africasan REPORTS AND DECLARATIONS

The Camissa Multi-Stakeholder Statement on Achieving Access to Adequate and Equitable Sanitation and Hygiene for All and Ending Open Defecation in Africa by 2030 signals the sector’s continued commitment to realising the Ngor Vision in Africa as well as a call to further action to redouble efforts and work collaboratively in support of government efforts to achieve the Ngor Vision and Commitments and SDG targets.  AMCOW is called on to continue to monitor the Ngor Vision and Commitments and to strengthen the approach to better evaluate progress in hygiene. 

Through the Camissa Multi-Stakeholder statement stakeholders participating at AfricaSan5 called upon the African Union to place a greater emphasis on the sanitation and hygiene crisis specifically by including sanitation and hygiene as an agenda of the Assembly of the African Union Heads of State and Government. 

Camissa has raised sanitation and hygiene to the highest level of responsibility by calling upon Heads of State of the Africa Union to declare an Africa-wide state of emergency on sanitation and hygiene and to themselves be sanitation and hygiene champions in their respective countries.

The Camissa Multi-Stakeholder Statement on Achieving Access to Adequate and EquitableSanitation and Hygiene for All and Ending Open Defecation in Africa by 2030

We, the delegates attending the Fifth Africa Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene, through thematic multi-stakeholder consultations and sessions, draw attention to the following key understandings of the sanitation and hygiene sector in Africa.

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