IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition Kigali, Rwanda | 10-14 December 2023

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Join the Inclusive Urban Sanitation workshop on 12 December at the Water Development Congress ! This workshop will allow you to meet outstanding pioneers and champions in the field of sanitation .

📅 Date: December 12, 2023
🕒 Time: 13:30-15:00
📍 Venue: MH3
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Here are the sessions and side events in which SuSanA will be involved, either in an organising role or as a speaker:
  • Monday 11. December, 10:30-17:00, Session 2 – Financing SDG 6.2: Accelerating Inclusive Sanitation in LAMIC : Arne Panesar, head of the SuSanA Secretariat will give the opening and closing remarks
  • Monday, 11. December, from 19:00, SuSanA Sundown Gathering at the Piazza Bar Rooftop of the Radisson Blu Hotel
  • Tuesday 12. December, 10:00-12:00 am, Gender Workshop: Is the future of water and sanitation female? Mobilizing a more gender equal and diverse workforce to achieve SDG 6: Barbara Senkwe will join the Panel discussion to speak about the Stronger Together Initiative
  • Wednesday 13. December, 17:15-18:00, Keynote plenary session: Sanitation / health in urban areas in low- and middle-income countries:  Arne will join the panel discussion
Below is the calendar of events to which SuSanA (in yellow) or the main partners of SuSanA (in green) will be contributing:



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CWAS at IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition 2023

Mark your calendars and join us at these sessions where CWAS is participating.

Workshop

Tuesday, 12 December

Data Systems Strengthening for Inclusive Sanitation Services
15:45 – 17:15 (CAT) | Room MH1 | CWAS-CRDF-CEPT University and IWA
Data system strengthening has become a top priority for global sanitation agendas as a mechanism to improve WASH outcomes. The conversations need to continue at national, regional and global levels to enhance cross learning and wide adoption of good practices.
This session on data systems strengthening for CWIS aims to bring specialist groups across the globe to engage, understand challenges and discuss the importance of data systems, their credibility, reliability, and utilization for scaling up CWIS principles and services.


Platform Presentations

T
uesday, 12 December

Reuse of treated wastewater and sludge from FSTPs
Theme 2.11 Resource recovery and circular economy | 10:30 – 12:00 (CAT)  | Room AD12

Water security in small towns due to climate change
Theme 3.4 Climate resilience and water security | 13:30 – 15:00 (CAT) | Room AD10

Shadow rating to improve creditworthiness of ULBs in India
Theme 5.2 Policy and practice options for service delivery improvement | 15:45 – 17:15 (CAT) | Room AD10

Wednesday, 13 December

Reduction of non-revenue water through water audit to address water scarcity in Indian cities
Theme 3.5 Enhancing security through action on non-revenue water  | 10:30 – 12:00 (CAT) | Room AD1

Impact of scheduled desludging on water quality in onsite sanitation services in Indian cities

Theme 2.7 Wastewater strategies and treatment technologies | 15:45 – 17:15 (CAT) | Room MH4

Nature-based FSTPs at scale in Maharashtra, India

Thursday, 14 December

Climate responsive WASH initiatives in small and medium towns in India
Theme 2.9 Climate dimensions in faecal sludge management | 10:30 – 12:00 (CAT) | Room MH2

IT enabled FSSM monitoring at scale in Maharashtra
Theme 4.5 Digital tools and technologies for service improvement | 10:30 – 12:00 (CAT) | Room MH3

Co-treatment of faecal sludge at STPs for safe sanitation in Maharashtra
Theme 2.8 Advancing faecal sludge management  | 13:30 – 15:00 (CAT) | Room AD11


Poster Presentation

SHG engagement for provision of WASH services in small and medium towns 

Sanitation worker safety in cities of Maharashtra, India 

Community engagement for MHM: Women SHGs in Maharashtra, India 





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Center for Water and Sanitation
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The Innovation Acceleration Forum at the  Water Development Congress  will provide access to innovations and thinking around the  #sanitation  agenda. It will bring together innovators, government, utilities, city managers and practitioners.

Selected sanitation innovators will also take part in a dedicated IWA  #SanitAction  Innovators Expo running alongside the Forum, providing a platform for technology offerings, especially those from Africa or relevant to its sanitation landscape and challenges.
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🌟 SuSanA Sundown Gathering at the IWA Conference in Kigali 🌟

Mark your calendars and join us on the rooftop of the Radisson Blu Hotel on Monday 11 December from 19:00, right in front of the Convention Center. 🍹

To round off the first day of the conference, come and unwind, connect with fellow professionals, and enjoy the breathtaking views of Kigali's skyline in a relaxed and vibrant atmosphere 🥂

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Re: IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition Kigali, Rwanda | 10-14 December 2023

Non-Sewered Sanitation (NSS) systems represent a significant departure from conventional centralized sewerage systems, marking a transformative leap of faith that is less than a decade old in India and other global south countries. These innovative systems offer a remarkable opportunity to conserve water in the face of water scarcity and climate change and abatement of pollution in rivers, water bodies, and groundwater caused by untreated septage. Moreover, NSS has the potential to be made affordable and inclusive, ensuring access to sanitation services for those who need them the most.

Additionally, the conversion of faecal sludge into valuable bio-solids and the generation of treated water through faecal sludge treatment plants (FSTPs) contribute to the circular economy concept, recovering resources from waste and reducing environmental impacts.
With nearly a decade of NSS momentum worldwide, we are now in a position to consolidate the lessons learned from NSS implementation — understanding what works, where, why, and what emerging challenges exist.

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)has been dedicated to NSS as a pathway for sustainable, inclusive, and affordable solutions that promote climate resilience. This commitment was further highlighted during the first International Policy and Practice Forum
2023, held in April 2023 in New Delhi, India. Building upon this momentum, we continued our efforts at the first IWA NSS Conference in Johannesburg in October, which included a full-day workshop and five thematic sessions. And now, at the Kigali IWA Water Congress, CSE is organizing two workshops and participating in paper presentations. Details are as follows:

Workshops by CSE:
1. Scaling up inclusive sanitation: Policies, practices, challenges and implementation strategies
A workshop to share experiential learnings from India’s journey on scaling up sustainable and inclusive sanitation and promoting Global South collaboration for non-sewered sanitation.
Tuesday, December 12, 13:30-15:00 (CAT), WS 10,Session 2, Room MH1

2. From treatment to reuse: Addressing the fullcircle of challenges and opportunities of environmental sanitation in the Global South
A workshop to discuss how to identify baseline status, challenges and priorities for achieving circular economy of sanitation in Global South countries.
Thursday, December 14, 13:30-15:00 (CAT), WS 40, Session 2, Room AD1

Paper Presentations:
1. Need for reuse of treated bio-solids from FSTPs: Scoping the gaps and recommending potential ways to increase demand
DR SUMITA SINGHAL | Tuesday12 December, T2.11: Resource Recovery and Circular Economy, Session 1, Room
AD12

2. How a community-managed project ended the quest for 24/7 water supply
FARAZ AHMAD | Thursday 14 December, T1.9:Opportunities for Sustainable Water Management, Session 1, Room AD4
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IWA Water and Development Congress & Exhibition Kigali, Rwanda | 10-14 December 2023

Hello SuSanA Community,

Get ready for Kigali and join us at the Water Development Congress next week! The event is an excellent opportunity for Water & Development professionals to gather and shape concrete actions following the UN Water Conference and  COP 28.

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