SuSanA - Forum Kunena Site Syndication http://forum.susana.org/ Mon, 21 Apr 2014 10:53:20 +0000 Kunena 1.6 http://forum.susana.org/components/com_kunena/template/default/images/icons/rss.png SuSanA - Forum http://forum.susana.org/ en-gb Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: scottchen http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#8172 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#8172 Yes, it is a good idea to have SuSana partners to review the publication.
best regards
Scott]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Wed, 09 Apr 2014 23:22:09 +0000
Re: Compiling SuSanA school sanitation success stories in a publication - by: scottchen http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#8171 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#8171 How about my story ?

During 2008-2010, encouraged by Arno and I , the SOHO China Foundation built UDDT for 31 schools with about 20,000 students and teachers in Gansu province of China.

As a volunteer for teaching the students to use the toilets, I have been using the urine to grow cherries and apples with a good profit since 2010.

In 2011, the harvest was around 5,000 kg apples with a income of 120,000 RMB cooperating with one orchard owner.

In 2012, the harvest was 60,000 kg apples,cherries and vegetables with an income of 1.3 million RMB working with 30 orchard owners.

In 2013, I cut the production to 40,000 kg apples and cherries with an income of 1.1 million RMB becuase of the insufficient urine.

The profit to my family is about 0.8 million RMB for the apple and urine business during last 3 years. Neither the schools nor the farmers pay me for transporting the urine.

Marketing and orders processing are done by the Internet 100%. The products are delivered to the thousands of customers in big cities over 1,000 km away. Over 50% orderes were placed on us before the actual harvest.

Within last 12 months, among 1485 comments on the product quality , only 3 bad comments were found.

Over 3,000 people have been registered as my potential customers in my Internet homepage shop72303853.taobao.com/shop/view_shop.h..._number_id=889090749 .

Over 30 news media have covered my story of apple and urine giving me many opportunies to advocate the sustainable sanitation business.

www.flickr.com/photos/gtzecosan/sets/721...903/with/7286289662/

www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-07/12/content_15571981.htm]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Wed, 09 Apr 2014 23:20:16 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: avanepps http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#8158 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#8158
I apologize for the slow response to your post, but if you are still interested we would love to have the case study of your work in Moldova! I can forward you a copy of the other stories, so you have a sense of the style of the other stories.

Best,
Amanda]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Wed, 09 Apr 2014 08:10:26 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: Florian http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#7437 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#7437 I somehow managed to overlook this thread all the time. Are you still able include more case studies? In our project in Moldova, we support a lot (more than 30 so far) of schools with constructing UDDT toilets blocks, with quite some good success. Here some information.
Let me know if you're interested to include that case, I'd try to put together the information you need then.
Best, Florian]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Thu, 20 Feb 2014 15:00:52 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: avanepps http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#7435 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#7435
I just wanted to provide an update on the publication you had asked about back in January. I am an environmental engineer from the US, spending the next four months in the Sustainable Sanitation Programme at GIZ. In the last few weeks, I have been working with Christian to move the publication on sustainable sanitation in schools further along towards completion. It is our hope that we should be able to send a draft out to the SuSanA partners whose work is highlighted shortly to let them review the stories. We should then be able to use their feedback to make further edits, and then we should be able to move further along to things like layout, design, etc. (The plan at this point is still to have an actual publication as opposed to a Wiki.)

I’m not sure I can tell you exactly when it will be available, but I just wanted you to know that it hasn’t been forgotten and is still being worked on!

Best,
Amanda]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Thu, 20 Feb 2014 14:27:11 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: muench http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#7011 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#7011
I would like to know what the status is now regarding your proposed publication called "Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world". I can see that stories have been collected over the past year (see posts above), but when will it be collated and available as a concise document?

I am sure it will be a useful document once it is done.
Or are you perhaps planning to make it like an online Wiki-type internet page?

Kind regards,
Elisabeth

P.S. There are also these 38 posts on "getting WASH in schools right" from all over the world in this thread:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/75-wor...ve-wg-7-mailing-list
(note you can only read it once you have logged in; I actually wonder if those posts should not also be moved from the "for logged in persons only" section out into the open so that they become searchable? They were posts from the working group 7 mailing list which were archived in the forum in this manner).

