A recognition of manual scavenging as a form of modern slavery, representation of the different individuals involved in sanitation in different contexts and a reflection on the history of sanitation work are key learnings to take forward.
Our new paper in the Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, The hidden WASH needs of perimenopausal women, reveals the experiences of women in Ghana who are at the time when their periods will permanently stop, at the menopause, taking a journey through a stage called the perimenopause.
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Between 22nd-26th November 2021, the first Sanitation Workers’ Forum will be held entirely online
By Eleanor Wagner, Marketing Communications Executive, Energy Saving Trust, Co-Secretariat of the Efficiency for Access Coalition This interview was conducted with Amita Bhakta for Efficiency for Access, a global coalition to accelerate clean energy access through high-performing appliances, and originally […]
This blog originally appeared on the Elrha website and the original post can be accessed here By Amita Bhakta (Independent), Michelle Farrington (Oxfam), Diana Hiscock (HelpAge International) and Marion Staunton (HelpAge International) As humanitarian practitioners, we are guided by sector […]
The report records IDDC members’ experiences of how they adapted and continued to adapt to the challenges posed directly by the COVID-19 pandemic, and illustrates the reality of people with disabilities who experience discrimination and human rights abuses around the world on an every day basis.
For the WASH sector to enable good hygiene and support the management of bodily fluids in an inclusive way, we must go back to the human body itself.
By Sally Cawood and Amita Bhakta This is a re-post of a blog written for Feminist Approaches to Labour Collectives (FemLab.co), and the original post can be accessed here. Manual scavenging – the hazardous removal of human waste from drains, […]
No matter whether a survey is hosted on a website or printed on paper, there are lots of factors to consider in the design process