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Sat, 24 Jun 2017 19:15:45 +0200Joomla! - Open Source Content Management/media/kunena/images/icons/rss.pngTopics in Category: Conferences, seminars and workshops - SuSanA Forumen-gbInternational Resource Recovery Conference in New York (August 5th-9th, 2017) - by: IRRC2017
to register now!]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsFri, 16 Jun 2017 20:57:17 +0200Abstracts Open for the 2nd International Peri-Urban Conference, in Cape Town from 26th to 29th November 2017 - by: SudhirPillay
http://forum.susana.org/156-conferences-seminars-and-workshops/21450-abstracts-open-for-the-2nd-international-peri-urban-conference-in-cape-town-from-26th-to-29th-november-2017#21685The Water Research Commission and Water Institute of Southern Africa together with our partners from Western Sydney University, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia and Plant & Food Research, New Zealand host the 2nd International Peri-Urban Conference, in Cape Town from 26th to 29th November 2017.
I am pleased to announce the 2nd Peri-Urban Conference taking place in 2017 (see below)
. Please submit 2 page abstracts – guidance is provided on the website (There is a 15th June deadline for the call) . I would appreciate it if you could also forward to colleagues who may be doing research or piloting interesting concepts around the peri-urban spaces of your cities. The themes are listed below:
Themes of the Conference
• The water, energy, food nexus
• Water Sensitive Spatial planning and management : Reimagining cities and peri-urban spaces
• Integrated Policy, Planning and Investment for Sustainable Futures
• Rethinking ecological and built infrastructure
• Planning for connectivity, integration and sustainability of marginalised communities in peri-urban-urban spaces
• Urban-Peri-urban and Rural flows: unlocking the green economy
• Urban agriculture and food security
• Adaptation to climate variability and change
• Emerging peri-urban water quality issues
• Rethinking sanitation and wastewater systems for beneficiation
• Innovative technologies and solutions
The conference will take place from :
When: 26th to 29th November 2017
Where: Century City Conference Centre, Cape Town
Info on Century City:
Century City's original developments were the Ratanga Junction theme park and Canal Walk shopping centre. Canal Walk was the largest shopping mall in Africa and the Southern Hemisphere in lettable area when it was opened in December 2000 at 125,000m². More recently expanded to 141 000m², the mall contains over 400 stores, 20 movie theatres, many restaurants and bars and an entertainment section. Architecturally, it was designed with the "Cape Venetian" style in mind. Two twin office towers - the Canal Walk Towers - rest atop of the mall. The Ratanga Junction theme park has had many monetary issues, resulting in downsizing, off-season closures and the addition of year-round conferences and entertainment facilities.
Accommodation: Nearby is the 204-room StayEasy by Southern Sun hotel. It was the first hotel in the precinct when it opened in early 2001. The Colosseum is a mixed-use R300 million development, including ground-floor cafes, offices and a 70-room four-star hotel. Construction was completed in January 2007. Adjacent to the mall are two 11-storey towers called the Crystal Towers that opened at the end of 2009. It is the largest development in the precinct after Canal Walk itself. The R750 million development consists of Century City's first 5-star hotel with 180 rooms, as well as 91 luxury apartments and an office block.]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsTue, 30 May 2017 15:06:07 +0200Regional Insights Dialogue on Sanitation and Malnutrition - Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, from 2 PM on 30th May - by: nityajacob
IRC, The India Sanitation Coalition and Taru Leading Edge are organizing a Regional Insights Dialogue on Sanitation and Malnutrition. This will be held at in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, at the Bhopal School of Social Sciences from 2 PM on 30th May.
]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsThu, 18 May 2017 12:24:33 +0200WASH Futures 2018 Conference, 5-9 March 2018, Brisbane, Australia - by: Sinead
WASH Futures 2018 Conference
5 - 9 March, 2018
Abstract submissions for the WASH Futures 2018 Conference are now being accepted from interested individuals or groups for oral or poster presentations, and training workshops. Submit your abstract before 15 June 2017.
WASH Futures 2018 Conference, hosted in Brisbane, Australia 5 - 9 March, will explore the core theme of Collaboration for Universal WASH. Hosted by the International WaterCentre in partnership with the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the conference will gather a wide range of practitioners and professionals from industry and private sectors, governments and academic institutions to contribute to the broader international WASH dialogue and share knowledge with the Australian WASH community and partners.
