Sanitation in Stockholm: WSSCC welcomes your engagement at World Water Week!

Date: 10th August 2014

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The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is proud to wave the flag high for sanitation and hygiene at the forthcoming World Water Week in Stockholm. Colleagues, friends and partners on site at Stockholmsmässan are welcome to join us at any of the following WSSCC co-convened sessions:

  • Innovations in Sustainability for Water and Sanitation Services (link) – Monday September 1| 17:45 -18:45 | Room T2
  • Book Launch: ‘Promising Pathways, Innovations and Best Practices in CLTS at Scale in Madagascar’ (link) – Tuesday September 2 | 13:00 -14:00 | Press Centre
  • Meet and Greet Reception at the WSSCC Booth – Tuesday September 2 | 17:30 – 18:30 | Stand B02:51
  • Sanitation Evaluations: Good practice, Challenges and Next Steps – Wednesday September 3 | 09:30 -12:00 | Room K12
  • Briefing: Forthcoming AfricaSan Sets Sights on Making Sanitation a Reality for All in Africa (link) – Wednesday September 3 | 13:00 -13:30 | Press Centre
  • WASH Media Awards Ceremony (link) – Friday September 5 | Closing Plenary | Room K1

Please also be sure to visit our Exhibition Stand (B02:51) all week long. Here you can learn about our recent work on menstrual hygiene management, find out how Global Sanitation Fund-supported national programs have helped eradicate open defecation for some six million people, or pick up hard copies of the latest knowledge resources, reports, videos and advocacy materials from WSSCC and its partners. These include:

  • Global Sanitation Fund August 2014 Progress Report and 2013 Progress Report
  • Compendium of Sanitation Systems and Technologies – 2nd Edition
  • Many Hands: Harmonising Capacity, Knowledge and Documentation in Sanitation and Hygiene
  • The United Nations Campaign to End Open Defecation
  • Inspiring Change for Women’s Rights and Dignity
  • Advocacy, communications and monitoring of WASH commitments

If you cannot make it to Stockholm, be sure to follow us via Twitter and hashtag #wwweek, or on our Facebook page.

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