Webinar- Innovative and Evidence-Based Water Initiatives that advance Water Sector Transformation and catalyze Systems Change for improved Gender Equity. What is being done? What more do we need to do? Presentations, webinar and recording are available!

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Webinar- Innovative and Evidence-Based Water Initiatives that advance Water Sector Transformation and catalyze Systems Change for improved Gender Equity. What is being done? What more do we need to do? Presentations, webinar and recording are available!

Dear SuSanA community,



SuSanA Africa Regional Chapter in collaboration with the Africa Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation (ANEW) are excited to share with you that they will host a webinar on the topic: Innovative and evidence-based water initiatives that advance water sector transformation and catalyze systems change for improved gender equity. Questions, such as "What is being done?" and "What more do we need to do?" will be raised and addressed. 

When: 02 December 2020
Time: 16:00 Kenya Time
Where:  MS Teams

We are looking forward to contributions by:
Sareen Malik, Chapter Coordinator of the SuSana Africa Regional Chapter 
Priya Nath, Equality, Inclusion and Rights Advisor at WaterAid 
Dr Tanko Azzika, Senior Policy Adviser at the African Ministers' Council on Water (AMCOW) 
Sheila Ruyondo, East Africa local coordinator at Young Water Solutions 
Ada Oko Williams, Senior WASH Manager, Sanitation at WaterAid and Co-founder of the  African Women Sanitation Professionals Network.

Looking forward to interacting with you all.

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Keitumetse
Keitumetse Tsubane
Co-coordinator SuSanA Africa Regional Chapter
(Under consultancy contract with ANEW funded by WSSCC)

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Dear All,

After a very insightful webinar, we found it only right to share with you the webinar presentations, summary and recording for those  of you who did not manage to take part and for those who did but would still like to go back to the webinar contents for any reference.

You can access the above information via the SuSanA library  Webinar-Innovative and evidence-based water initiatives that advance water sector transformation and catalyze systems change for improved gender equity - Resources • SuSanA .

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Keitumetse
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Re: Webinar- Innovative and Evidence-Based Water Initiatives that advance Water Sector Transformation and catalyze Systems Change for improved Gender Equity. What is being done? What more do we need to do? Presentations, webinar and recording are available!

Thanks for sharing, will go through it and provide input. Who is representing West Africa Regional Chapter?

Thanks
Wurie MT Barrie
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Thanks very much for the sharing and also thanks to the presenters and their presentation. 

Having listened i came to the realization and generality of the word "women" and "youth". It clear across Africa, Sub-Sahara Africa, Asia most of the "women" that going through this water spell are "uneducated or illiterate". The inclusion and recognition has to start from them.

Polices are developed day in day out with less consideration of illiterate women involvement including those with disability.

It make no sense to bring out innovation that rural illiterate women that walk miles to fetch water, doing household chose and engage in agriculture are not recognise.

The issue of multilateral or donor organization focusing is providing funding to international organization of their own kind is not helping addressing to achieve water and sanitation and by extension the Africa Union and other African regional blocks needs to focus on data gathering and dissemination and hold African members states to account.

National, youth, civil society organizations needs the funding to drive data collection and engaging and recognising the contribution of illiterate women/girls, youths, persons with disability and children.

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Wurie Mamadu Tamba Barrie
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Dear Wurie MT Barrie,

Thank you for reaching out.

There is no particular individual or organisation representing each African region but the coordinator and co-coordinator are working together with everyone in the various regions at this point.

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Keitumetse
Keitumetse Tsubane
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