Young Wayúu girls go fetch water in La Guajira, Colombia Extending the human right of access to water supply and sanitation (WSS) services to Indigenous Peoples represents the final step for many…

Clementine Marie Stip, Dianna M. Pizarro, Lilian Pena Pereira Weiss, Miguel Vargas-Ramirez |

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Erin Scronce |

Also available in: Español In our previous blogs: Fecal Sludge Management: the invisible elephant in urban sanitation,  5 lessons to manage fecal sludge better, and A tale of two cities: how…

Peter Hawkins, Zael Sanz Uriarte, Isabel Blackett |

Cheonggyecheon Stream, Seoul, Korea  Photo: Mark Pegrum Can a sustainable water sector be developed simultaneously with a country’s growth? Can the water sector continue to expand and achieve…

Alexander Danilenko, Aroha Bahuguna |

A motorized tricycle fitted with a small tank provides desludging services in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Photo credit: Kathy Eales / World Bank Our last blog outlined the neglect of Fecal Sludge…

Peter Hawkins, Isabel Blackett |