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Recordings and presentation now available: World Toilet Day Webinar "WHO guidelines on sanitation and health" - Monday, 19 November 2018, 2:30 - 3:35 PM CET

Dear All,

You are invited to a joint webinar of WHO, UN-Water and SuSanA to introduce and discuss the recently launched WHO guidelines on sanitation and health!

The purpose of these guidelines is to promote safe sanitation systems and practices in order to promote health. They summarize the evidence on the links between sanitation and health, provide evidence-informed recommendations, and offer guidance for encouraging international, national and local sanitation policies and actions that protect public health. The guidelines also seek to articulate and support the role of health and other actors in sanitation policy and programming to help ensure that health risks are identified and managed effectively.

The main audience for the guidelines is national and local authorities responsible for the safety of sanitation systems and services, including policy makers, planners, implementers and those responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of standards and regulations. This includes health authorities and, since sanitation is often managed outside the health sector, other agencies with responsibilities for sanitation. The guidelines were developed in accordance with the processes set out in the WHO Handbook for Guideline Development. You can download the WHO Guidelines on Sanitation and Health in the SuSanA library here .

Date: Monday 19 November, 2018 - International World Toilet Day
Time: 14.30-15.35 hours (CET)
Hosts: WHO, UN-Water and SuSanA
Presenter: Bruce Gordon, Kate Medlicott and Sophie Boisson from WHO
Moderation: Carlos Carrion-Crespo, ILO representing the UN-Water World Toilet Day Task Force

Registration link will open very soon and announced here!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Best regards,
Franziska
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Re: Save the Date: World Toilet Day Webinar "WHO guidelines on sanitation and health" - Monday, 19 November 2018, 2:30 - 3:35 PM CET

Dear all,

the registration to the webinar is open now under this link: https://www.susana.org/en/webinar-registration-WTD-WHO-sanitation-and-health !

The agenda will be the following:


14: 30 (CET) Welcome by Carlos Carrion-Crespo, ILO representing the UN-Water World Toilet Day Task Force

14: 35 Overview intro - Bruce Gordon, WHO

14: 40 Technical overview presentation by Kate Medlicott and Sophie Boisson, WHO


  • Highlights

  • Guidelines overview


  • 15:00 Q&A - Moderated by Carlos Carrion-Crespo, ILO representing the UN-Water World Toilet Day Task Force

    15:30 Closing remarks by Carlos Carrion-Crespo, ILO representing the UN-Water World Toilet Day Task Force and invitation to follow-up discussion on the SuSanA Forum by Franziska Volk, SuSanA Secretariat


    For those who have other plans on World Toilet Day already - recordings will be made available after the webinar aswell as a Thematic Discussion will follow led and moderated by co-authors of the WHO Guidelines on sanitation and health.

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    Re: Registrations closed: World Toilet Day Webinar "WHO guidelines on sanitation and health" - Monday, 19 November 2018, 2:30 - 3:35 PM CET

    Dear all,

    how great, that we are seeing such a high interest in the webinar!

    We closed the registrations this morning as the webinar is already full. Due to the high interest, a follow-up webinar is being discussed.

    For everyone who is not able to register any more, the webinar recordings will be put online shortly after the webinar.
    Also, the discussions around the global guidelines will continue in the format of a TDS in the SuSanA Forum here from 19th November to 10 December 2018.

    Best regards,
    Franziska

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    Dear all,

    a big thank you from the SuSanA secretariat to all co-hosters, moderators, presenters and participants of yesterday's World Toilet Day webinar. It was a truly interesting introduction to the guidelines and included a fun quiz!

    The webinar recordings and the presentation held by Kate Medlicott and Sophie Boisson from WHO are now available in the SuSanA library here: https://www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/resources-and-publications/library/details/3480 . The WHO Guidebook is also linked there.

    For those who missed the Q&A session in the webinar - no worries! The discussion will continue for 3 more weeks online, moderated by a number of experts and authors of the WHO guidelines in the Forum.

    Theme 1 - Evidence on sanitation and health & Theme 4 - Health sector role in sanitation already started - come and join the discussion!

