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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Asia, Assessment - Monitoring, Bangladesh, Case - Good Practice, Home, Social Accountability,

Hitting the Road in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is one of WIN’s focus country where, for the past seven years, we have been engaging with various partners […]

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Africa, Home, Iran, Kenya, News - Update,

July 2018 – Sector Round Up

Another month has passed with water issues high on the agenda for many organisations. We’ve seen SDG 6 take centre […]

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Africa, Asia, Bangladesh, Benin, Home, Kenya, News - Update,

2017 Annual Report Available

The Water Integrity Network is excited to launch our 2017 Annual Report. Download: In 2017, WIN started implementing its new […]

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Nepal, Programme,

Nepal

PROGRAMMME OVERVIEW WIN has been implementing the Multi-Country Water Integrity Programme in Nepal in collaboration with Helvetas Swiss Inter-Cooperation since […]

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Bangladesh, Programme,

Bangladesh

PROGRAMMME OVERVIEW The  Bangladesh Water Integrity Network (BAWIN) was launched in 2009 with the support of Transparency International Bangladesh and […]

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