Sanitation Matters

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The Sanitation Matters podcast uncovers the latest research and expert opinions on how to tackle the global sanitation and hygiene crisis. The monthly interview is produced by SHARE Research – an international consortium dedicated to improving sanitation coverage and hygiene behaviour. The presenter is Guy Collender, the SHARE Policy and Communications Officer based at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

By Year

  • 2012

  • 2011

By Tag


  • WaterAid


  • Sanitation Matters

  • Sheela Patel

  • Dr Rick Rheingans

  • Aurelie Jeandron

  • Martin Mulenga

  • Archana Patkar

  • Zimbabwe

  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

  • Urban Santiation

  • Disability

  • Stockholm

  • Professor Sandy Cairncross

  • Menstrual Hygiene

  • Ethiopia

  • Cholera

  • Tanzania

  • iied

  • Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council

  • Peter Morgan

  • University of Leeds

  • Pit Latrines

  • South Asia

  • Bangladesh

  • Slum Dwellers International

  • Om Prasad Gautam

  • Dr Belen Torondel

  • Mahider Tesfu

  • SirajulIslam

  • Sandy Cairncross

  • Jeroen Ensink

  • International Institute for Environment and Development

  • Jane Scobie

  • World Water Week

  • Barbara Evans

  • Yael Velleman

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Menstrual hygiene: Breaking the silenceMon, 2012-05-28 18:54

The subject of menstruation remains a taboo, especially in many low-income countries. Advice and products on menstrual... See details

Health, sanitation and advocacy: The WaterAid perspectiveFri, 2012-04-13 17:11

WaterAid is well known for its eye-catching and hard-hitting advocacy campaigns. In this episode... See details

Equity matters: Policy-makers need to improve sanitation for the poorest in developing countriesMon, 2012-03-05 13:10

A new SHARE study based on research from 10 countries shows how the poorest suffer disproportionately from their lack... See details

Nepal: Investigating sanitation, health and food hygieneFri, 2012-02-24 15:19

Nepal is one of the world?s poorest countries and sanitation coverage in the mountainous republic remains low. In this... See details

Mozambique and beyond: Insights from a career at the forefront of sanitationFri, 2012-02-03 16:58

Professor Sandy Cairncross, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, has been a pioneer in the water,... See details

Slum life: Improving sanitation through community actionThu, 2011-09-01 17:19

Nearly 800 million people living in urban areas worldwide lack sanitation, and this challenge was centre stage at World... See details

Zimbabwe: The clean and revolutionary VIP latrine explained by its inventorFri, 2011-07-22 17:51

The odourless and hygienic Ventilated Improved Pit latrine has improved the lives of tens of millions of Africans. In... See details

Bangladesh: Tackling Cholera and Other Diarrhoeal DiseasesThu, 2011-05-05 13:09

Cholera and other diarrhoeal diseases remain major challenges in low-lying Bangladesh, one of the most densely... See details

Toilets for all: Why and how facilities must be improved for the disabled worldwideMon, 2011-03-28 15:28

Around 10 per cent of the world?s population is disabled, yet few researchers and interventions address improving... See details

Urban sanitation: Assessing the problems and suggesting solutionsThu, 2011-02-24 14:12

The lack of sanitation in slums worldwide is a major health concern and is likely to get worse as rapid urbanisation... See details