New data from WHO and UNICEF’s Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) establishes the global baseline of water, sanitation and hygiene in schools around the world.
Globally, there is a lack of accurate data on disability. We aim to change this by looking at ways to collect, use and share data about the inclusion of people with disabilities.
The Sustainable Goal Agenda is ambitious. 17 goals. 244 indicators. To achieve this feat of global development, we must recognise how progress in one area, aids progress in another.
Young people have a pivotal role to play in determining how the world will achieve the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) agenda.
Zombie statistics. Every sector has them. Statistics that, no matter how many times they are disproven or questioned, just won’t die.
Last month WASHwatch and End Water Poverty launched Action for Tomorrow – a campaign to engage civil society with the High Level Political Forum (HLPF).
This March is Water Action Month hosted by End Water Poverty (EWP). Each year, members of EWP come together to organise activities and campaign for WASH access.
Posted by Amy Keegan (WaterAid UK) - March 13th 2018
End Water Poverty and WASHwatch are kicking off 2018 with a call for civil society to take action for tomororw.
Posted by WASHwatch and End Water Poverty - January 8th 2018
The EU could take a generation to meet the 0.7% ODA/GNI target at the current rate of growth, reveals the CONCORD AidWatch Report 2017...
Posted by CONCORD - November 3rd 2017
"If 142.6 billion USD falls in the forest of development and no one hears it, does it matter?" The newly released Annual Development Co-operation Report...
Posted by Amy Keegan - October 19th 2017