The 39th WEDC International WASH Conference - Kumasi, Ghana 11-15th July 2016 (abstracts due mid Feb)

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Funds may be come available in due course to cover conference fees only – for selected groups of delegates. May I suggest you check into our website at intervals for updated information.

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Dear Organizers, Greetings from Ethiopia
I am very much eager to attend this very important conference and want to submit my paper, Would there be a sponsorship opportunity, Let's know what can be done for those from developing countries.
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Dear Sir Greetings from Pakistan
Its really awesome to share and be part of such as esteemed gathering of WATSAN Experts...
I want to know about the possible opportunities of sponsorship for Presenter/Researcher for the said conference please?
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Wasif
Mr. Muhammad Wasif Bashir Babar is son of soil of Pakistan and a very energetic young professional & Researcher in the field of Water, Ecological Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH) Climate Change, Ecosystem, and Disaster Risk Reduction. He hold Master of Science (MS) degree in Environmental Science with specialization on “Sustainable Water Sanitation Health & Development” while Master of Arts (MA) in Sociology with Specialization of Civic Engagement and Good Governance. He had been working in social & WASH development sector since 2008 with diversified national & international Research & humanitarians organizations. He is youth motivator and working to engage the young professionals in achieving the global commitments on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Agenda 2030 especially for SDGs 5, 6, 13 & 17. Global youth Speaker, researcher, moderator, focal person at different forums related to SDGs especially SDG 5, 6, 13 & 17.

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The 39th WEDC International WASH Conference - Kumasi, Ghana 11-15th July 2016 (abstracts due mid Feb)

A message from the Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC) at Loughborough University, UK

A Happy New Year from WEDC! We send our very best wishes for you and your families for a happy and healthy 2016!

THERE IS ONLY SIX WEEKS TO GO TO SUBMIT YOUR PAPER FOR THE 39TH WEDC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE! PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBMIT THROUGH OUR ONLINE SYSTEM NO LATER 15th February 2016.

Earlier submissions are very welcome, and we aim to provide comments within three weeks of paper submission.
The call for papers and other contributions is available to download on the conference homepage:

wedc.lboro.ac.uk/conference/


The 39th WEDC International Conference 'Ensuring Availability and Sustainable Management of Water and Sanitation for All' will be co-hosted and take place at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana 11-15th July 2016.

Our week long format includes three days of presentation and discussion of peer reviewed papers (Monday to Wednesday), followed by two days of capacity development workshops (Thursday and Friday).
We encourage you to consult the guidance for authors which can be found here:

wedc.lboro.ac.uk/conference/author_info.html

Presenting a paper at the WEDC conference, ensures that your work is available to the sector beyond the conference, our open access online paper repository experiences more than 18,000 downloads each month!
Side events are convened during 1.5 hour early evening sessions. We invite international agencies, projects or programmes to engage with the conference audience and present/consult on sector issues using varied formats. Please submit your proposal using the template from our site here:

wedc.lboro.ac.uk/conference/exhibition.html

We also invite proposals for capacity development workshops of between a half day and full day duration. Please see the guidance and application form on our website and submit these by 15th February:

wedc.lboro.ac.uk/conference/workshops.html

We look forwards to seeing you in Ghana!
The WEDC Conference Team

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