|/shared-resources/grantee-materials/gender-and-social-inclusion-learning-brief||Learning Brief: Gender and Social Inclusion||
The Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) programme aims to achieve safe and sustainable sanitation for all.
|/shared-resources/references/celebrating-womanhood-how-better-menstrual-hygiene-management-path||Celebrating Womanhood: How better menstrual hygiene management is the path to better health, dignity and business||
A report on the Celebrating Womanhood: Menstrual Hygiene Management event held by the WSSCC in Geneva that brought together participants from engineering, health, education, business, marketing, ag
|Rose George, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC)||01/2013||0||http://www.wsscc.org/sites/default/files/content/Research_article_files/mhm_-_celebrating_womanhood_final_report.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/sanitation-marketing-lessons-cambodia-market-based-approach-delivering||Sanitation Marketing Lessons from Cambodia: A Market-Based Approach to Delivering Sanitation||
“The WSP-supported Sanitation Marketing Pilot Project is one of a range of sanitation marketing initiatives applying the sanitation marketing approach to the rural Cambodian context.
|Water and Sanitation Program (WSP)||10/2012||0||1.48 MB||http://cswashfund.plato.dev.ibc.com.au/sites/default/files/WSP%20Field%20Note%20-%20Cambodia%20Sanitation%20Marketing%20Pilot%20Project%202012.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/gender-water-sanitation-and-hygiene-guidance-note||Gender in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Guidance Note||
"This guidance note provides an overview of gender and diversity issues and practicalities to be kept in mind when designing water, sanitation and hygiene promotion programmes.
|International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)||01/2012||0||http://watsanmissionassistant.wikispaces.com/file/view/Guidance+note-Gender+in+water+and+sanitation-EN_LR.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/inclusion-made-easy-quick-program-guide-disability-development||Inclusion Made Easy: A quick program guide to disability in development||
The WASH chapter is in Annex B
|/shared-resources/references/towards-inclusive-wash-sharing-evidence-and-experience-field||Towards Inclusive WASH: Sharing evidence and experience from the field||
Provides a great background to Inclusive WASH, followed by case studies from various organisations
|WaterAid Australia, funded by DFAT||01/2012||0||http://www.inclusivewash.org.au/|
|/shared-resources/references/menstrual-hygiene-management-0||Menstrual Hygiene Management||
Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) has long been taboo in many countries.
|CS WASH Learning Fund Phase 1||05/2011||0||http://www.susana.org/en/resources/library/details/1427|
|/shared-resources/references/sanitation-marketing-cambodia||Sanitation Marketing in Cambodia||
Note this reference is only available to those with a WaterLines subscription, as it is not an open journal.
|Jan Willem Rosenboom, Cordell Jacks, Kov Phyrum, Michael Roberts and Tamara Baker, from Water and Sanitation Program and iDE in Waterlines (Practical Action Publishing)||01/2011||0|
|/shared-resources/references/global-scaling-sanitation-project-case-study-sustainability-rural||Global Scaling Up Sanitation Project: Case Study on Sustainability of Rural Sanitation Marketing in Vietnam||
“From 2003 to 2006, a rural pilot project was conducted in Vietnam with technical support from the non-governmental organization (NGO) International Development Enterprises (IDE) and funding from D
|Christine Sijbesma, Truong Xuan Truong and Jacqueline Devine, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP)||04/2010||0||4.8 MB||http://cswashfund.plato.dev.ibc.com.au/sites/default/files/WSP%20Vietnam%20Sanitation%20Marketing%20Sustainability%20Case%20Study_0.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/swimming-upstream-why-sanitation-hygiene-and-water-are-so-important||Swimming upstream: why sanitation, hygiene and water are so important to mothers and their daughters||
Short article on the importance of water, sanitation and hygiene to women
|Clarissa Brocklehurst, UNICEF, and Jamie Bartram, University of North Carolina||01/2010||0||http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/88/7/10-080077/en/|
|/shared-resources/references/identifying-constraints-increasing-sanitation-coverage-sanitation-demand||Identifying Constraints to Increasing Sanitation Coverage: Sanitation Demand and Supply in Cambodia||
“This field note summarises research from two studies undertaken in rural and peri-urban areas of Cambodia; one on the demand for latrines among consumers, and the other on the supply of latrines b
|Water and Sanitation Program (WSP)||10/2008||0||2.23 MB||http://cswashfund.plato.dev.ibc.com.au/sites/default/files/Sanitation%20Demand%20and%20Supply%20in%20Cambodia%202008.pdf|
|/shared-resources/references/her-its-big-issue||For Her It's the Big Issue||
This examines the crucial role women can and should play as key agents of change.
|Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), Gender and Water Alliance (GWA), Water Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)||01/2006||0||http://www.wsscc.org/resources/resource-publications/her-it%E2%80%99s-big-issue-putting-women-centre-water-supply-sanitation-an-0|