Nepal WASH Blog Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) & Development in Nepal

September 27, 2013

Where is equity?

Filed under: Advocacy,Disabled access to WASH,Equity and inclusion — nepalwash @ 12:41 am

There are more than 500,000 people live with disability in Nepal. More than 350,000 people do not have access to toilets. Kathmandu, a capital of Nepal does not have a single disabled friendly toilet – click here to watch a 2D film.

September 26, 2013

Link of the week – 26 September

Filed under: Link of the week,Open defecation free,SACOSAN V,Sanitation,Urban — nepalwash @ 9:00 am

KATHMANDU, Sept 24: Due to the dearth of proper public toilets, achieving Open Defecation Free (ODF) goals in the urban areas has now become more challenging compared to the villages. More than 1000 VDCs have been declared ODF whereas only eight municipalities have met the target till date.

More – Click here for our link of the week – 25 September

September 16, 2013

A difficult journey to toilet

A short film raising issue on accessing to basic sanitation services by people with disabilities

September 10, 2013

Photo of the week – 10 September 2013

Story tellers representing school, slum community, women with disability and chhaupadi area together with policy makers, CSOs representative and supporters against discrimination of women during menstruation at the event breaking the silence on menstrual hygiene on 9 September 2013.

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