Oh, I just see that Christian had already moved some of them to here:
www.forum.susana.org/forum/categories/27...ng-school-wash-right]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Thu, 16 Jan 2014 09:20:48 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: fabiola http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5980 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5980 www.solutionsforwater.org/solutions/swas...-educational-program).]]> WG 7 (schools, community) Fri, 11 Oct 2013 15:36:16 +0000 Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: Steff http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5979 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5979 WG 7 (schools, community) Fri, 11 Oct 2013 15:20:15 +0000 Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: Steff http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5978 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5978 WG 7 (schools, community) Fri, 11 Oct 2013 15:17:04 +0000 Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: Steff http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5977 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5977
Basic information on school (size, location, type, contact etc.)

The Pestalozzi Zambia Children’s Trust is located on the outskirts of Lusaka, Zambia. The initial biogas and DEWATS project was built when the school had 80 children (boarding). Now the school is up to 160 boarding students and another 60 day students. In the next few years these numbers are expected to increase to at least 200 boarding students and several more day students as well. The concept behind the school is to provide an opportunity to access quality education for bright but economically disadvantaged children from rural areas in Zambia. The boarding students, who are on full scholarships for their education, come from nearly all provinces in Zambia and given their circumstances (from very rural, very poor areas) would likely have not had a chance to attend secondary school otherwise.

You can find more info on the school here:
www.pestalozziworld.com/


Please describe the sanitation case from your point of view

Initially, prior to meeting people at BORDA who introduced the DEWATS concept to Pestalozzi, a septic tank and soak-away had been installed at the school. However, within the first 6 months of operations we realized that the septic tank was far undersized for the school (and this was when we only had about 50 children at the school!) Because of the high groundwater table in the area where the school is located, the soak-away was not “soaking-away” as it is intended to do (not that this is a great wastewater solution anyway) and we had a big puddle/mess of wastewater building up near the septic tank. Luckily I was introduced to Christopher Kellner at WASAZA/BORDA and he explained the DEWATS concept to me. I had actually already been looking at ways to separate and reuse the greywater at the school. The DEWATS concept takes it a big step further by enabling energy reuse through biogas, as well as treating all the wastewater to the point where it can safely be reused for agriculture.
Recently we have just installed another biogas digester (40m3 volume). This was for 2 main reasons: (1) to increase energy production and (2) to increase the wastewater treatment capacity of the system as the school had grown quite substantially (the new digester acts as an initial settler for solids).


Why and how is your sanitation project sustainable? What are the sustainable aspects of your case (maybe use the 5 SuSanA criteria as orientation)
As above, I think the most sustainable aspects are:
- Reuse of energy (less reliance on firewood for cooking)
- Reuse of water
- Reuse of nutrients
- Prevents groundwater contamination

Also, the system runs completely by biological processes and requires no energy or chemical inputs. Operation and maintenance requirements are also quite minimal.

The system has also been a great learning tool for the students at Pestalozzi, and fits well in the holistic educational model the Pestalozzi is founded upon. The educational philosophy of the school is “head, heart, and hands” – basically “academic education, social (including environmental) awareness, and vocational skills.” The system offers a perfect learning opportunity to demonstrate the value and reuse of resources. Moreover, the children with scholarships at the Pestalozzi Centre come from all over Zambia, and will take these messages back to their communities thus allowing for a much wider spread of knowledge.


How did you in particular address the issue of washing hands after the toilet use?

We had several workshops to address the importance of handwashing (run mainly by our in-country partners WASAZA – the Water and Sanitation Association of Zambia). The GTO also conducted an educational campaign about handwashing shortly after the initial project was complete (you may want to ask them the details on that – I believe Thilo came to Zambia to run that). The school also has soap readily available in dispensers throughout the school to make handwashing easy and accessible always!


Who did give financial support? Who is covering running costs?

