Webinars on Improving Data Systems for Sanitation and links to recordings

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Re: Webinar: Improving Data Systems for Sanitation; 7th Sept; 10 am (GMT+1)

Hello, you can now access the recording of the webinar here
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According to the Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP), as of 2022, global usage of on-site sanitation stands at 46%, surpassing sewer connections at 42%. However, the prevalence of safely managed sanitation services is notably higher among households with sewer connections (33%) compared to those relying on on-site facilities (24%). Unfortunately, current data inadequacies prevent the estimation of regional or global proportions of individuals utilising on-site sanitation facilities with excreta emptied and treated off-site.

It is imperative to strengthen local data systems to monitor progress accurately and establish targets for safely managed sanitation services. This webinar aims to spotlight diverse initiatives aimed at strengthening sanitation data systems in South Asia. Insights and experiences collected from the implementation of water and sanitation data systems are invaluable for low- and middle-income countries.

This webinar cuts across different IWA's initiatives, programmes and communities. It is being led by the IWA's Inclusive Urban Sanitation Initiative and the Water Policy and Regulation Agenda, in collaboration with the Center for Water and Sanitation, CRDF, CEPT University, and WHO.

Title: Improving Sanitation Data Systems in South Asia
Date: 10 April 2024
Time: 9:00 - 10:30 AM (BST)
Registration link:  iwa-network.org/learn/improving-sanitati...stems-in-south-asia/

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Hello, the recording is available here: iwa-network.org/learn/improving-data-systems-for-sanitation/
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Re: Webinar: Improving Data Systems for Sanitation; 7th Sept; 10 am (GMT+1)

Dear Ronoh,

Just thought i should comment here to push this post to the top and remind everyone that this webinar is taking place in the next few hours: 

Here is a summary of the webinar intended outcomes:

Target Audience: Policymakers, practitioners, government agencies, regulators, engineers, and utilities as well as interested researchers and academics.

This webinar cuts across different IWA’s initiatives, programmes and communities. It is being led by the IWA’s  Inclusive Urban Sanitation Initiative  and the  Water Policy and Regulation Agenda , in collaboration with  Eastern and Southern Africa Water and Sanitation (ESAWAS)  and  WHO-Regnet .

Learning Objectives
At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Develop an understanding of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) required to track progress in sanitation at national and global levels.
  • Acquire valuable insights into various approaches, tools and methodologies for collecting national-level data, taking into account the diverse role of stakeholders and different service arrangements.
  • Recognise the importance of data driven decision-making analysis in guiding effective sanitation interventions.
  • Develop an understanding of the requirements and options for establishing and strengthening public sanitation data systems

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Chaiwe
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Webinar: Improving Data Systems for Sanitation; 7th Sept; 10 am (GMT+1)

This webinar is co-convened by The International Water Association, Eastern and Southern Africa Water and Sanitation and World Health Organization
START DATE 07 Sep 2023START
TIME 10:00 (London time)
LANGUAGE English
FORMAT Presentation, polls, panel discussion, Q&A.
CERTIFICATION Improving Data Systems for Sanitation

Sign up here:  Improving Data Systems for Sanitation - International Water Association (iwa-network.org)

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