4 ways the WASH sector can collaborate better

A latrine improvement campaign in Tigray, Ethiopia. Photo by: © UNICEF Ethiopia / 2017 / Martha Tadesse / CC BY-NC-ND

STOCKHOLM — The ambitious targets set by the Sustainable Development Goals may have galvanized the water and sanitation sector, but they have also made it imperative for actors in what has traditionally been a small and insular sector to break out of their silos and work together in new and innovative ways. This was one of the messages emphasized by delegates at last week’s Stockholm World Water Week in Sweden.

Devex sat down with John Sauer, a WASH expert from Population Services International, at the conference to get his insights on how water actors can take up the challenge with meaningful and practical collaboration.

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    Sophie Edwards

    Sophie Edwards is a Reporter for Devex based in London covering global development news including global education, water and sanitation, innovative financing, the environment along with other topics. She has previously worked for NGOs, the World Bank and spent a number of years as a journalist for a regional newspaper in the U.K. She has an MA from the Institute of Development Studies and a BA from Cambridge University.