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WASH Journalists get matching orders: Keep Asking questions

By Babatope Babalobi “Keep asking questions. Sanitation and hygiene are not glamorous issues that you can easily get into the front pages of the media. You have an incredible role to ...

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Water as the engine room of the Green Economy

The international UN-Water Conference, “Water in the green economy in Practice: Towards Rio+20,” held on 3-5 October in Zaragoza, Spain, facilitated the exchange of experiences and best practices in implementing water and green ...

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WASH Journalists get matc…

@nigeria_news: WASH Journalists get matching orders: Keep Asking questions http://t.co/a8ez5VvM

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Sanitation: How to achieve eradicate Open defecation in Nigeria

The Community Led Total Sanitation Approach and Sanitation marketing are crucial to achieving Open Defecation Free (ODF) communities in Nigeria, says Civil Society Activist, Princewill Emeka Mordi. More…

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Sanitation: How to achiev…

@nigeria_news: Sanitation: How to achieve eradicate Open defecation in Nigeria http://t.co/kt9Bfsjz

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ANEW Chief says CSOs must be accountable and transparent

Transparency, Accountability and Good governance are key elements that should be adopted by Civil Society Organisations in order to gain greater space in the Water and Sanitation sector, says Yiga ...

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ANEW Chief says CSOs must…

@nigeria_news: ANEW Chief says CSOs must be accountable and transparent http://t.co/pAI4HFvb

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Global Sanitation Fund will soon be accessible, NTGS assures

Salihu Abdul, Secretary General of the National Task Group on Sanitation in Nigeria, speaks on efforts being made to ensure Nigerian groups are able to access the $5m Global Sanitation ...

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Global Sanitation Fund wi…

@nigeria_news: Global Sanitation Fund will soon be accessible, NTGS assures http://t.co/gM5i9X4w

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Strategies of ending open ‘defecation’ in Nigeria

The Nigerian Government needs to educate the citizenry, particularly those in the rural areas on the harmful health effects of open defecation; and the nation should also explore ways of ...

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