In the initial project the GTO (German Toilet Organization) funded the technical expertise of WASAZA and BORDA as well as one mason specifically trained in biogas construction. Pestalozzi funded the material cost, the labour required for the other two treatment components (the ABR and PGF) and overall construction coordination.

In the second project (the addition of a 40m3 biogas digester), the GTO funded approximately half the cost, while Pestalozzi funded the other half.

Pestalozzi is covering running costs (in general these are quite minimal).

Who is responsible for operation and maintenance?

Pestalozzi]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Fri, 11 Oct 2013 15:12:07 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: Steff http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5976 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5976
School sanitation at Burega School Complex

Background

Burega School Complex is one of the 36 schools Water For People Rwanda has supported with ecological toilets in Rulindo and Kicukiro district in line with its program of supporting sustainable drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene education in schools, communities and health centers.

Before the introduction of the urine diversion ecological toilets in Burega School Complex, teachers and students were using unhygienic sanitation facilities, most of which were pit latrines that did not meet government standards or were almost full. The ratio of students per toilet was more than double compared to government requirement of no more than 40 students per toilet. Hand washing stations were nonexistent. Matters used to get complicated when the bell rang and pupils rushed to queue in the few available toilets.

Basic information on school (size, location, type, contact etc)

Burega School Complex is located in Burega Sector of Rulindo district. It is public school hosting a day primary and boarding secondary students from the rural area. The school population using the urine diversion ecological toilets is 1169 people including 22 staff and 1147 students.

School Contact:
Headmaster Name: Ephrem Rwagasana
Tel: 0788414161
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Please describe the sanitation case from your point of view.

The introduction of urine diversion ecological toilets in Burega School Complex has contributed to hygiene and disease prevention for teachers and students. The toilets are clean, ash is always added to the feaces to avoid bad smell, flies and disease transmission. After toilet use, students and teachers wash their hands with soap at the tap installed on each hand washing station or plastic water tank.

The school has separate toilets for boys and girls. Less than 40 students use a toilet cabin in accordance with the government standards and toilets are emptied from one cabin to another until the final process of human manure production is complete. Urine from the toilet is diverted into a tank through a plastic pipe. Once the urine tank is almost full, urine is stored in jerry cans and sold later.

Over many generations, Rwandan families have traditionally relied on cow dung and bio-degradable compost in their farming activities. With the introduction of Eco-San latrines and human compost generated, more farmers especially those leaving near Burega School Complex are getting more familiar and have discovered the usefulness of the human manure and urine from the ecological sanitation toilets.

The hygiene clubs at Burega school complex disseminate hygiene behavior at school and they ensure that water and soap are always available after using toilet or before taking school snacks. All the pupils and students return in their families after class and bring hygiene messages which contribute to the improvement of household sanitation.

Every month, a staff from Organisation Rwandaise pour la Solidarite et le Developpement (ORSD), a local NGO partnering Water For People—Rwanda, trains hygiene clubs in schools and community health workers. The staff visits regularly Burega School Complex and its sanitation facilities for advice.

Why and how is your sanitation project sustainable? What are the sustainable aspects of your case (maybe use the 5 SuSanA criteria as orientation)?

1. Health and hygiene: the basic strategies to reduce the risks of disease contamination for 1169 people at Burega School Complex include taking care of the sanitation facilities and using them effectively according to the hygiene behavior. The school gets clean water from a water supply system built by Water For People. Gutters taking rain water to the plastic tanks have also been installed. The sanitation facilities are cleaned by students and soap is availed by the school management. The area surrounding the sanitation facilities is always clean. School regulations punish open urination or defecation.
2. Environment and natural resources: the ecological toilets have cabins where ashes are poured on feaces to avoid bad smell and flies, after some time the recycling takes place from one cabin to another until the decomposition process takes place and the human manure is used in the farms. On the other hand, urine that has been collected is also mixed with water and used in the farms as a fertilizer.
3. Technology and operation: Burega School Complex has hired a support staff in charge of the daily cleaning and operation of the ecological sanitation toilets. He has the necessary skills for the recycling, storage and treatment of human manure.
4. Financial and economic issues: after the initial investment done by Water For People, the management of Burega School Complex and parents’ committee, the school gains income from the sale of human manure and urine considered now as a resource and have opened new opportunities for business. Burega School Complex in Rulindo district has 100,000 RwF in its bank account obtained from the sale of urine. The school sales a jerry can of urine at 1000 RwF (1.5 US$) to a permanent customer who carries the jerry cans of urine in his van. The money obtained from the sale of urine and human manure is used to cover the expenses related to the operation and maintenance of the sanitation facilities.
5. Socio-cultural and institutional aspects: Burega School Complex has shown to the community that human manure and urine is a resource for farmers. The sanitation facilities have taken into consideration gender aspects whereby the school has availed separate toilets for boys and girls. The school has given a special attention to the menstrual hygiene as part of the overall hygiene education. This consideration has contributed to school performance among girls. The school clubs has influenced significantly hygiene behavior in the school.
How did you in particular address the issue of washing hands after the toilet use?

