Urban Sanitation Markets: Scale and Resilience - proceedings from the workshop at ODI on Friday 4 December 2015

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Urban Sanitation Markets: Scale and Resilience - proceedings from the workshop at ODI on Friday 4 December 2015

Urban Sanitation Markets: Scale and Resilience
On Friday 4 December 2015, a workshop was jointly organised by members of the UK Water Network (UKWN) and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) focusing on working with the market for sustainable and resilient sanitation service delivery.

The workshop focused on the role of the market within the context of urban sanitation and how to support market actors to achieve sustainable service delivery at scale. Participants also considered how to support critical market actors make contingency plans and prepare for crises.

Presentations are attached and you will find below the links to ODI's youtube where you can listen to the presentations and the subsequent discussions between panelists and workshop participants.

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WORKSHOP PROGRAM

Session 1 : Introduction



09:30 Welcome address – Kevin Watkins, Executive Director (ODI)

09:45 Sanitation markets – what do we mean by scale and resilience? - Presentation by Nathaniel Mason, Research Fellow (ODI)

10:00 Panel debate facilitated by Tim Brewer, Policy Analyst (WaterAid)

with:

• Jenny Lamb, Water and Sanitation Engineering Advisor (Oxfam)
• Alexis Morcette, Senior Manager, Private Sector Development (Adam Smith International)
• Mansoor Ali, Senior WASH Advisor (International Medical Corps)
• Marielle Snel, Senior Expert (IRC)
• Nathaniel Mason, Research Fellow (ODI)

10:30 Session 2 : Towards sanitation at scale through market development



Chaired by Katie Spooner, Water and Environment Adviser (CAFOD)

1. Working with sanitation entrepreneurs – Ada Oko-Williams, Technical Support Manager (WaterAid)

2. Three steps to creating investment-friendly sanitation markets – Georges Mikhael, Head of Sanitation (WSUP)

11:45 Session 3 : Opportunities and barriers for engaging with market actors



Facilitated by Tracey Keatman, Senior Consultant (Partnerships in Practice) with panelists:

• Jane Crowder, Programme and Policy Adviser – WASH (DFID)
• Remi Kaupp, Programme Officer, Programme Support Unit (WaterAid)
• Noemie De La Brosse, Inclusive Markets Consultant (Practical Action Consulting)
• Georges Mikhael, Head of Sanitation (WSUP)

13:30 Session 4 : Sanitation market analysis and strengthening



Chaired by Julian Doczi, Senior Research Officer (ODI)

Presentations followed by Q&A:

1. Participatory market mapping and urban sanitation market development – Lucy Stevens, Policy and Practice Adviser (Practical Action)

2. Using market mapping and analysis to support sustainable sanitation service delivery after Typhoon Haiyan – experiences from Eastern Samar, Philippines – Jonathan Parkinson, Senior Urban WASH Programme Strategist (Oxfam)

Session 5: 14:45 Panel debate: Working with sanitation markets to bridge the development / humanitarian divide



Facilitated by Rick Bauer, Senior WASH Adviser (Norwegian Refugee Council) with panelists:

• Sophie Tremolet, Director (Tremolet Consulting)
• Beatrice Mosello, Research Officer (ODI)
• Erick Baetings, Senior Sanitation Specialist (IRC)
• Jonathan Parkinson, Senior Urban WASH Programme Strategist (Oxfam)
• Lucy Stevens, Policy and Practice Adviser (Practical Action)

Session 6 - Part 1 :

Session 6 - Part 2 :


15:30 Moving the agenda forward

Facilitated by: Tim Brewer, Policy Analyst (WaterAid) and Katie Spooner, Water and Environment Adviser (CAFOD)

Session 7 - Part 1 :

Session 7 - Part 2 :


16:30 Close

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Re: Urban Sanitation Markets: Scale and Resilience - proceedings from the workshop at ODI on Friday 4 December 2015

Dear Dr. Jonathan,

These are interesting presentations. How can I download them, and save them on my hard disk?

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Re: Urban Sanitation Markets: Scale and Resilience - proceedings from the workshop at ODI on Friday 4 December 2015

Hi - if you want to download the videos from youtube need to use one of these

keepvid.com/
www.youtube-mp3.org/
www.videograbby.com/
www.clipconverter.cc/

You just paste the URL of the video on Youtube e.g.[url=this link] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd3Mjw0CGMU[/url] into the relevant box and click to convert. *

best regards, Jonathan


* Note: this particular hyperlink doesn't work - it's just been included here as an example of what a hyperlink to a Youtube video looks like, without making it show us as a thumbnail in this post (comment added by moderator)

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Re: Urban Sanitation Markets: Scale and Resilience - proceedings from the workshop at ODI on Friday 4 December 2015

I was going to post something similar to Jonathan.

This is the converter website I've used in the past:
www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001002.htm

(you can find a bunch of them by putting into Google "How do I download or save a YouTube video to my computer?")

However, I wonder if it will work for you in Pakistan as you've said that Youtube is banned there? So presumably they've also somehow banned this kind of downloading from Youtube to an mp4 file? If not, then this would be a very neat and easy way to get around that ban.

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Dear Dr. Jonathan and Elisabeth,

Thanks for your help. There has been some news of opening of Youtube in Pakistan; they call it Local Youtube??!! I don't know what it means.

As seen in the link, which is the news appearing in Dawn, today (19 Jan) ( www.dawn.com/news/1233960/youtube-returns-to-pakistan ), there are some ifs and buts.
(Elisabeth: Can you give your comments on the news? Is is finally open, or there are some restrictions?).

Jonathan: The ODI presentations are quite interesting. Will it be possible for you to get complete presentations and papers of the 3-day Sacosan 6 event, recently concluded at Bangladesh. I also requested the secretariat of this forum for this.

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Re: Urban Sanitation Markets: Scale and Resilience - proceedings from the workshop at ODI on Friday 4 December 2015

Hi Mughal,

That's exciting, so now you're able to watch Youtube movies in Pakistan again? I read the linked newspaper article - it seems that some content might still be censored but probably not the regular Youtube videos about toilets and presentations at sanitation conferences! So now you'll be able to watch all that (hopefully your internet connection is fast enough).

About the Sacosan presentations, Jasmin has responded to you here:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/156-co...nuary-feedback#16646

I wish all conference organizers would from the start plan to disseminate videos and presentations files aftewards, but sadly, this is not yet the case (filming incurres an additional cost, of course, but uploading the presentation files should be standard by now).

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Dear Elisabeth,

Glad to know that you looked at the article, and that I'll be able to watch presentations and sanitation videos. I'm afraid, the internet connection is somewhat slow.

What is taking Jasmin so long to get the Sacosan presentations. Perhaps, she can send reminders to the organizers.

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