Lorch Lecture by Dr Doulaye Kone "'Birthing the Non-Sewered Sanitation Industry", 7th Oct 2015, Cranfield University

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Sorry for the delay in replying. I can now confirm that we can live stream to a limited number of people. If you would like to be sent the link for live streaming please e-mail Tania Baker: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

But if you can attend in Cranfield there is an additional treat! We will have exhibitions of prototypes from Loowatt and Bristol Robotics Lab as well as Cranfield's Nano Mmebrane Toilet.
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Thanks for posting this, Alison.
Good to know more about Doulaye's background, too. :-)

Do you know if there are any plans for live streaming of this event? Should be standard these days for any important lectures in order to cut down on CO2 emissions for travelling. :-)
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Lorch Lecture by Dr Doulaye Kone "'Birthing the Non-Sewered Sanitation Industry", 7th Oct 2015, Cranfield University

Cranfield Water Science Institute would like to invite you to attend our Annual Lorch Lecture which is taking place on Wednesday 7th October 2015 at Cranfield University. This year the lecture is being given by Dr Doulaye Koné and the title is 'Birthing the Non-Sewered Sanitation Industry'.

Dr Doulaye Koné, Senior Program Office was born in Côte d’Ivoire. He holds a PhD and an MAS in sanitary and environmental engineering a certificate in environmental communication an MSc and a BSc in Physics and Chemistry. He has more than 15 years' experience as a water and sanitation specialist in developing countries (excreta and wastewater management). He is currently working as a Senior Program Officer on the Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Program (Global Development) at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In this capacity, his investment (grant making) portfolio focuses on innovation in science and technology to reinvent the toilet and its associated business models for sustainable sanitation service delivery.

For further details and to register to attend this free event please visit www.cranfield.ac.uk/seea/lorchlecture
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