Join WSSCC at the World Water Week in Stockholm!

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WSSCC is an active participant in global, regional and national conferences and special events designed to further the cause of sanitation, hygiene and water for all people. This year, WSSCC will co-convene or participate in a number of exciting sanitation and hygiene-related events at the forthcoming World Water Week in Stockholm, from August 23 to 28. The 2015 conference theme is “Water for Development”. Colleagues, friends and partners on site at the conference are welcome to join us at any of the following WSSCC co-convened sessions:

  • Sharing Knowledge Where It Counts – GSF Learning Journeys in Africa – Sunday August 23| 9:00 -10:30 | Room FH300 http://programme.worldwaterweek.org/event/5413
  • Lunch: GSF Learning Session– Tuesday August 25 | 12:30 -13:30 | Room 359, Norra Latin
  • Panel discussion: Evidence To Improve Lives – How Evaluation Can Help Decision-Makers Improve Their Policy and Programme Impacts– Tuesday August 25 | 14:15 -16:15 | Room 359, Norra Latin | WSSCC/3ie
  • Reception: Financing SDG Goal 6.2 for Progress and Sustainable Development: Investing in Sanitation and Hygiene to Save Lives, Improve Health and Promote Education for Millions of People in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia– Tuesday August 25 | 17:30 -18:30| Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel | WSSCC/Global Poverty Project
  • Water, Gender, and Distress: Social Equity in the Post-MDG Landscape – Tuesday August 25 | 9:00 - 10:30 | FH Congress Hall A | WSSCC/London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine/SHARE/WaterAid       http://programme.worldwaterweek.org/event/5105
  • Panel Discussion: Corporate Water Stewardship and a Water SDG: From Vision to Action – Wednesday August 26 | 11:00 -15:35 | Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel | WSSCC/UN Global Compact

Please also be sure to visit our Exhibition Stand (Booth C5) 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 ten million people, or pick up hard copies of the latest knowledge resources, reports, videos and advocacy materials from WSSCC and its partners.

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

For more information on WSSCC’s activities, contact Andrea Guzman at andrea.guzman@wsscc.org.