WaterAid webinar - What a child needs to learn: lessons on embedding WASH into education

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WaterAid webinar - What a child needs to learn: lessons on embedding WASH into education

Dear all,

WaterAid and H&M Foundation would like to invite you to attend a webinar on Wednesday May 3rd at 12:30-2pm BST (GMT+1) on lessons learned from their 3-year global programme on school WASH.

The programme (2014-2017) aimed to provide over 250,000 students with WASH in Ethiopia, India, Pakistan, Tanzania and Uganda. The programme has also helped influence and update national education policies in the five countries, as well as supporting WaterAid's contributions to SDG discussions.

Speakers include:
  • Olga Ghazaryan, Director of International Programmes, WaterAid
  • Diana Amini, Global Manager, H&M Foundation
  • Sarmad Khan, Head of Programmes, WaterAid Pakistan
  • Jacinta Nekesa, Head of Programmes, WaterAid Uganda
Moderator: Tracey Keatman, Senior Consultant, Partnerships in Practice (that's me! :) )

During the webinar we will explore:
  1. The main lessons gained from the programme, presented in the new report “What a child needs to learn”
  2. The roles and responsibilities for school WASH of the WASH sector and the education sector
  3. The highlights from the end-of-programme evaluation
To register for the webinar, please use this link: attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6936181524496253953

If you have any questions, please drop me a line.

I hope you can join us!

Thanks,

Tracey

Tracey Keatman
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Re: WaterAid webinar - What a child needs to learn: lessons on embedding WASH into education

Dear all,

Just a quick reminder for the webinar next Wednesday 3rd May...

If you would like to join WaterAid to discuss their latest school WASH lessons learned, please register for the webinar at: attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6936181524496253953

Many thanks,
Tracey

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Re: WaterAid webinar - What a child needs to learn: lessons on embedding WASH into education

A final reminder to those interested in joining this webinar tomorrow, please register at the following link: attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6936181524496253953

Many thanks, Tracey

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Re: WaterAid webinar - What a child needs to learn: lessons on embedding WASH into education

Dear Tracey,

This looks really interesting. I saw in your flyer:
Won’t be able to participate? Don’t worry. We will record the webinar and share the recording afterwards.

Could you please share the recording now, and even more importantly the powerpoint presentations as well?
Also a link to the mentioned end-of-programme evaluation would be good.

I'd also like to see this project added to the SuSanA project database ( www.susana.org/en/resources/projects ) if it's not already in there.

I'm assuming this project and webinar focussed on developing countries issues, but it could also be interesting to compare notes with what children have to learn about WASH in industrialised countries. To start with, we'd probably not call it WASH but probably just hygiene and health. (Isn't it interesting how WASH seems to be "reserved" for developing countries issues?)
As another aside: it could also be interesting to teach children in industrialised countries about the situation of school children in developing countries, e.g. in the subject of geography, science or ethics? Nowadays in Germany, a little bit of that kind of learning might take place informally through the arrival of refugee/migrant children from African or Asian countries in German schools (Nigeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Ghana, ...).

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Elisabeth

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