The five day program comprises a two day conference and three days of training workshops, and will focus primarily, but not exclusively, on the following topics:
Financing and investing to achieve universal and sustainable WASH systems
Collaborative and effective WASH enabling environments
Women and sustainable WASH
Sustainable WASH for rural populations
Urban water and sanitation systems
WASH service delivery beyond households
Hygiene for personal health and wellbeing
Integrating WASH with water security and other sectors
Achieving SDG6 in Pacific Island Countries
WASH 2018 Abstract submission
Abstracts are invited from interested individuals or groups, on the conference topics, or other relevant topics. Collaborations between organisations are encouraged, as are teams of trainers/workshop presenters, to enable a diversity of experiences from conceptual/academic to practice.
A conference program of oral presentations, with specific thematic sessions and streams, will be developed based upon the abstracts accepted. Submitted abstracts must align with one or more of the above topics (abstracts may align with more than one numbered topic, and do not necessarily need to align with a specific dot point listed under each topic online).
The Conference Committee will also review abstracts and work in partnership with selected training/workshop teams to ensure the training program delivers high quality opportunities for building the capacity of delegates.
For more information and to submit an abstract please visit the WASH Futures 2018 website:
]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsTue, 16 May 2017 23:29:08 +0200India Sanitation Conclave, 27-28 April, New Delhi - by: UDAY
http://forum.susana.org/156-conferences-seminars-and-workshops/20889-india-sanitation-conclave-27-28-april-new-delhi#21449Conferences, seminars and workshopsFri, 05 May 2017 06:14:07 +0200Water Security and Climate Change - WSCC 2017 Conference in Cologne, Germany - by: TSberg
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Water Security and Climate Change Conference 2017
18th-21st September 2017
TH Köln, Cologne, Germany
We are pleased to announce that abstracts are now being solicited for the WSCC 2017; organized by the Centers for Natural Resources and Development – CNRD (TH Köln), the International Network on Sustainable Water Management in Developing Countries - SWINDON (TU Braunschweig) in cooperation with Food Security Center - FSC.
Achieving water security is one of the major challenges faced by society on both a global and local level today. Building bridges between disciplines, sectors and different groups of stakeholders, the conference will serve as a platform for discussions towards water secure societies. WSCC 2017 provides a stimulating environment with the intention to yield innovative ideas and grounds for implementation.
WSCC 2017 follows the successful conference WSCC 2016 at the Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok which united over 150 experts.
Further information regarding abstract submission instructions and evaluation criteria are attached and available under
Sign up for your mailing list to be kept up to date on the latest news and keynote speakers.
Looking forward to meeting you in Cologne!]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsTue, 02 May 2017 14:18:44 +02004th International Faecal Sludge Management Conference (FSM4) - 19-22 February 2017 in Chennai, India - All materials now available - by: secretariat
unfortunately we don't have the keynote presentations at hand to upload them.
However, the audio recordings of these prsentations are available:
On behalf of the SuSanA Secretariat]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsThu, 20 Apr 2017 14:47:33 +0200FSM Business Convention - any details available? (London, end of March) - by: AParker
http://forum.susana.org/156-conferences-seminars-and-workshops/20800-fsm-business-convention-any-details-available-london-end-of-march#21291Conferences, seminars and workshopsThu, 20 Apr 2017 11:21:01 +0200Aid & Development Asia Summit 2017 - 14-15 June 2017 in Nay Pyi Taw, the capital city of Myanmar (Burma) - by: AlinaAIDF
Aid & Development Asia Summit
will take place on 14-15 June 2017 in Nay Pyi Taw, the capital city of Myanmar (Burma).
Gathering 250+ humanitarian and development professionals, The Aid & Development Asia Summit will bring together regional and global expertise to discuss innovations and partnerships for aid and development programmes in Asia, with a particular focus on Myanmar.
The Summit will offer an unparalleled opportunity for knowledge exchange, cross-sector engagement and collaboration between UN, government agencies, local and international NGOs, Red Cross, development banks, investors, associations, media and the private sector.
