Analysis of  how access to water, sanitation and hygiene affects development outcomes.

This report explores the ways in which access to water, sanitation and hygiene affects development outcomes, including health, education, gender equality, growth and employment, and environmental sustainability. It highlights the need for any post-2015 framework for development to reflect this inter- relationship and encourage collaboration across sectors, and to set ambitious targets for the achievement of universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene as a human right.

Areas of Expertise:

Aid policy

  • Aid effectiveness

Governance

  • Civil Society