Guide des séances du WSSCC pour la 4e Conférence africaine sur l’assainissement et l’hygiène

Date: 21st May 2015

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Lorsqu’une communauté accède à des installations sanitaires sûres et privées, sa vie ’améliore sur tous les plans. La 4e Conférence africaine sur l’assainissement et l’hygiène constitue une occasion unique de faire de l’hygiène et de l’assainissement des priorités  olitiques et de suivre les progrès accomplis en vue de respecter les engagements d’eThekwini.

Le WSSCC est déterminé à faire de l’assainissement en Afrique une réussite : avec plus de 1000 membres, 10 programmes du Fonds mondial pour l’assainissement et 11 coordinateurs nationaux, ce continent est le coeur battant du WSSCC. Rejoignez-nous lors des diverses séances afin de débattre, de partager les enseignements tirés de notre expérience et de dégager des solutions pour un changement durable.

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