Regional Practitioners Workshop on Pro-Poor Urban Sanitation and Hygiene in Rwanda

Date: 18th November 2010

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A regional practitioners workshop on pro poor urban sanitation and hygiene, to be held in Kigali at the end of February 2011, and a call for abstracts is now on the IRC website at http://www.irc.nl/page/39588

Deadline for the abstracts is 10.12.2010.

This workshop will focus on urban sanitation and hygiene with an emphasis on learning and innovation in the sector. Practitioners from the region will seek to identify proven good practices in the sanitation and hygiene sector, as well as drawing lessons from failures to enter into the policy dialogue. The workshop is jointly organised by UNICEF, GTZ, WSSCC, WaterAid and IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, as part of a longer term regional sharing and learning process, and will be hosted by the Rwandan Ministry of Health.
There is sponorship opportunities available.

For more information, contact Ina Jurga at ina.jurga@wsscc.org.

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