    Best wishes,
    Franziska

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    Re: Recordings and presentation available: World Toilet Day Webinar "WHO guidelines on sanitation and health" - Monday, 19 November 2018, 2:30 - 3:35 PM CET

    Dear all,

    a big thank you from the SuSanA secretariat to all co-hosters, moderators, presenters and participants of yesterday's World Toilet Day webinar. It was a truly interesting introduction to the guidelines and included a fun quiz!

    The webinar recordings and the presentation held by Kate Medlicott and Sophie Boisson from WHO are now available in the SuSanA library here: https://www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/resources-and-publications/library/details/3480 . The WHO Guidebook is also linked there.

    For those who missed the Q&A session in the webinar - no worries! The discussion will continue for 3 more weeks online, moderated by a number of experts and authors of the WHO guidelines in the Forum.

    Theme 1 - Evidence on sanitation and health & Theme 4 - Health sector role in sanitation already started - come and join the discussion!

    Best wishes,
    Franziska

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    Re: Recordings and presentation available: World Toilet Day Webinar "WHO guidelines on sanitation and health" - Monday, 19 November 2018, 2:30 - 3:35 PM CET

    Dear Franziska.
    I need to source a web link to become aware of the webinar proceedings on 19 Nov 2018. 1430 hrs on the WHO Guidelines on Sanitation and health.

    I had made repeated attempts to join the Webinar at the stipulated time but in vain.

    Being a Mariner serving on ships, desire to know how has been the position of Sanitation and health on merchant ships etc..

    Well wishes.
    Prof Ajit Seshadri
    Vels University. Chennai. INDIA.

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    Dear professor

    I agree with you , in fact I also couldn't join in spite of many efforts, there ere other 4 people on the board who were in similar situation
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    Re: Recordings and presentation available: World Toilet Day Webinar "WHO guidelines on sanitation and health" - Monday, 19 November 2018, 2:30 - 3:35 PM CET

    Dear Franziska.
    It is very useful that the notings on Webinar is now available to all Members.

    Gr8 gesture to give it promptly and pl seek comments and post replies too.

    With well wishes.
    Prof Ajit Seshadri

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    Re: SuSanA World Toilet Day webinar "WHO Guidelines on sanitation and health"- recordings and presentation now in the library

    Dear all,

    please find below an edited transcript of the chat in the webinar. The questions asked in the Q&A session of the webinar are marked in green. If you would like to hear the answer from the WHO experts please go to the Q&A session in the second half of the webinar recordings here: www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/resource...library/details/3480

    Cecilia Rodrigues (SuSanA Secretariat): (14:13) Welcome to our WTD webinar!
    Cecilia Rodrigues (SuSanA Secretariat): (14:14) Please feel free to introduce yourself at the chat!
    Sven Norén: (14:15) Hi. My name is Sven Norén. I will just listen to the webinar
    Maryse ARAFA: (14:16) I'm Maryse from ARAFA in Madagascar. the topic is very interesting for us so i attend the webinar
    Rafael Vera: (14:17) Good morning. I am Rafael Vera from Cochabamba, Bolivia.
    Cecilia Rodrigues (SuSanA Secretariat): (14:21) I will mute your microphones. You can still type in the chat.
    Alejandro Levy: (14:28) Hello, I'm Alejandro Levy from Aguatuya in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
    Mara van Welie: (14:29) Hi! I am Mara van Welie, PhD student at Eawag
    Vanita Prasad: (14:32) Hi I am Vanita .. An Environmental Biotechnologist ..develped technology to treat sewage and working to improve sanitation in India...so the topic is very close to my work
    Dr Mansoor: (14:33) Hello everyone, This is Mansoor from Loughborough UK
    Anna Nylander: (14:33) Happy #WorldToiletDay everyone! Anna Nylander from UN-Water www.unwater.org here.
    Kelly Bridges: (14:33) Good morning, this is Kelly Bridges from Global Water 2020 in Washington, DC
    Dwight Rosslee: (14:34) Hi All. I am Dwight Rosslee from Selectra Wastewater in South Africa
    Dr Mansoor: (14:34) www.ukaiddirect.org/news/on-world-toilet...itation-challenges//
    Jenny Kay: (14:35) Hi I'm Jenny, I'm a civil engineer working in Rwanda
    Hannah Ngugi: (14:37) Hi everyone, I am Hannah a lecturer and Researcher from Kenya,
    Cecilia Rodrigues (SuSanA Secretariat): (14:41) Here is the link to guidelines: www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publ...ation-and-health/en/
    Dr Mansoor: (14:41) thanks
    Bella Monse: (14:42) Hi, Im Bella Monse from GIZ, working on Wash in Schools
    Shervin Hashemi: (14:50) Ahead of #WorldToiletDay - smart ideas on how to make toilets fit for purpose in Africa’s cities
    Shervin Hashemi: (14:50) theconversation.com/some-smart-ideas-to-...fricas-cities-106756
    Shervin Hashemi: (14:51) Hello everyone, from Korea!
    Shervin Hashemi: (14:55) snuswmc.wixsite.com/drurine/single-post/...ilet-Day-November-19
    Dr Mansoor: (14:55) Question; Should we have a separate ministry for sanitation or it should be part of the health Ministry?
    Shervin Hashemi: (15:00) Indeed!
    admin: (15:01) Hi Kate. Do these guidelines refer to the previous guidelines on reuse? --Regards Arno Rosemarin/SEI
    Kelly Bridges: (15:02) Hello Kate! My question is: How do the Guidelines on Sanitation and Health support the Implementation Strategy for the UNSG’s Call to Action on WASH in Healthcare Facilities? Many thanks! www.dropbox.com/s/zgbsxbsrkeuws9o/Update...8forsharing.pdf?dl=0
    Shervin Hashemi: (15:14) Would you please kindly share this presentation with us in PDF? My research team is very interested in it.