Be part of this year’s Aid & Development Asia Summit and:
• Compare your approaches with peers and build long lasting partnerships and alliances with UN and government agencies, NGOs, donors, and the private sector
• Hear latest policy and project updates and influence the debate on improving humanitarian aid operations and infrastructure resilience – especially in Myanmar
• Exchange best practice and discover innovations in health & WASH, agriculture and infrastructure resilience, humanitarian logistics, use of (mobile) technology for development programmes
• Gain first hand insights from development banks, donors and government agencies on their financing priorities and funding guidelines
• Improving health resilience & addressing current health threats (dengue, Zika, malaria, TB, HIV)
• Ensuring access to safe drinking water and sanitation
• Building resilient infrastructure to better support SDGs
• Improving lives and livelihoods and the safety of displaced people
• Utilising mobile technology to better reach and engage communities
• Improving connectivity, social networks and data exchange
• Financing of development and aid programmes in Myanmar
]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsFri, 24 Mar 2017 10:27:23 +0100WSSCC 61st CSW side event - by: Sanchita
As many of you know, WSSCC is hosting a side event with the Governments of Niger, Singapore and UN Women on Women's Access to Sanitation and Hygiene in the Informal Sector during the Commission on the Status of Women on the 20th of March at 8 am at the UN Headquarters in New York (see invitation attached).
It would be very helpful if you could send the attached invitation to those based in New York or who may be present at CSW. Please share widely.
Sanchita]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsThu, 16 Mar 2017 10:01:14 +0100"Circular Economy - transforming waste into resources" 33rd AGUASAN Workshop – June 26th to 30th, 2017, Spiez, Switzerland - by: eluisa
this year’s AGUASAN Workshop titled: Circular economy – transforming waste into resources
The focus of this year’s AGUASAN Workshop will be dedicated to exchanging and generating
knowledge to assist participants in transitioning from linear to circular water and sanitation models. Participants will do so by looking at the concept of circular economy in relation to the water and nutrient cycles and by identifying barriers and drivers in transitioning to a circular economy.
They will analyse successful and failed approaches, apply them to managing water and nutrient cycles and prioritize entry points and courses of action for the transition.
The workshop will feature topic-specific inputs, case studies and the expertise gathered by the articipants. Supported by a professional team of facilitators and interactive formats the participants will share experiences and leave the event with practical tools as well as strengthened professional ties across the different communities. The accompanying announcement outlines the concept of the workshop in more depth. If you are interested in attending the event, please complete the enclosed pre-registration form
and return it to us as indicated, but not later than March 19th 2017. If you wish to forward this
information to colleagues and partner organisations, please feel free to do so. Since we need to
limit the number of participants to optimise the working environment, the applications will undergo a selection procedure. A well-balanced mix of participants regarding their expertise and gender as well as their thematic, organisational as well as geographic backgrounds is aimed at, whilst ensuring that communication in English can be achieved. Participants that are willing to prepare and present a relevant case study, poster or similar are given priority in the selection procedure. The workshop steering committee bears the responsibility for handling the selection
procedure.]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsFri, 10 Feb 2017 06:15:09 +0100Accelerating Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) strategies through market development approaches - 14th February at Le Meridien, New Delhi - by: nityajacob
We are pleased to announce that Population Services International (PSI) is going to host a Sanitation Conclave on “Accelerating Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) strategies through market development approaches” on 14th February at Le Meridien, New Delhi (Invite and Draft agenda attached).
PSI launched Supporting Sustainable Sanitation Improvements (3SI) Project in Bihar in 2012. 3SI is a 5-year program funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which aims to (a) create sustainable business models for increasing supply of sanitation products and services through the private sector (b) increase demand for improved sanitation products and services. Unilever is partnering with PSI for the Domex Toilet Academy (DTA) model in Bihar to primarily make sanitation financing accessible to households and to sanitation entrepreneurs. PSI’s sanitation programme aims to sell and install household toilets in rural communities while educating communities on the importance of sanitation and hygiene. This program is currently scaling its models across the state of Bihar and has trained over 577 entrepreneurs to run successful businesses and provided high quality sanitation solutions to more than 100,000 households at affordable prices. Additionally, a sanitation finance value chain has been established to service for credit needs of consumers and sanitation enterprises. It has created a corpus that can be potentially expanded to serve geographies beyond Bihar.
The conclave will bring together sector experts and multiple stakeholders together to deliberate and discuss on the value in adopting Market Development Approaches (MDA) towards achieving the vision for an ODF India. The half day event will include three moderated panel discussions. The format will comprise of the moderator posing questions to the panel.
