: How SWA Civil Society partners are advocating for water, sanitation and hygiene in 'Build Back Better' debate
In the past couple of months, many SWA Civil Society partners have repurposed their activities to provide emergency relief to vulnerable communities and advocating for sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services as a priority for...
Celebrating 10 years of the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation: A Private Sector Statement
Today is a day to celebrate and thank everyone who is involved in making the human rights to water and sanitation a reality for people across the world. These collective efforts over many years have meant an increasing number of people have access to...
The Pandemic Talk: Reaching communities with radio and TV shows in Tanzania, Sierra Leone and Niger
“Never has the role of media been more relevant to people, their communities and to us all as civil society in ensuring duty-bearers are fulfilling their important roles in ensuring urgent and reliable access to life-saving services such as water...