Across the globe, studies reveal staggering and terrifying facts on violence against women and girls. Evidence tells us that girls and young women with disabilities may face up to 10 times more…

Mari Koistinen, Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Diana J. Arango, Camilla Gandini |

The future of the sanitation economy: Perspectives on World Toilet Day

Maria Angelica Sotomayor, Martin Gambrill |

Globally,  2.4 billion people still live without access to basic sanitation – and over 760 million of these people live in Sub-Saharan Africa. Today only 27% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s population has…

Ayat Soliman |

New World Bank report shares lessons on how CBS can be an option in achieving citywide inclusive sanitation   Download a free copy here Cities are growing at unprecedented rates, with over two…

Clementine Marie Stip, Seema Thomas, Martin Gambrill |

A redesigned public toilet facility in Addis Ababa Photo: Rebecca Gilsdorf With a population exceeding 3 million, only 10% of Addis residents are connected to the sewerage system and an estimated…

Seema Thomas, Yitbarek Tessema Mammo, Amanuel Teshome Woldetsadik |

Disabled people are among the most vulnerable populations in developing countries such as Nigeria, as they lack equal access and opportunity. Photo: 2018 European Union (photo by Samuel Ochai) The…

Zainab Mukhtar |

How do we build inclusive cities for all? This is a question that cities around the world are trying to answer, as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development advances disability-inclusive…

Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Victor Calise |

The message on inclusive education is simple: Every learner matters – and matters equally.   This was the shared spirit when experts from 12 African countries came together in Nairobi, Kenya in…

Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Mark Waltham, Koli Banik |