The school has introduced hygiene education especially in lower classes and gives a special attention to younger children and girls. The hygiene clubs are very dynamic to disseminate hygiene behavior. The new hand washing infrastructure and water tanks installed in the school with the support of Water For People Rwanda help students to wash their hands with soap after using toilets and prior to taking the school snacks. In addition to the rainwater collected by the gutters and poured in the water tanks, Burega School Complex is supplied with clean water from the spring fed Kararama Water Scheme extended by Water For People in 2012. The hygiene clubs report to the school management on any hygiene condition in the school as well as infrastructure maintenance needs.

Who did give financial support?

Water For People have contributed financially whereas the management of Burega School Complex and parents’ committee provided local materials as in kind contribution for the installation of rainwater harvesting systems and construction of urine diversion ecological toilets with hand washing facilities, incinerator for disposal of sanitary pads, shower for ladies during menstruation period, and rainwater harvesting system.

Who is responsible for operation and maintenance?

The School management in collaboration with the hygiene club has set up teams of students who take turn in cleaning the sanitation facilities. Moreover, the school has hired a support staff responsible for day-to-day maintenance and operation of ecosan toilets, plastic tanks, shower room and hand washing facilities. The hygiene clubs ensure that quality sanitation services are provided: clean toilets and water always available in the plastic water tanks. Parents’ committee monitors the use of the above mentioned infrastructure to ensure that they are useful to the children as far as hygiene best practices are concerned. They also monitor the use of money obtained from the sale of urine stored in jerry cans and processed human manure. The school management is responsible for the major and minor repairs. Considering their financial and/or in kind contribution in the construction of sanitation and water facilities, schools and parents’ committees discuss operation and maintenance issues arising from the status of sanitation facilities at Burega School Complex.]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Fri, 11 Oct 2013 15:08:56 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: Steff http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5975 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5975
My name is Steffi Roenitzsch and I am currently an intern of WECF and GIZ. I am involved in the compilation of the case studies and the thereby designed and published broshure.
I have been in contact with some of you before concerning the stories which were handed in already. I would now like to share some more stories with you which we received via email.

Please see the following posts if you are interested.

Best regards

Steffi ROenitzsch
M.A. International Development Studies Marburg
Currently intern at WECF/ GIZ


The following school project was reported by Vanden Bowen who is working for Whereever the Need.(delivered via Email)


Wherever the Need / India, Tamil Nadu – Vanden Bowen, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

General information:
Chandra Girl's School is a secondary school located in rural Tamil Nadu. Before we built sanitation facilities at the school, 1,300 girls had no option but to use the nearby wasteland as a toilet. It was a breeding ground for diseases such as diarrhoea and put the girls at risk of being attacked. As a result, many of the students were continually sick, missing out on weeks of school and were often kept at home by worried parents.

Our Work / Sanitation Case
At Wherever the Need, we believe that giving a child the opportunity to learn is about more than building schools and buying textbooks. When schools are unable to provide proper toilets for children, their education and future prospects suffer.
In March 2012, Wherever the Need completed a new eco-sanitation block for the girls at the school. During the short time that it has been in use, there has been a dramatic reduction in illness and a marked increase in school attendance. Between March and July there was a 7% increase in enrolment, and attendance at the school has improved by 15% since the toilets were completed.

