For World Mental Health Day, Carin looks back at the last year in mental health, highlighting the vital role charities have played in promoting awareness and delivering much-needed care in a difficult funding environment. While there are open promises of increased government funding towards mental health, there remains a need for private funding—now more than ever.
In the second of two blog posts, Arjun Pant from Evidence Action describes the challenges it has faced with financial sustainability for its Dispensers for Safe Water programme and the path forward for ensuring ongoing viability of the programme’s operations.
In the first of two blog posts for the Stone Family Foundation, Arjun Pant from Evidence Action describes how it rapidly scaled up its Dispensers for Safe Water programme and the key lessons it learned during that process.
WSUP has been investigating how redistributive taxation and surcharges could be used to finance sanitation for low-income customers. This guest blog from Guy Norman discusses WSUP’s research and next steps.
Factor[e] Ventures and the Stone Family Foundation teamed up to take a fresh look at the sanitation value chain. Here is a guest blog from Natalie Markham summarising the process and next steps.
WaterSHED has been building the market for sanitation marketing in Cambodia for past six years – here is a guest blog on what they have learnt.