Webinar: Understanding Basics of FSTP and STP Treatment Systems – For Achieving Inclusive and Affordable Sanitation

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Re: Webinar: Understanding Basics of FSTP and STP Treatment Systems – For Achieving Inclusive and Affordable Sanitation

Dear Temple,
The recording and the presentation of the webinar are available on CSE's website ( here )

Further, you could check this thread for the discussion that preceded the webinar.

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Re: Webinar: Understanding Basics of FSTP and STP Treatment Systems – For Achieving Inclusive and Affordable Sanitation

I missed this webinar. Please is there a recording for this webinar? If it is available, I'd really appreciate if it's shared.

How can we also join the WhatsApp group proposed for this topic?

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Webinar: Understanding Basics of FSTP and STP Treatment Systems – For Achieving Inclusive and Affordable Sanitation

DATE: May 31, 2023
TIME: 14:30 hrs - 16:30 hrs(IST)
VENUE: ONLINE (Zoom)
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

The April 2023 Policy and Practice Forum on “Inclusive and Affordable Water and Sanitation Solutions for a Climate Resilient World: Paradigm Shift in the Global South”, received enthusiastic response from more than 120 practitioners and policy makers in the CSE residential campus. 
As a follow up, CSE has initiated an Informal Discussion Series on Water and Sanitation, with the aim of providing an open forum for discussion and learning on critical topics.  The Series will cover a range of topics and will run as a collaborative learning initiative. While a Whatsapp group of invited members will discuss the topic in detail, an open webinar will share the outcome of the discussion for a larger community outreach, as a Summing Up Discussion. “Understanding the Basics of STPs and FSTPs” was the first session of the Informal Discussion Series. It generated a lively debate and discussion. The aim of the first discussion was to break the silos in thinking of these two treatment systems(Sewered and non-sewered) as either or solutions for cities. To understand both as complimentary treatment systems, with their given pros and cons, in addressing inclusive and affordable sanitation as a purpose. Discussing what we know and what more we need to know and do to achieve this understanding to place it for policy and practice consideration – serving the theme of the Policy and Practice Forum 2023.The Summing Up Webinar will cover:
  • Part (A) – Panel Discussion :Understanding Basics of FSTPs and STPs Treatment Systems –90 minutes
  • Part (B) Geo-spatial CWIS Planning Approach/Tool; Suraj Kumar, CEO, InnpactSolutions : 30 minutes 
AIMLearning and Sharing Forum - What we know, identifying what more we need to know and do for achieving inclusive and affordable sanitation. TARGETAUDIENCE
  • Practitioners and Policy Makers – International, National, State and Municipal levels.
  • Government, NGOs, Private sector and Academia
  • Officials from state and national Missions - AMRUT, Smart Cities Mission, JalJeevan Mission (Urban), Swachh Bharat Mission (U), AtalBhujalYojana, NamamiGange etc.
  • Independent activists, professionals
REGISTER HERE -  us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6bMw...sLl1gg#/registration
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KEY CONTACTSWebinar CoordinatorMr. JYOTI PARSAD DADHICH
Deputy Programme Manager
Water Programme, CSE
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Phone: +91 8559838864

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