Latest SuSanA News - how do you like the new format?

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Latest SuSanA News - how do you like the new format?

Dear all,

we are happy that the latest SuSanA Newsletter is now available on the SuSanA platform - you can read it even if you haven't subscribed to the Newsletter (if you would like to subscribe you can do that either as a registered member under "Change your Detail" or here )

The Newsletter has undergone two major changes. Firstly, we sent it in English language only, but you can read the SuSanA webpages linked in it in over 100 languages by clicking "select language" on the top of the SuSanA website. We are happy to hear about your experiences using the translation tool on the SuSanA page.
Secondly, the layout comes in a new shine. We hope to improve the clarity and legibility for you as readers and give you a quick overview on what happened and will be coming up within the SuSanA network. For those interested further in the different topics, every teaser has a link attached that provides more information.

How do you like the new format? We are also very interested in hearing about compatibility with mobile versions.

In the past, the news were called SuSanA newsmail, we introduced the term SuSanA Newsletter now (after having some discussion about whether to calling it News, Newsmail, Newsletter...)- which one do you prefer?

Best regards,

On behalf of the SuSanA Secretariat

Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA)
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Re: Latest SuSanA News - how do you like the new format?

Thanks for sharing this. Took a bit to figure out the RSS feed URL for it (all 2018 newsletters will be syndicated under this URL: ), but it works fine.
I have also added it to my automated WASH news aggregator here:

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