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SEXTORTION IN WASH

Inequalities in access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), whilst not the root cause of violence, can exacerbate the vulnerability of women and girls to violence. One of the most prevalent and silent forms of sexual violence and corruption in WASH is sextortion. Sextortion is that form of corruption or practice in which sex, rather …

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Equity and Inclusion

Through the development of sensitization messages with local partners , WPM information developed in a very easy to read manner, with colors, charts, and photographs,infographs , organizing public campaigns and debates on the right to water and sanitation, KEWASNET aimed at generating evidence on the potential benefits arising from recognition and implementation of WASH activities …

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Training Workshop for WASH CSOs on Integrity, Quality and Compliance

On the 19th to 22nd of May 2015, Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil Societies Network (KEWASNET) in collaboration with CEWASorganized a two day training workshop for its members on Integrity, Quality and Compliance in WASH projects of Kenyan Civil Society Organizations at the Kilima Safari Camp in Amboselli. The training which saw several member organizations …

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