Invitation to upcoming event: 'Toilets for Nutrition'

Invitation to 'Toilets for Nutrition' session at the European Development Days at Tour & Taxis, Brussels – 14:45 to 16:00 – Thursday 16 June – Room S4

We would love for you to join experts from nutrition, water and sanitation, development and humanitarian sectors at European Development Days for a practical and informative discussion on the water-energy-food nexus. 

Organised by: WaterAid, SHARE Consortium, Action Against Hunger, the European Commission and the German WASH Network.




Press Release: As part of Generation Nutrition EU, we call for change!

Generation Nutrition EU calls for sustained EU political leadership and additional funding to end undernutrition at upcoming Rio Summit

  • The European Commission and Member States must show continued leadership before, during and after the Nutrition4Growth Summit in Rio in August 2016.
  • Generation Nutrition Europe (EU) campaign to ask for an additional €1 billion to nutrition-spec

Generation Nutrition Prevention Factsheet: Spanish version now available

To celebrate World Toilet Day in 2015, End Water Poverty partnered with our members Generation Nutrition and WaterAid to develop the first in an upcoming series of factsheets looking at the different elements of how to ensure prevention of . Entitled "The role of water, sanitation and hygiene min the fight against child undernutrition", this Factsheet highlights the critical role water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH

Why we’ve put Liberia’s government on the spot over WASH


By Prince Kreplah

Beyond the uplifting coming together that is World Water Day 2015, here at Liberia CSOs WASH Network we wanted to try and create a lasting legacy. As such, we have called on Liberia’s government to get serious about water and sanitation; giving them 90 days to set up a WASH Commission in the country, or else face legal and other actions.

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A previous year's Walk for Water and Sanitation in Freetown

By Jariah Bah 

Though the situation has improved, my country, Sierra Leone, is not yet Ebola-free – and there are stark reminders of this, like the Vice President imposing his own 21-day quarantine in late February after the death of his bodyguard.