Five hundred participants, including government-designated experts from a hundred countries and representatives of eighty international, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations attended the International Conference on Water and the Environment (ICWE) in Dublin, Ireland, on 26-31 January 1992. The experts saw the emerging global water resources picture as critical. At its closing session, the Conference adopted this Dublin Statement and the Conference Report. The problems highlighted are not speculative in nature; nor are they likely to affect our planet only in the distant future. They are here and they affect humanity now. The future survival of many millions of people demands immediate and effective action.… Read More


Report on the High Level Forum on Water and Sanitation for All in Africa Conference, which was held from 21st – 23rd November 2013 at Hotel Sofitel in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire. WASH-Net participated as a civil society representative. The conference aims to serve as a common continental platform for African leaders in charge of Water and Sanitation sectors, and others who can influence more specific, implementable and measurable changes in WASH in Africa.… Read More


The three days Ose-To-Ose Ebola Tok campaign was an initiative of the government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Health and Sanitation and the EOC aimed at cutting the chain of transmission from one person to the other and also to build the confidence of citizens on the health care system of the country. … Read More


The 2nd Annual Review Conference on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) took place on 14th and 15th of July in Freetown. The main objective of the Conference was to take stock of the current status of WASH in Sierra Leone and to identify the way forward. The conference was attended by over 300 sector players.… Read More