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WA at the first United Nations High Level Meeting on Disability and Development


Disability and WASH at the UNGA 

WaterAid has participated in the first United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting on Disability and Development. 

Disability Rights Activist Sagar Prasain attended the event on behalf of WaterAid to highlight the importance of WASH for disabled people. You can download the flyer we created to raise awareness on the issue at this event below. 

Disability and WASH (UNGA Flyer 2013)

Mr Prasain has been working for WaterAid Nepal as an Equity and Inclusion consultant. He has made a great film depicting the different barriers disabled people face with regards to access to WASH A Difficulty journey to the toilet and also contributed widely to this blog.

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An Exploratory Study of Menstruation Management in Timor-Leste

15-Dec-2016 to 15-Dec-2016

An Exploratory Study of Menstruation Management in Timor-Leste An Exploratory Study of Menstruation Management in Timor-Leste (1651 KB)

This 2016 Exploratory Study on Menstruation Management in Timor-Leste was commissioned by the BESIK program to gain insights to the factors that affect menstruation management among rural women in Timor-Leste. Insights gained from this research will be used to influence the design of sanitation programs.


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