Webinar: Climate Change and Rural Sanitation – Putting Ideas into Practice


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Webinar: Climate Change and Rural Sanitation – Putting Ideas into Practice

Join the Sanitation Learning Hub for a webinar on climate change and rural sanitation – putting ideas into practice.

Climate change is an emerging concern in the rural sanitation and hygiene sector, where impacts disproportionately affect already disadvantaged and marginalised groups. There is a real risk that progress made in improving rural sanitation access and coverage will slow, or even reverse.

Following the publication of the most recent edition of the Frontiers of Sanitation , the Sanitation Learning Hub and the Institute for Sustainable Futures are organising a webinar to present key aspects of this research on climate change and rural sanitation. 
Drawing on the publication this webinar will:
  • Highlight parallels between climate change and sanitation and hygiene terms and concepts.
  • Illustrate various ways in which climate hazards impact rural sanitation and hygiene practices and programming
  • Provide actionable ideas to get started on integrating climate thinking into
    existing rural sanitation and hygiene thinking, programming, and
Practical details: 
When: Wednesday 14th July; 09.00 – 10.30 UK Time 
Click here to register for the webinar on Zoom.
The webinar will be recorded. A webinar recording will be made available shortly afterwards on our YouTube channel .
For any queries, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Elaine Mercer
Communications and Networking Officer
The Sanitation Learning Hub
The Institute of Development Studies

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