The Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Network of Sierra Leone (WASH-Net Sierra Leone) is an independent national platform which seeks to ensure that the diverse voices of citizens with respect to WASH are represented and heard in the development and implementation of sector related plans and policies.


  • Emmanuel Sandy Program Manager
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  • WASH-Net Sierra Leone
    1st Floor 18 Priscilla Street
    Freetown, Western Area
    Sierra Leone

Area of Expertise

  • Influencing Policies
  • Grassroots Mobilization
  • Budget tracking and monitoring
  • Capacity development
  • Enhancing learning and exchange across the sector


For publications and other resources from WASH-Net Sierra Leone, please visit their website.

Major Current Activities

WASH-Net’s approach to development in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene sector is to enhance and facilitate a multi-stakeholders process that involves various actors across the sector, engender and promote knowledge, identify opportunities for intervention and foster learning and joint actions through:

  • Media engagements
  • Mobilization and awareness raising campaigns
  • Grassroots actions
  • Membership capacity building
  • Advocacy for the right to WASH
  • Policy dialogues/meetings
  • Sector monitoring
  • Research and documentation