Governance, transparency and monitoring

Visit, a new advocacy resource for civil society, a new online advocacy tool for the water and sanitation sector (WASH), will make it easy for civil society to monitor their governments’ political declarations on WASH.

ANEW meets with AMCOW president

ANEW has been urged to support AMCOW in advocating for the realization of the right to water and sanitation in Africa.

Sanitation and water top the agenda in Washington DC this week

This week is an exciting one for FAN members and others in water and sanitation!

This is the week of the first High Level Meeting of

Reunión regional sobre gobernabilidad y transparencia

Day one of the Africa regional meeting of the joint FAN/WaterAid governance and transparency programme has drawn to a close.

Meeting with UK Government on right to sanitation

On the 28 October 2009, Kolleen Bouchane, FAN's Advocacy Action and Learning Officer, along with other civil society representatives met with officials from the UK Department for Internat

Civil Society Demands Action - Africa Water Week

CSO's at ANEW's pre-meeting to African Water Week discuss sanitation bottlenecks

On 8 November 2009, in Johannesburg, South Africa, civil society members met for a consultation, hosted by the African Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation (ANEW) to review progress made and identify immediate calls for action during the 2nd African Water Week.