Africa Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Africa Water, Sanitation Jan -Feb 2014 Vol.10 No1 - Page 40

Publications How to better link WASH and nutrition programmes Concern Worldwide Published in: 2014 Pages: 16 Publisher: Concern Worldwide Author: Concern Worldwide This paper aims to provide some practical guidance on how water sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programmes can be more nutritionsensitive and how nutrition programmes can incorporate more WASH aspects. It should be useful for all project staff working in nutrition and WASH programmes when WASH and/or a nutrition programme are in operation. global WDPs, future WDPs should take into account the spatial variation and influence of rapidly changing key exogenous and endogenous drivers of water demand in different sectors across and within countries, and provide a sensitivity analysis of projections. Investing in Water and Sanitation Increasing Access, Reducing Inequalities The Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) The UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS 2014), published biannually, presents data from 94 countries and 23 external support agencies. It offers a comprehensive analysis of strengths and challenges in water, sani