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Reaching Audiences Far and Wide

WaterAid/Poulomi Basu

29 Feb 2016

In the run up to International Women’s Day, SHARE set about reflecting on the far-reaching impact of several of its gender-related outputs. We were specifically interested in considering the contribution that the Menstrual Hygiene Matters resource (co-published by 18 organisations) and the Violence, Gender and WASH Toolkit (co-published by 27 organisations) have made to increasing knowledge about and providing useful tools for practitioners working in these fields.

Several of the authors of these two publications, Sarah House, Sue Cavill and Therese Mahon, provided us with a snapshot of examples:



It is excellent to see such high levels of uptake and SHARE looks forward to hearing about other examples of these outputs influencing capacity development, policy, practice and research globally.


SHARE contributes to achieving universal access to effective, sustainable and equitable sanitation and hygiene by generating evidence to improve policy and practice worldwide.