Final Call for Abstract Submissions and Side Event Proposals for 2012 Water and Health Conference

Date: 12th April 2012

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Final Call for Abstract Submissions and Side Event Proposals for 2012 Water and Health Conference

30 April is the final deadline to submit an abstract or side event proposal for the 2012 Water and Health Conference: Science, Policy and Innovation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  This year’s themes include:

  • Monitoring and Evaluation for Sustainability
  • Ecosystem Protection and Drinking Water Safety
  • WaSH and Child Health
  • Southeastern US Water Challenges
  • Beyond 2015: Realizing Universal Access and Human Rights
  • Water, Energy and Climate
  • Making Sanitation Benefits Achievable and Sustainable for All
  • Household-centered WaSH

Abstracts may be submitted through the conference website.  

The 2012 Conference will take place from 29 October- 2 November at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.  More information and registration details may be found at the Conference Website here

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