We aim to address two key challenges identified: the need for guidance on: 1) how to link WASH, food and nutrition security sectors; and 2) ways of operationalising resilience within development projects. Both challenges require concrete evidence, which we aim to provide by examining case studies from a cross-sectoral and resilience perspective.
Read this impact story of how SIANI has strengthened cross-sectoral collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus.
George Obondo, WASHnut Expert Group, presenting at the SIANI Members Meeting - Nairobi 2018
Presentation by George Obondo, ICRAF, at the SIANI Members Meeting in Nairobi, November 14th 2018
Working cross-sector is never easy. Our Expert Group provides some points of consideration for those who dare to build partnerships on the pass between WASH and agriculture.
Lack of safe and sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and poor nutrition is a global challenge. In this seminar and workshop we examine cross-sectoral aspects of WASH and nutrition,...
The aim with this workshop is to facilitate mutual learning between practitioners, encourage North-South collaboration, dialogue between practitioners and researchers and...
There is increasing awareness that food and nutrition security interventions may fail unless they are coupled with WASH interventions, especially in low and middle income countries.