By Dr Shannon Yee
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr Shannon Yee warns of the consequences of climate change on access to sanitation, just weeks before COP27. According to the professor from the Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States of America, the global sanitation crisis is likely to accelerate with climate change, and we need a new and innovative technological solution.
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By Serigne Mbaye Thiam
Minister of Water and Sanitation
Republic of Senegal
In March 2022, Senegal will host the 9th World Water Forum, the first of its kind in sub-Saharan Africa. By ensuring equitable and inclusive access to water, sanitation and hygiene, Africa’s productivity and economic development can be propelled forward. Serigne Mbaye Thiam, Minister of Water and Sanitation in Senegal, explains why we are at a crucial moment in Africa’s sanitation journey, and Senegal’s actions to improve sanitation for all.