Press Release: WSSCC approved to become the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund - reactions

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Press Release: WSSCC approved to become the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund

Dear SuSanA Colleagues,

I am delighted to share some news on behalf of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, (WSSCC). WSSCC has received approval to evolve into the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund.

This Fund will effectively support the world’s poorest and most left behind in achieving the sanitation and hygiene related Sustainable Development
Goal.

Please read the press release here https://bit.ly/3cbGBWO .

MachrineBirungi
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WSSCC
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Re: A Statement from Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, Minister of Health, Government of Uganda - Call for increased international investment in sanitation and hygiene

Dear SuSanA colleagues, 

On 4 May, the Steering Committee of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) took a landmark decision by approving WSSCC’s new 2021-2025 strategy. This decision paves the way for WSSCC to evolve into the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund, a scalable and global Fund to effectively support the world’s poorest and most left behind in achieving the sanitation and hygiene related Sustainable Development Goal.

In response, Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, Minister of Health for Uganda, has issued a statement in support of what she describes as WSSCC's "brave and bold step to evolve into the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund."

"Given its long-established relationships with governments and partners, the organization is well placed to undertake this service on behalf of governments and the wider sector."

The full statement was published on the WSSCC website

Link to the report: bit.ly/2SMQmTH

Best regards,

Machrine Birungi
Social media analyst
WSSCC 
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