Are you coming to the WEDC Conference? Are you interested to learn more about Market Based Programming to support Sustainable WASH interventions?

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Are you coming to the WEDC Conference? Are you interested to learn more about Market Based Programming to support Sustainable WASH interventions?

Hello,

Are coming to the WEDC conference this month? Do you have an interest in Market based programming for WASH, especially in emergencies? If you do then come and join me at the Oxfam workshop on the 27th of July!

During the workshop, you will learn how market based programming can be applied to strengthen the delivery of WASH programmes in areas prone to disaster or conflict. You will learn how market based approaches are increasingly being used to provide affected communities with critical goods and services, and how working with market actors contributes towards post-disaster recovery. Market based programming can be used for disaster preparedness and contingency planning as well as by development practitioners working towards sustainable service delivery.

You will learn how a market mapping and analysis is used to support key decisions in the design of a market-based programme. You will learn about Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA) and Pre-crisis Market Analysis (PCMA) and hear about examples where these have been applied at different times during the development-disaster cycle.

It would be great to have you there! If you have any more questions feel free to contact me.

Esther

Esther Shaylor
WASH Communications and Knowledge Management Adviser
Oxfam GB
Working on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Phase 3 SuSanA project (see here: www.susana.org/en/resources/projects?search=SEI )

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