To residents of Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam: Regional Workshop on Planning for Urban Sanitation and Public Health, by Eawag

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Re: Planning for Urban Sanitation and Public Health Workshop in Hanoi 20 to 22 October 2015

Registration is still open for Eawag/Sandec’s regional training workshop “Planning for Urban Sanitation and Public Health” in Hanoi from 20 to 22 October 2015. It targets experts from national/municipal institutions and private and civil society organizations responsible for sanitation service delivery/urban infrastructure from Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Workshop logistics are handled by by Dr. Pham Duc Phuc (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) at the CENPHER Centre in Hanoi (cenpher.hsph.edu.vn). Please contact Dr. Phuc by 15 September to register.
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  • I am a sanitation consultant, trainer and researcher, working for and with Eawag for more than ten years. I am specialised in planning non-sewered and decentralised sanitation systems in low- and middle-income contexts, urban and rural, as well as humanitarian, with an approach that falls today under the umbrella of citywide inclusive sanitation.
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Re: To residents of Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam: Regional Workshop on Planning for Urban Sanitation and Public Health, by Eawag

Dear colleagues,

On the request of interested parties, here are more information about the cost of the regional workshop on "Planning Urban Sanitation and Public Health", taking place in Hanoi on 20-22 October, for practitioners from Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar : the costs of the workshop (venue, training materials, field trip) are funded. The participants only have to pay for their own expenses (transport, accomodation, food). The estimated budget when staying four nights at the workshop hotel is about 300 USD. As mentioned before, there are grants to fund 1 or 2 participants per country. Applicants interested in a grant should mention it in their application. Applicants from international organisations are not eligible for a grant.

Applications should be sent before 10th September to Dr. Pham Duc Phuc: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Philippe Reymond
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  • I am a sanitation consultant, trainer and researcher, working for and with Eawag for more than ten years. I am specialised in planning non-sewered and decentralised sanitation systems in low- and middle-income contexts, urban and rural, as well as humanitarian, with an approach that falls today under the umbrella of citywide inclusive sanitation.
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To residents of Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam: Regional Workshop on Planning for Urban Sanitation and Public Health, by Eawag

Dear colleagues,

Eawag and the SDC Global Programme Water Initiatives are organizing a series of regional workshops focusing on urban sanitation planning and public health. The first 3-day workshop will take place on 20-22 October 2015 in Hanoi. Target audience are experts from national/municipal institutions and authorities responsible for service delivery/urban infrastructure. The workshop is open to representatives of public, private and civil society organizations from Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia. We are able to fund 1-2 participants from each of these countries to come to Hanoi (but we cannot fund participants from international organisations). The number of participants is limited to max. 35.

Please find the flyer attached. All logistics for the workshop are handled by the CENPHER Centre in Hanoi (cenpher.hsph.edu.vn) by Dr. Pham Duc Phuc (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Please send your application to Dr. Phuc or contact him for more information.

Best regards,

Philippe Reymond
Eawag-Sandec

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