Beyond CSR: developing sustainable business solutions for sanitation in India

This leadership perspective by Jean-Laurent Ingles, Unilever, forms part of a series on the theme of creating business value and development impact in the WASH sector. The series and accompanying Discussion Paper are co-produced by WSUP and Business Fights Poverty. As one of the world’s fastest growing emerging economies, India presents a significant opportunity for future growth for companies. […]

Creating business value and development impact in the WASH sector

Next week we’ll be running a series of leadership perspectives on the theme of ‘creating business value and development impact in the WASH sector’ in collaboration with Business Fights Poverty. What do we mean by this concept, and why do we think it’s important? For a number of years the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility […]

The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation broadens reach of Replenish Africa initiative

WSUP is delighted to have been announced as one of the key strategic partners of The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation in supporting the Replenish Africa Initiative, which will see our work continue in Zambia, Kenya, Madagascar and Mozambique. Read the news release below to learn more. Coca-Cola Extends Investment to US$65 Million in Safe Water Access Programs Benefitting […]

Public Finance for WASH launched

Universal water and sanitation coverage will require governments to invest more money, and to invest it more effectively. But how can this be achieved? Launching today, the Public Finance for WASH website has some of the answers: Public Finance for WASH is a collaborative advocacy and research initiative of WSUP, IRC and Trémolet Consulting. The […]

The MapSan trial: a controlled before and after study of shared sanitation in Maputo

If you’ve been following WSUP’s research activities, you’ll know that one of our most exciting pieces of work is the evaluation of the health impacts of our sanitation programme in Maputo (Mozambique). This major study, funded by USAID, is being led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). The research is looking at a […]