    Please find the presentation here in the SuSanA library www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/resource...library/details/3480

    Dr Mansoor: (15:14) How can we strenthen Ministry of Healths?
    Vanita Prasad: (15:14) I am working on coverting the excreta into resource
    Shervin Hashemi: (15:15) Very Informative, indeed :)
    Rafael Vera: (15:15) I am impressed by the content of chapter related to behavior change which is innovative. Do you have plans to translate the guideline into Spanish?

    The guidelines are currently being translated to all other UN languages.

    Dr Mansoor: (15:15) Shall we have a separate ministry on sanitation or a stronger health ministry?
    Vanita Prasad: (15:15) any pilot implimation will help
    Kelly Bridges: (15:15) Hello Kate! My question is: How do the Guidelines on Sanitation and Health support the Implementation Strategy for the UNSG’s Call to Action on WASH in Healthcare Facilities? Many thanks! www.dropbox.com/s/zgbsxbsrkeuws9o/Update...8forsharing.pdf?dl=0
    Jenny Kay: (15:15) Where can we access the guidelines?
    Franziska Volk (SuSanA Secretariat): (15:16) Dear Jenny, Here is the link to guidelines: www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publ...ation-and-health/en/
    Peter Feldman: (15:15) What are the top level messages (what has changed?) for health and WASH sector managers?
    Dr Mansoor: (15:18) How far these guidelines useful for emergencies?
    admin: (15:19) admin: Hi Kate. Do these guidelines refer to the previous guidelines on reuse? --Regards Arno Rosemarin/SEI
    Dr Mansoor: (15:20) Great point on health workers in my opinion.
    Franziska Volk (SuSanA Secretariat): (15:22) The guidelines are being translated right now to more languages. Could you tell us which languages and when you expect them to be published?
    Rafael Vera: (15:22) On the perspective of the guidelines, why is so difficult to generate demand and sustainable use of sanitation services in rural areas?
    Ana Gren: (15:22) What is the role of financing institutions? Should the Developing Banks take some responsibility in terms of approving loans to natitional goverments? Loans given to national goverments which are aiming at financing health programs- health care facilities should include the Guidliens for Sanitation and Health and its implemention should be a
    Dr Mansoor: (15:22) Blogs
    Ana Gren: (15:22) prerequiste for accessing a loan.
    Dr Mansoor: (15:22) To share with colleages
    Dr Mansoor: (15:22) Students
    Dr Mansoor: (15:23) National launch
    Dr Mansoor: (15:23) Do we have short video on this?
    Siko: (15:27) How friendly are these guidelines to the end user (the most vulnerable)? Do these guidelines also state bottom up approaches?
    Vanita Prasad: (15:27) Thanks ....as technology developer we can take support of these guidelines to say advantages
    Alejandro Levy: (15:28) a short video would certainly help sharing these guidelines with a broader audience
    admin: (15:28) What languages are the guidelines being translated into? --Arno Rosemarin/SEI
    Rafael Vera: (15:30) Are you planning to present the guidelines at WHO/PAHO country offices?
    Cecilia Rodrigues (SuSanA Secretariat): (15:30) The discussion will continue on the SuSanA Forum: forum.susana.org/guidelines-sanitation-and-health-tds
    Franziska Volk (SuSanA Secretariat): (15:30) In case the links are not clickable, here is the link to the Forum Discussion forum.susana.org/guidelines-sanitation-and-health-tdsYou can register as SuSanA member here: www.susana.org/en/register With this login you can login to the SuSanA Forum. You will find information on how to edit your user profile here: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/134-user-profile
    Rafael Vera: (15:32) Great presentation. Congratulations. See you at LATINOSAN in Costa Rica.