Sustainability
These toilets are designed to last for decades, protect water sources and the local environment from pollution, help produce higher crop yields and generate income from the sale of the by-products. Above all the toilets help restore people's health and dignity, underpinning education, livelihoods and sustainable development.
Generous donors make these projects possible by providing funding for the capital costs. After the initial capital costs, the project becomes self-financing. The income generated by selling the compost from the eco-toilets is able to cover the associated maintenance and running costs each year.

Maintenance
A recognised challenge for any sanitation programme is maintenance; if facilities stop working, become unclean or require too much care taking, then experience has shown that people simply stop using them. Our Sustainable Sanitation Network is an innovative and entirely self-financing method of overcoming the aforementioned operational and maintenance challenges.
Each month, our staff visit the school to collect the output from the eco-toilet block. This provides us with regular opportunities to undertake maintenance or minor repairs, and for students and teachers to provide feedback.
The eco-toilet output from our projects is brought to a central location. It is stored until it has fully composted into a pathogen free and nutrient rich soil conditioner; we then sell this to local farmers, providing them with an affordable and effective soil fertiliser, whilst generating an income that covers all of the running costs of the school sanitation project.

Impact / Benefits
When we recently revisited the school, the change in these young girls was astonishing. They are very enthusiastic about their clean, private and safe toilet, and their teachers told us that parents are now encouraging their daughters to attend school, as they know they will be safe.
We also learned that students are sharing what they are learning about sanitation, health and hygiene with their own communities. Two girls, Prianga and Jayaputhradevi, attended Chandra School before and after the eco-toilets were constructed. With a first hand understanding of how a toilet can change lives, they campaigned for eco-toilets in Anaivari, their home village. Inspired by this story, two private donors have recently funded the construction of an eco-toilet block at Anaivari Primary School, and we have also received funding for family ecosan toilets.]]>
WG 7 (schools, community) Fri, 11 Oct 2013 15:02:22 +0000
Re: [Wg7] Collecting good case studies of sustainable sanitation in schools and kindergartens from all over the world - by: fabiola http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5490 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/3810-wg7-collecting-good-case-studies-of-sustainable-sanitation-in-schools-and-kindergartens-from-all-over-the-world?limit=12&start=24#5490 WG 7 (schools, community) Thu, 29 Aug 2013 17:54:45 +0000 Re: SuSanA meeting in Stockholm and Working groups meeting - by: inajurga http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/5368-susana-meeting-in-stockholm-and-working-groups-meeting#5397 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/5368-susana-meeting-in-stockholm-and-working-groups-meeting#5397
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WG 7 (schools, community) Thu, 22 Aug 2013 13:43:17 +0000
SuSanA meeting in Stockholm and Working groups meeting - by: madeleine http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/5368-susana-meeting-in-stockholm-and-working-groups-meeting#5368 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/60-wg-7-schools-community/5368-susana-meeting-in-stockholm-and-working-groups-meeting#5368
As you all are aware of we are in full SWING organizing this years SuSanA meeting in Stockholm. I do hope that you have signed up to the meeting since it will facilitate for the logistics.

As neither Claudia nor Belinda will be able to make it to the meeting it is my pleasure to call for this year WG7 group meeting.

We will meet Sunday the 1st Sept. at the World Water Week Venue in Älvsjö and we will find a quiet space for a meeting down in exhibition hall. Let us meet at the SEI stand at 15.30 and find the space and start the meeting.

Please find the agenda below.

I hope as many of as possible can make it I am really looking forward to meet you again

Kind regards to you all Madeleine

Agenda:

  1. Presentation / discussion of the SuSanA roadmap
  2. Sustainable Development Goals and how the WG7 could contribute
  3. Sanitation and Water for All how can the WG 7 best be supportive in the process
  4. Update on important development for the group
  5. Menstruation management
  6. School sanitation
  7. Soap stories
  8. CLTS development
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WG 7 (schools, community) Tue, 20 Aug 2013 15:36:46 +0000