Content Warning: This post deals with topics pertaining to sexual abuse and exploitation Lack of access to safe drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) disproportionately impacts women and girls. From…
We are a powerful CSO platform established by African CSOs recognized by governments and other major stakeholders in the water and sanitation (WASH) and water resource management (WRM) sector at the national, regional, pan-African and international levels.
We have been charged by the African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) with a substantial and significant mandate, from the grassroots and national level to the regional and pan-African level. Such recognition for CSOs in Africa is not common and is a demonstration of the impact that ANEW has made in the WASH/WRM sector in Africa.
We strive to share messages on leaving no one behind; Gender and WASH; Climate change and Water Sustainability as prescribed by our members
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Africa Water and Sanitation Week
22 – 26 November 2021
The 8th Africa Water Week (AWW8) and the 6th AfricaSan are being jointly organized this year as a virtual conference. Joined together as the Africa Water and Sanitation Week (AWSW), the conference is convened by the African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) in conjunction with the African Union Commission and organized with other development partners.
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