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  • Document

    Sanitation Programmes Throughout and Beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic

    G. Melloni / The Sanitation Learning Hub, 2021
    In discussions on sanitation and Covid-19, the continuity of long-term sanitation goals throughout and beyond the pandemic is often missing. To respond to this gap, the Sanitation Learning Hub (SLH) and UNICEF hosted a webinar series to share knowledge and experience on ways programmes have changed and adapted.
  • Document

    Sanitation Programmes Throughout and Beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic

    G. Melloni / The Sanitation Learning Hub, 2021
    In discussions on sanitation and Covid-19, the continuity of long-term sanitation goals throughout and beyond the pandemic is often missing. To respond to this gap, the Sanitation Learning Hub (SLH) and UNICEF hosted a webinar series to share knowledge and experience on ways programmes have changed and adapted.
  • Document

    Adolescence in the Time of COVID-19: Evidence from Bangladesh

    Baird, S., Seager, J., Sabarwal, S., Guglielmi, S. / Overseas Development Institute, 2020
    This note examines the effects of COVID-19 and subsequent economic and educational disruptions on adolescent well-being in Bangladesh. Findings show large household-level economic impacts associated with increased food insecurity, anxiety, and mental health issues among adolescents.
  • Document

    Sanitation, Hygiene and Environmental Cleanliness for Child Development

    A. Macintyre, C. Strachan / The Sanitation Learning Hub, 2021
    This Frontiers of Sanitation draws on the Transformative WASH concept to explore and outline what may be required of WASH implementation stakeholders in efforts to support child development outcomes. The Frontiers explores the multiple ways in which inadequate sanitation, hygiene, and environmental cleanliness can affect physical and cognitive development in children.
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    “The Door has Opened”: Moving Forward with Menstrual Health Programming in Bangladesh

    M. Coultas, M. Das, E. Nur, S. Warrington / International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, 2021
    This article examines and reflects upon the Menstrual Health (MH) landscape and programming in Bangladesh, assessing the progress, challenges, and potential ways forward.
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    Strengthening Sub-National Systems for Area-Wide Sanitation and Hygiene

    Mimi Coultas / 2021
    Following widespread decentralisation reforms, including across Africa, responsibility for sanitation & hygiene (S&H) often sits with sub-national governments.

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4th January 2022
A large part of the Sanitation Learning Hub’s (SLH) work is around research and learning to support gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) in sanitation and hygiene programming.
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5th November 2021
Click here to register for the webinarIt has been a long-standing goal of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) professionals to improve the health and lives of children.
26th August 2021
The Sanitation Learning Hub is looking to capture country level and regional experiences, ideas, challenges and innovations from sanitation and hygiene practitioners through a series of blogs or short recordings.
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6th July 2021
Join the Sanitation Learning Hub for a webinar on climate change and rural sanitation – putting ideas into practice.
There is an illustration showing two women wading away in knee-high water, walking away from a flooded toilet. Two children watch.
30th April 2021
Researchers from the Sanitation Learning Hub have published a new report providing evidence and practical guidance for adapting projects to make them sustainable for the future.