1. “The role Market Development Approaches (MDA) can play in accelerating the Swachh Bharat Mission strategies”. This session will highlight how MDA has been adopted by various stakeholders in the sanitation space in India and contributing towards the Government of India vision of an Open Defecation Free (ODF) India. This session would be moderated by Mr. Shankar Narayanan, Managing Director, PSI India Private Limited (IPL). The other distinguished panelists for the session are:
- Ms. Vijayalakshmi Das, Chief Executive (Friends of Women World Banking)
- Mr. Neeraj Jain, Country Program Leader (PATH)
- PSI Representative
2. “Understanding the policy landscape of the Swachha Bharat Mission”. This session will share strengths and gaps in the policy environment through a focused discussion on the market of toilet incentive. The discussions will contribute in building a shared understanding of the opportunities and challenges. This session will be moderated by a sector expert. Potential panelists are:-
- Ms. Madhu Krishna, Sr. Program Officer, WASH, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF)
- Mr. Arumugam Kalimuthu , Program Director, Swachh Bharat Mission, Technical Assistance Program,
- Ms. Meera Mehta, Professor Emeritus at CEPT University
- Ms. Neerja Chaudhary, Independent Media Expert
- PSI representative
3. “Market Development Approach in Sanitation- Investment opportunities and challenges”. The panel would be chaired by Krishnan Hariharan, Project Lead, Water and Sanitation Programme, DASRA. The aim is to facilitate a dialogue among key donor organizations in the sanitation space in India to increase access to sustained investments in market development approaches for delivery of safe sanitation products and services. The group will ideate on what the vision for success look should like, the support and evidence needed by different group of stakeholders that would steer investment strategies to MDA for Open Defecation Free India.
Potential panelists are:-
- Mr. Aiyong (Paul) Seong, Deputy Office Director, USAID India, Office of Social Sector Initiatives
- Mr. Divyang Waghela, Tata Trusts
- Ms Mala Subramaniam, CEO, Arghyam
Population Services International, India
C-445, Chittaranjan Park, New Delhi 110019
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Healthy Lives and Measurable Results]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsFri, 10 Feb 2017 03:08:21 +0100IWA conference on sustainable solutions for small water and wastewater treatment systems (S2small2017.org) - by: fchaza07
http://forum.susana.org/156-conferences-seminars-and-workshops/20385-iwa-conference-on-sustainable-solutions-for-small-water-and-wastewater-treatment-systems-s2small2017-org#20385welcome you to the International IWA conference on sustainable solutions for small water and wastewater treatment systems (
) that will be held October 22-26 in Nantes, France.
Small2017 co-organized by IMT Atlantique, GEPEA , IWA and ASTEE will be held in Nantes (city congress centre). S2small2017 will address the latest advances in the field of water and wastewater management for small systems and decentralized approaches.
This joint conference will bring together the 14th IWA Specialized Conference on Small Water and Wastewater Systems (SWWS) together with the 6th IWA Specialized Conference on Resources-Oriented Sanitation (ROS) and the 3rd International Conference Terra Preta Sanitation & Decentralized Wastewater System.
The event is a continuation of the previous successful Conferences of the 11th SWWS (Harbin, China), the 12th SWWS and 4th ROS (Muscat, Oman), the 13th SWWS and 5th ROS (Athens, Greece) and the 2nd TPS (Goa, India).
S2small2017 is intended to:
Researcher specialized in environmental sciences
Engineers working in research and development
Stakeholders from the water sector (local community, water agencies etc.)
