The Sanitation Learning Hub is delighted to to announce the 1st edition of the new series ‘Practitioner Voices’.
About the Practitioner Voices series: the series aims to amplify insightful perspectives of practitioners working within countries at local and regional level. Each edition will have a distinct focus.
About the 1st edition 'Tough Physical Environments': SLH was very lucky to work with 3 practitioners to present their ideas, challenges and innovations of working on sanitation and hygiene in ‘tough physical environments’.
The published Practitioner Voices stories:
- Safe latrines give a new life to the Bait Al-Amir community, Yemen (Abdulwahab Almujahed)
- Environmental and sanitation challenges in Kureke, Nigeria (Mohammed Yakubu Abdulkadir)
- Lived reality of the Bagariyas: Barely surviving amidst a water crisis (Prachi Pal)
What do you think? Let us know what you think of these stories! Are they useful for your work?
Call: Get involved in the 2nd edition ‘Lifestyles and livelihoods’
We would like to hear from sanitation and hygiene practitioners with experience of working with groups with temporary, transient or informal status.
This could include pastoralists, fishing communities, mining communities, nomadic or semi-nomadic groups, temporary workers and seasonal migrants. You can find out more and send SLH your idea through this link.