The Global WASH Cluster operates on the principles of coordinated partnership, promoting a needs-based rather than capacity-driven response. This refocuses humanitarian response on affected populations, rather than on the organisations themselves. The Global WASH Cluster is open to actors working in emergency WASH from the UN Agencies, international humanitarian organizations, National Civil Agencies, International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. The membership is categorized with the following levels of involvement (see membership categories here):

1. Full members: envisioned to have voting rights and play an active role in determining the direction and role of the cluster and overseeing cluster responsibilities
2. Associate members (e.g. research institutes)
3. Standing observers (e.g. donors)
4. Adhoc/Special invitees (e.g. Governments, other clusters whether global or country level)

 

INGOs

ACF ACTED ADRABORDAcafodCAREclean the worldCONCERN CRSdacaarengineers without bordersgerman toilet organisationgerman wash networkgizfrontiers in public health global communitiesGLOBALMEDIC GOALHif elrha IMCimmapIMPACTinteraction IRCislamic relief MEDAIRmentor initiative MERCYCORPSmsf muslim aidnew horizonsNCA NRC OXFAMPLAN polish humanitarian actionpolish humanitarian teampremière urgencepsiREDRUKrelief international SAMARITANSPURSE SAVEserdoshelter centre SOLIDARITES TDH TEARFUND welthungerhilfeworld vision

UN Agencies

 

 

 

IOMMonuscomonuscoOCHA PAHOUNDP UNEPUNHABITAT UNHCR UNICEFUNRWA WFPWHO

 

 

 

Red Cross

 

 

ICRCIFRC

 

 

Governmental agencies

 

CDC MSBDSSpeace corps

 

donors

 

 

 

 

 

Australian AidDFIDMOFA - NetherlandsECHOUSAIDSDCSIDATHW

 

 

 

 

 

private

 

 

dryletVEOLIA Foundation

 

 

academia/institutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACAPSalnapantennabioforcebuffalo universitycawstcoventry universityLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicinesoradiTUFTSUniversity of SurreyWEDC