    Best regards,
    Franziska

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    Re: SuSanA World Toilet Day webinar "WHO Guidelines on sanitation and health"- recordings and presentation now in the library

    Dear Francizka. Well wishes to you.

    Good compilation of data during WTD Webinar proceedings.
    Just noted that one of the participant Dr. Vanita Prasad- desired information on initiative to convert human-sludge into resource.

    Can cite below one easy method:
    Simple pit composting on loading pits with both excreta and cow dung with bio mass ex foliage etc..

    The adding of cow dung brings in more acceptability in commnities.

    If bio gas plant is available then human sludge becomes the main input.
    Output would be bio gas( CH4) and slurry.. readily converted to manure.

    Well wishes.
    Prof Ajit Seshadri .

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    Re: Recordings and presentation available: World Toilet Day Webinar "WHO guidelines on sanitation and health" - Monday, 19 November 2018, 2:30 - 3:35 PM CET

    Here is the link to the recording of the webinar


    For a higher resolution recording go to
    seint.adobeconnect.com/p0wc8lpqxvpv/

    Attached is the Presentation in PDF format
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    A copy of the Guidelines are available here:
    www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/resource...library/details/3480

    The thematic discussion on the Guidelines can be found here:
    forum.susana.org/forum/categories/guidel...ation-and-health-tds

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    Re: Webinars on WHO guidelines on sanitation and health - 4 July 2019 (run by CSE)

    CSE in partnership with WHO present a Webinar on 'WHO Guidelines on Sanitation and Health'



    Date: 04th July 2019
    Time: 16:00 hrs to 17:00 hrs (IST)

    Register now: register.gotowebinar.com/register/283724977123821325

    Every year around 827,000 people in low- and middle-income countries die as a result of inadequate water, sanitation, and hygiene. Poor sanitation is believed to be the main cause in 50% of these deaths and is a major factor in several neglected tropical diseases, including intestinal worms, schistosomiasis, and trachoma. Poor sanitation also contributes to malnutrition.

    Taking a review on the situation, the UN General Assembly in 2010 recognized access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation as a human right, and called for international efforts to help countries to provide safe, clean, accessible and affordable drinking water and sanitation. Also, the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 6.2 calls for adequate and equitable sanitation for all. The target is tracked with the indicator of “safely managed sanitation services”.

    As the international authority on public health, World Health Organisation (WHO)has been instrumental in promoting effective risk assessment and management practices for sanitation in communities and health facilities through the WHO Guidelines on Sanitation and Health, Safe Use of Wastewater, Recreational Water Quality and promotion of Sanitation Safety Planning. Understanding the need to highlight the linkages between health and sanitation, the School of Water and Waste, AAETI, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)in partnership with WHO is organizing its third in a series of webinar events on the recently released WHO Guidelines on Sanitation and Health.

    Aim and Scope of the Guidelines: Provide evidence on the effectiveness of a range of sanitation interventions and provide a comprehensive framework for health-protecting sanitation, covering policy and governance measures, implementation of sanitation technologies, systems and behavioural interventions, risk-based management, and monitoring approaches.Critically, the guidelines articulate the role of the health sector in maximizing the health impact of sanitation interventions. The guidelines also identify gaps in the evidence-base to guide future research efforts to improve the effectiveness of sanitation interventions.

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