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Eight Women to Watch: Rising African Women Leaders in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

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This post originally appeared on African Development Jobs‘ website. Reprinted with permission. In the Mkuranga District outside of Dar es Salaam, maternal deaths have dropped to zero, which is unheard of in Tanzania. At 578 per 100,000 deaths, the national

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Posted in Menstrual Hygiene, Sanitation, Women

Harvesting rainwater helps keep girls safe at school in Uganda

by Gemma Bulos, Director of the Global Women’s Water Initiative. This post is part of a series created in partnership by WASH Advocates and Women Deliver. For more information, please contact Cecilia Snyder csnyder@WASHadvocates.org. This blog post is also part

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Harvesting rainwater helps keep girls safe at school in Uganda

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Guest post by Gemma Bulos, Director of the Global Women’s Water Initiative. At Amuria High School in Uganda, even though female students live at the school as boarders, perfect attendance is not guaranteed. Girl children are required to fetch water

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Posted in WASH in Schools, Women
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