Analysis, Asia, Gender, Home, India, Stakeholder Engagement, Stories, Water User - User Group,

Women unite against all odds in one of Delhi, India’s most polluted neighbourhoods

Women in India’s capital Delhi bear the responsibility of fetching water for their family. Often, this can take time away from other activities that would earn them more money. But at the base of one of Delhi’s landfills, women are working together to support one another in the hopes that their children will have a better future.

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Africa, Analysis, Home, Kenya, Post, Region / Country, Research,

Creditworthiness for water utilities

In the efforts to increase integrity in the water and sanitation services sector throughout the developing world, the role creditworthiness […]

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Analysis, Asia, Assessment - Monitoring, Bangladesh, Case - Good Practice, Home, Policy - Oversight, Post, Regulation, Research,

Wastewater management in the garment industry

In 2013, the eight-story Rana Plaza building, which houses many garment manufacturing units in Dhaka, collapsed, leading to the death […]

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