]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsWed, 08 Feb 2017 13:56:24 +0100UNC Water and Health Conference - 10-14 Oct 2016 (USA) - conference presentations now available - by: muench
) that many of the presentations from this conference are now available online:
Accelerating Urban Sanitation in India: Policy Evolution, Progress, Implementation Challenges and Research Questions
WASH Disaster Management: Mitigation, Preparation, Response and Recovery
Demand Creation and Supply Chain Development for Rural Sanitation in Hoa Binh Province, Vietnam: Post-Intervention Rapid Assessment
Potential for a Development Impact Bond in Water, Sanitation & Hygiene
I'll copy here the titles from the conference archive page without any formatting just so that people find them when they do author or keyword searches on this forum (but click on the link above to access the presentations):
Name Affiliation Title Download Link
Greg Allgood World Vision Water World Vision's WASH Program Download Presentation File
Srinivas Chary Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) Accelerating Urban Sanitation in India: Policy Evolution, Progress, Implementation Challenges and Research Questions Download Presentation Here
Marc Edwards Virginia Tech Non-Academic Perspectives on Access to Safe Potable Water in the U.S. Download Presentation Here (LARGE FILE)
Rebecca Fry UNC Superfund Research Program Mapping toxic metals across NC Download Presentation Here
Melissa Opryszko, Laure Anquez USAID/OFDA, UNICEF WASH Disaster Management: Mitigation, Preparation, Response and Recovery Download Presentation Here
Heather Skilling DAI Systems Strengthening Thematic Keynote Download Presentation File
Verbal, Poster, and Side Event Presentations
Theodora Adomako-Adjei Community Water and Sanitation Agency Synergizing for Shared Impact to Achieve Universal access to Sustainable Water services Download Presentation File
Carmen Anthonj, Andrea Rechenburg, Thomas Kistemann Institute for Hygiene and Public Health, GeoHealth Centre, University of Bonn WASH in Wetlands: Where do we stand? Download Presentation File
Braimah Apambire, Victoria M. Cuellar Desert Research Institute Working in Northern Ghana: Synergy Created Download Presentation File
Claire Chase World Bank Water Demand Creation and Supply Chain Development for Rural Sanitation in Hoa Binh Province, Vietnam: Post-Intervention Rapid Assessment Download Presentation File
Woody M. Collins Congo Helping Hands, Inc. Water Quality of Capped Springs (improved water sources) in Rural Democratic Republic of the Congo Download Presentation File
Mark Elliott, Kevin White and Robert Jones University of Alabama College of Envineering, University of South Alabama Direct Discharge of Household Wastewater in Rural Alabama - Scope and Impacts Download Presentation File
Barbara Evans, Andy Peal, Lars Schoebitz, Luca Di Mario and Kate Medlicott UN Habitat, WHO, UNICEF SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 – A draft monitoring framework Download Presentation File
Marie Ruthza Flavienne Vincent, Jude François, Ruth Berggren, Jason Rosenfeld Eco-Eau et Jeunesse Haiti, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics Successes and Limitations of Community Based WASH Governance in Haiti Download Presentation File
Joshua V. Garn, Gabrielle Halcrow, Antoinette Kome, Eduardo Perez, Matthew C. Freeman Emory University, SNV Assessing the equity of the Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) program: a pre- post-assessment in 11 countries Download Presentation File
Amy Guo, Georgia Kayser, Jamie Bartram, Michael Bowling The Water Institute at UNC WaSH in rural health facilities in sub-Saharan Africa: a six-country cross-sectional study Download Presentation File
Jackie MacDonald Gibson Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC Drinking Water Access in Urban Areas of North Carolina: Racial Disparities Download Presentation File
Wade Hadwen Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University Seasonal use of multiple water sources builds community resilience in climatevulnerable Pacific Island Countries (PICs) Download Presentation File
Demewoz Haile W/gebreal Addis Ababa University Spatial variation and determinants of childhood diarrhea in Ethiopia Download Presentation File
Jeff Hughes UNC School of Government Environmental Finance Center Finance and Governance Infrastructure Challenges in North Carolina Download Presentation File
Yadav Pd. Mainali Save the Children A Study on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Infrastructure of Community Schools of Pyuthan District, Nepal Download Presentation File
Richard Matua Directorate of Water Development, Ministry of Water and Environment, Uganda Monitoring SDG Target 6.2 - Experience from Uganda Download Presentation File
Katharine McHugh, Adam Drolet, Claudine Zotaon N'Gbé Lo, Dana Ward, Genevieve Kelly Population Services International (PSI), PATH 'Starting-up’ solutions to problems in the sanitation value chain in West Africa: What happens when NGOs learn from start-ups Download Presentation File
