Water & Development Congress Author Series: Juan M. Lema & Sonia Suárez

To celebrate the IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition 2017 we're featuring essential books and interviews from their authors about important topics from the event.

Water & Development Congress Author Series: Bambos Charalambous

To celebrate the IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition 2017 we're featuring essential books and interviews from their authors about important topics from the event.

Water & Development Congress Author Series: Enrique Cabrera

To celebrate the IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition 2017 we're featuring essential books and interviews from their authors about important topics from the event.

Water & Development Congress Author Series: Robert Bos

To celebrate the IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition 2017 we're featuring essential books and interviews from their authors about important topics from the event.

Translating Human Rights criteria into operational terms Translating Human Rights criteria into operational terms

Translating the Human Rights criteria into action is a challenge for water and sanitation professionals, particularly for regulators. Mohamed Tawfik and the IWA Communications department for Water Policy and Regulation have procvided a helpful outline and infographics to illustrate some of the key criteria & principles in relation to drinking water supply and sanitation services.

PRESS RELEASE: New Open Access Editorial on the risks of neglecting shared sanitation in Sustainable Development efforts

Discounting shared sanitation in the push for Sustainable Development risks leaving the poorest settlements behind: new Open Access editorial

What needs to change to achieve access to sanitation for all by 2030? What needs to change to achieve access to sanitation for all by 2030?

Andrés Hueso, Senior Policy Analyst for Sanitation at WaterAid, discusses the opportunities and challenges involved in global prioritisation of sanitation and water for all.

Would the poor slum dweller contribute financially for water supply and why?

Following the publication of research from 23 slums of Kolkata, India, author Indranil De considers the willingness of different ethnic groups to pay for better water supply and the factors that affect this.

Measuring Willingness-to-Pay for Water and Sanitation by People Living with HIV and AIDs in South Africa

Journal author Dr Ephias M. Makaudze outlines the significance of his studies into the importance of clean water and safe sanitation to people living with HIV and AIDs in South Africa, where rising urban slum population increasingly strains the resources of local municipalities.

Costing Improved Water Supply Systems for Low-income Communities - Water Supply Costing Processor Tool Costing Improved Water Supply Systems for Low-income Communities - Water Supply Costing Processor Tool

This free downloadable Excel-based costing tool is designed to be used with its manual which can be purchased...

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