|/shared-resources/references/strengthening-enabling-environment-what-does-it-really-mean-and-how-do||Strengthening the enabling environment: What does it really mean and how do you go about it?||
This Briefing Note provides a definition of the WASH enabling environment, an overview of various levels of country-wide, governance and WASH-specific aspects and a comparison of existing tools and frameworks to analyse the enabling environment.
|CS WASH Fund Management Facility||11/2017||0||103.2 KB||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/2016_CS%20WASH%20FMF_BriefingNote_Strengthening%20WASH%20Enabling%20Environment.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/last-taboo-research-menstrual-hygiene-management-pacific||The Last Taboo: research on menstrual hygiene management in the Pacific||
A winner of the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's internal 2015 Ideas Challenge, this program investigates how girls’ and women’s access to menstrual hygiene is a barr
|/shared-resources/references/fund-learning-and-reflection-event-plenary-gender-wash||Fund Learning and Reflection Event Plenary on Gender & WASH||
CS WASH Fund Learning and Reflection Event Plenary video, 1 August 2017.
|CS WASH Fund||09/2017||0||https://youtu.be/Pb4Bqq1N5n0|
|/shared-resources/references/gender-equality-and-disability-inclusion-within-water-sanitation-and||Gender Equality and Disability Inclusion within water, sanitation and hygiene||
The discussion paper is intended as a conversation starter for WASH program managers and other development practitioners looking to strengthen their conceptual and practical understanding of challenges and successes in integrating gender and disability in WASH; and those looking to move towards more transformative and sustainable practice.
|/shared-resources/references/learning-brief-moving-odf-safely-managed-sanitation-all||Learning brief: Moving from ODF to safely managed sanitation for all||
This Learning Brief on Moving from ODF to safely managed sanitation for all provides an overview of the issues and challenges CSOs must consider in moving beyond the achievement of Open Defecation Free to ensuring safely sanitation for all.
|CS WASH Fund||05/2017||0||504.95 KB||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/2016_LearningBrief_South_Asia_MovingfromODF.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/learning-brief-how-can-practitioners-know-when-faecal-waste-safe||Learning brief: How can practitioners know when faecal waste is safe?||
This Learning Brief on How can practitioners know when faecal waste is safe? provides an overview of the issues and challenges CSOs must consider in moving beyond the achievement of Open Defecation Free to ensuring safely sanitation for all.
|CS WASH Fund||05/2017||0||786.38 KB||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/2016_SouthAsia_LearningBrief_Safefaecalwaste.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/synthesis-report-thinking-beyond-open-defecation-free-towards-safely||Synthesis Report: Thinking beyond Open Defecation Free towards safely managed sanitation for all||
This Synthesis Report of the CS WASH Fund South Asia Regional Learning Event captures CSO project approaches including how they work with government, how they apply participatory-planning processes and other strategies to achieve ODF, how they bring together multiple dimensions of WASH including gender and social inclusion, and a variety of innovative approaches. It also provides an overview of the status of sanitation in South Asia and the challenges ahead as countries work towards not only 100% open defecation free status but also safe sanitation.
|CS WASH Fund||05/2017||0||3.61 MB||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/2016_CSWASHFund_South_Asia_Synthesis_Report.pdf|
|/node/6847||SNV Menstrual Hygiene Management resource||
Download SNV's latest Menstrual Hygiene Management resource reflecting on the integrated rights-based approach they have developed at scale to improve safe Menstrual Hygiene Management(MHM), throug
|/shared-resources/references/summary-findings-practical-strategic-changes-strengthening-gender-wash||Summary of findings: From practical to strategic changes: Strengthening gender in WASH||
This is a summary of findings and recommendations from the Plan International's Innovation and Impact Fund Grant which examined the impact of the Gender and WASH Monitoring Tool (GWMT) on the achievement of strategic gender outcomes in Vietnam.
|ISF UTS / Plan International||01/2017||0||545.67 KB||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/ISFUTS_Plan_2016_Strengthening%20Gender%20in%20WASH_Summary%20Document_CSWASHInnovation%20Grant.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/six-tips-planning-and-running-inclusive-meetings-and-events||Six tips for planning and running inclusive meetings and events||
Developed by CBM Australia, this document offers six tips to guide organisations in making community level events and meetings inclusive.
|CBM Australia||01/2017||0||896.87 KB||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/CBM_2016_Six%20tips%20for%20inclusive%20meetings%20and%20events.docx|
|/shared-resources/references/thinking-beyond-finish-line-sustainable-sanitation-services-all||Thinking Beyond the Finish Line: Sustainable Sanitation Services for All||
This report provides a synthesis and summary of the Asia Regional Learning Event on Sustainability held in Phonm Penh, Cambodia from 14 to 17 March 2016.
|SNV and IRC||01/2017||0||2.88 MB||www.ircwash.org/sites/default/files/ssh4a_snv_asia_learning_event_2016_final.pdf||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/ssh4a_snv_asia_learning_event_2016_final_opt.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/practical-strategic-changes-strengthening-gender-wash||From practical to strategic changes: Strengthening gender in WASH||
This is the Final Research Report from Plan International's Innovation and Impact Fund Grant which examined the impact of the Gender and WASH Monitoring Tool (GWMT) on the achievement of strategic gender outcomes in Vietnam.
|ISF UTS/ Plan International||01/2017||0||709.32 KB||http://www.cswashfund.org/sites/default/files/ISFUTS_Plan_2016_Strengthening%20Gender%20in%20WASH_Final%20Research%20Report_CSWASHInnovation%20Grant.pdf|