World Toilet Summit India, New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015 - with feedback

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Re: World Toilet Summit India, New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015 - with feedback

Hi all,

If you're interested to know more about the summit in India, we've written a brief post on the summit on our website bit.ly/1azgdoJ

We will also be publishing a full report on the summit outcomes very soon... which we'll share on this forum as soon as it's ready :)

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WTO is a global non-profit committed to improving toilet and sanitation conditions worldwide. WTO established World Toilet Day and the World Toilet Summit in 2001.
On July 22, 2013, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Singapore’s first UN resolution – Sanitation for All – to designate November 19 as UN World Toilet Day. With the official inscription of World Toilet Day in the UN calendar, the sanitation crisis has been brought to the forefront of the global development agenda.

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Re: World Toilet Summit India to be held in New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015

Dear Elisabeth and All

My one presentation on "Toilet linked biogas plant: a sustainable sanitation option" in the WTS held in January 2015 in Delhi, is now attached.

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Re: World Toilet Summit India to be held in New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015

Dear Pawan,

It seems that the attachment of your presentation didn't succeed? Can you please post it again?

Thanks for giving us this feedback about the conference. I hope some more people will tell us about their impressions, too I think such feedback is important. And I will ask the organisers if they could please upload all the presentations.

I checked their website but only found - as you said - some photos:
wtsindia.in/photoGallery.aspx
(it's set up in a slide show mode, you have to wait a moment for the next picture to appear automatically)

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Dear Joe and all

I was invited to present paper in the WTO held in Delhi on 19-20, January and presented a paper on toilet linked biogas plant. Time allotted was very short. There was more time for discussion. It was good.My presentation is attached.
Perhaps all presentations are not available on site. WTO had posted all important photos of the conference, but not presentations.
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Re: World Toilet Summit India to be held in New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015

Did anyone go? Are the presentations all available?

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Re: Registrations still open: World Toilet Summit India - 19 - 20 January

Hi all,

Registrations are still open for the World Toilet Summit India. 19-20 January in New Delhi.

The event will bring together leading global and local NGOs in the sanitation sector, government representatives, multi-national corporations, religious leaders, media, sanitation experts and technology leaders, to address the sanitation challenge.

Join us! You can register at: wtsindia.in/

Scholarships are also available, please visit goo.gl/forms/HD9yUdTXIn to apply.

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Re: World Toilet Summit India to be held in New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015

Hi Pawan,

Thanks for your note. Perhaps the website was experiencing issues when you tried to access it, but it is working now.

The registration page www.wtsindia.in/registration.aspx has information on pricing, and a link at the bottom to the booking page, which is an eventbrite booking page www.eventbrite.com/e/world-toilet-summit...-tickets-14721629791

Please let us know if you continue to have difficulties accessing the site, and we will look into it. You can contact us by reply here, or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Re: World Toilet Summit India to be held in New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015

Dear All

The website - www.wtsindia.in is not in operation yet. It says the website is not available. Under anther link- world toilet summit, there is information only for registration fees. There is no information about papers/ abstract etc.
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World Toilet Summit India, New Delhi on 19th and 20th January 2015 - with feedback

World Toilet Organization and the World Education Foundation will join India’s Ministry of Urban Development for the 14th annual World Toilet Summit in New Delhi, India on 19th and 20th January 2015.

World Toilet Summit India in January 2015 will act as a platform to amplify Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat campaign, achieve policy outcomes and mobilise partnerships to address India’s sanitation crisis. The largest global event on toilets and sanitation, the summit will involve local and international NGOs, corporations, agencies, funders and intermediaries, and the government, to share, learn and collaborate to end open defecation in India.

The two day summit, organized with partner Showcraft Productions, will witness participation from various stakeholders including government, Municipal Corporation, corporate and non-government organisations among others. The event will deliberate on various aspects related to sanitation including the way forward, the experiences in other countries, low-cost solutions and evolving technologies that can play a pivotal role in addressing open defecation.

During the summit, sessions on global best practice and the scope for public-private partnership for sanitation will also be organised. The impact that education may have on sanitation will be deliberated with a focus on ways to make our schools a better place.

World Toilet Summit India – 19th, 20th January 2015, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Let’s work together to address India’s sanitation challenge! You can find the agenda, registration details and more information on the event website: wtsindia.in

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About World Toilet Summit
The World Toilet Summit (WTS) is a unique global platform that brings together sanitation stakeholders to share, learn and collaborate to address the global sanitation challenge. The annual summit is jointly organized by a host government and local organizer, and the World Toilet Organization and involves policy makers, toilet associations, non-profit and for-profit entities and private sector stakeholders in the sanitation sector. WTS was established in 2001 and to date has been hosted in 12 cities. Each summit aims to address issues of toilets and sanitation including: technology, design and maintenance, finance models, social entrepreneurship, capacity building and other related topics. This event creates massive media coverage, interest and momentum for the sanitation movement.

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Phone: +65 6352 8921
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On July 22, 2013, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Singapore’s first UN resolution – Sanitation for All – to designate November 19 as UN World Toilet Day. With the official inscription of World Toilet Day in the UN calendar, the sanitation crisis has been brought to the forefront of the global development agenda.

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