LinkedIn Community of Practice on Sanitation and Hygiene in Development Countries

Date: 21st August 2014

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Credit: WSSCC

Credit: WSSCC

Join WSSCCs Community of Practice on Sanitation and Hygiene in Development Countries on LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/1238187

About the Community of Practice on Sanitation and Hygiene (CoP)
The aim of the Community of Practice (CoP) is to reinforce the global community of those working in sanitation and hygiene and create a neutral platform to share and learn together.

The group is managed by a coordinator who currently sits within the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC). The coordinator works with a global team of ‘stewards’ who are dedicated and well respected sector professionals. The Stewards are responsible for the strategic decisions for the CoP and each one brings different opportunities, networks and geographical representation to the table.

You can contact the coordinator on shcopadmin@wsscc.org

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