IWA NSS Conference 2023- Sessions and Reflections

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Re: New! Why we need to take Faecal Sludge Management seriously

Peer-to-peer learning and exchanging ideas about the latest developments in the field of faecal sludge management is a crucial step in finding and implementing tangible and sustainable sanitation solutions.

Towards Brown Gold  researchers Prof Sabitri Tripathi, Dr Diogo Da Silva and Prof James Ebdon recently presented their research from the project at the  International Water Association’s 1st ever ‘Non-Sewered Sanitation Conference ’ (IWA NSS) in Johannesburg, South Africa, October 2023. This blogs reflects on their experience and findings, and why we must take Faecal Sludge Management seriously.

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Re: IWA Non-Sewered Sanitation Conference 2023 - Johannesburg (15th to 18th October)

Join the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), India, at the Knowledge Cafe on Sunday 15th October, 12:00 – 18:00 GMT+2 (Johannesburg, South Africa). The Knowledge Cafe sessions will cover topics such as NSS experiences in India and Bangladesh, addressing affordability and sustainability in desludging, performance assessment of Faecal Sludge Treatment Plants (FSTPs), design considerations of FSTPs including capacity, cost, and climate factors, national strategies for capacity building in NSS, and understanding institutional Domestic Wastewater Treatment systems through successful case examples from India and Bangladesh. More info  here .
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Re: IWA Non-Sewered Sanitation Conference 2023 - Johannesburg (15th to 18th October)

Most of the Container Based Sanitation Alliance membership will be there, and there will be quite a few sessions with and about CBS.
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Re: IWA Non-Sewered Sanitation Conference 2023 - Johannesburg (15th to 18th October)

Join us for a workshop on 📅 15 October 2023, from 15:30 - 17:00 Local time.
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IWA Non-Sewered Sanitation Conference 2023 - Johannesburg (15th to 18th October)

Hello SuSanA Community,

The NSS Conference, organized jointly by IWA and WRC in Johannesburg, is just around the corner. This conference is dedicated to expediting the implementation of non-sewered sanitation solutions in the Global South to help achieve the SDG sanitation targets.

Unfortunately, the SuSanA secretariat won't be able to attend in person. However, we are well aware that many of you will be present and actively participating in this exceptional event.. In order for SuSanA to support its members and partners in promoting their activities and reporting on key happenings, we kindly request information on who will be present at the conference and the sessions and side-events you or your organization will be contributing to.

If you are planning to be in Johannesburg, please add your details to the list available   here   and watch out for further updates!

Feel free to use this thread to share your flyers and information related to your sessions and side-events. 

All the best



Alexandra Dubois on behalf of the SuSanA Secretariat
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Sector Programme Water Policy – Innovations for Resilience
Division Climate Change, Environment & Infrastructure

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