In 2015, after a decade of approaching rural sanitation by subsidizing latrine construction with minimal results, the Government of Senegal launched a new strategy for rural sanitation defined by a transfer of responsibility for the acquisition of
Like many of us, Fatou Badji balances a hectic schedule. She is the chairlady of a women's group that sells onions and other essentials. She is also on the frontlines of addressing the global sanitation crisis.
In Bangladesh, the Global Water Security and Sanitation Partnership (GWSP) supported the Government in demonstrating the use of microfinance to encourage sanitation investments by rural households and entrepreneurs.