What is Advocacy? A Perspective from the Field
BLOG | Rachel Rose of the Urban Institute talks about her research experience around advocacy in the context of a research and advocacy project that an Urban institute team is doing for WSUP
Learning from the past: Public finance and democratic control are key to achieving the SDGs
BLOG | Sector specialists Satoko Kishimoto and David Boys present their viewpoint on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). Are they counter-productive? Read the blog post and share your opinion!
Cape Town’s budget for WASH decreasing year by year
BLOG | Judith February looks at the declining budget for water and sanitation in Cape Town’s informal settlements
AfricaSan 4 (Dakar): taking government budget commitments forward
BLOG | Guy Norman from WSUP shares his experience while moderating the session on the 2008 eThekwini commitment at the 4th AfricaSan Congress. Author: Guy Norman
What’s new under the sun for WASH sector financing?
BLOG: A few observations from the Seventh World Water Forum 2015 in South Korea. Author: Sophie Trémolet
The Swachh Bharat Mission- India's going clean
Few months ago, guidelines for the Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) were released by India's Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation. You can learn more about its key features in this blog. [Click to read Blog] AUTHOR: Joyita Ghose
Today we launch Public Finance for WASH. It's like being in a hot-air balloon... mooring ropes away, and whoosh! Here, I want to talk a little bit about the personal story behind what we're doing. [Click to read Blog] AUTHOR: Guy Norman