Regula Meierhofer, Pascal Rubli, Jared Oremo, Aloyce Odhiambo Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology Does activated silver prevent recontamination in reservoirs of ceramic water filters? Download Presentation File
Teófilo Monteiro PAHO/WHO (CHA/ETRAS) Experiences with testing methods and harmonizing with national monitoring systems Download Presentation File
Jane Nabunnya Mulumba IRC SWA collaborative behaviours in practice: Kabarole district, Uganda Download Presentation File
Jane Nabunnya Mulumba IRC UGANDA WASH Agenda for Change (WA4C) Download Presentation File
C. Nicoletti, Y. Wei, S. Taylor, G. Lestikow iDE ENSURING AVAILABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION FOR ALL: An approach to measurement of the sustainability of sanitation marketing WASH programs Download Presentation File
Kristina Nilsson WASH Catalysts Practical advice on supporting government systems – As learned from strengthening Malawi’s Water SWAp Download Presentation File
Tom Outlaw, Lisa Patel, Peter Nicholas, Doug Hull USAID, Social Finance Potential for a Development Impact Bond in Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Download Presentation File
Lesley Pories water.org Bringing WaSH to the last mile: India Post and Water.org Download Presentation File
J. Alan Roberson Corona Environmental Consulting The Safe Drinking Water Act: Drinking Water Regulations And Their Impact on Public Health Download Presentation File
Rebecca Sadosky North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality NC Source Water Protection and Emergency Preparedness Download Presentation File
Michelo Simuyandi London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, CIDRZ Enterococci but not E.coli counts in drinking water are positively associated with gastrointestinal disease risk in urban Zambia Download Presentation File
REKHA SINGH, CHLOE RENTO, VERONICA SON, SYDNEY TURNER, BEETA EHDAIE, AND JAMES A. SMITH DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY OPTIMIZATION OF SILVER ION RELEASE FROM POROUS SILVER-CERAMIC MEDIA USED FOR POINT-OF-USE WATER TREATMENT Download Presentation File
Ina Sonego, Hans-Joachim Mosler Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology Improved Latrine Cleanliness through Behavior Change and Changes in Quality of Latrine Construction: A Longitudinal Intervention Study in Rural Burundi Download Presentation File
Sonia Sultana icddr,b Are Bangladeshi urban slum landlords ready to pay for safe water? - Willingness-to-pay for an automated chlorination device at shared water points in Dhaka, Bangladesh Download Presentation File
Amy Bellflower Thomas UNC Population Center North Carolina Population Demographics Download Presentation File
Timothy Thomas, Troy Ritter, Dana Bruden, Mike Bruce, Korie Hickel, Tom Hennessy Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Arctic Investigations Program Impact of In-home Piped Water on Rates of Infectious Disease - The Four Village Study Download Presentation File
Qammer Zaib Masdar Institute Multiwalled carbon nanotubes-Titanium dioxide (MWNTs-TiO₂) composite for sustainable water treatment at the point-of-use Download Presentation File
BabyWASH Coalition BabyWASH Coalition Brochure Download Presentation File
BabyWASH Coalition Moving beyond talk: Entry points for WASH integration Download Presentation File
International WaterCentre, The Water Institute at UNC, The University of Alabama, Griffith University, Monash University, The University of the South Pacific, The University of Queensland Climate-resilient WaSH in SIDS Download Presentation File
SNV, UTS:ISF Are we doing the right thing? Is city sanitation planning contributing to system strengthening? Download Presentation File
Safe Water Network Applying Innovative Models: Partnership with Government of Ghana Download Presentation File
WASH Impact Network Taking Learning Beyond the Hotel Conference Room: How Local WASH Organizations Implement New Ideas, Considerations for Partners Download Presentation File
WASH Impact Network Taking Learning Beyond the Hotel Conference Room: How Local WASH Organizations Implement New Ideas, Considerations for Implementors Download Presentation File
WASH Impact Network Taking Learning Beyond the Hotel Conference Room: How Local WASH Organizations Implement New Ideas, Considerations for Funders Download Presentation File
WHO, The Water Institute at UNC, University of Leeds, JMP, IWMI, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF Safely-Managed Sanitation: Monitoring higher levels of service in SDG Target 6.2 Download Presentation File]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsSun, 05 Feb 2017 23:35:25 +0100Latin American participants at FSM4 in Chennai - by: CeciliaRodrigues
I am wondering if anyone working in LAC reagion is planning to atteend the FSM4 conference in Chennai, which is taking place from 19-22 February 2017.
It would be very nice to meet some of you there!
Please do let me know!
All the best,
Cecilia.]]>Conferences, seminars and workshopsFri, 03 Feb 2017 16:44:06 +0100