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SNV at AfricaSan5 and FSM5

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@SNVworld and @SNV_WASH live-tweeting during #AfricaSan5 and #FSM5

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Organised by AMCOW (African Ministers' Council on Water), AfricaSan -- now on its 5th gathering -- follows up on African countries and partners NGOR declaration on sanitation and hygiene, to accelerate progress and end open defecation in Africa by 2030.
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SUNDAY, 17 FEB 2019

09:00-17:30 I AC Hotel Cape Town Water Front I Port Starboard room
Africa Rural Sanitation Sharing and Learning Workshop
SNV's Anne Mutta to co-facilitate Session 3, Equity and Inclusion/ Last Mile
Organisers: CLTS Knowledge Hub, SNV, UNICEF, WaterAid, WSSCC


TUESDAY, 19 FEB 2019

11:00-12:30 I Cape Town International Convention Centre I Meeting room 1.4
Hygiene and the SDGs: Leave No One Behind
SNV's Anne Mutta to present research on affordability (against household assets), with testimonies and input from SNV's Theresa Swanzy and Reinilde Eppinga
Organisers: SNV, Socio-Economic Rights Institute (SERI)


FULL PROGRAMME HERE


180315 tanzania mwanza safi wash aidan dockery 137
Organised by AMCOW (African Ministers' Council on Water), AfricaSan -- now on its 5th gathering -- follows up on African countries and partners NGOR declaration on sanitation and hygiene, to accelerate progress and end open defecation in Africa by 2030.
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Organised by the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance -- the International FSM Conference -- now on its 5th year -- is a gathering of researchers and organisations involved in the search for innovation and improvements in faecal sludge management to meet the sanitation needs of 4.5 billion people worldwide.
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TUESDAY, 19 FEB 2019

14:30-16:00 I Meeting room 2.4.1
Industry and Exhibition Track: Container Based Systems and Capacity Building

SNV's Rajeev Munankami and Sam Husain to present on BCC Strategy Implementation: A Success Story of Khulna City Corporation, Bangladesh


WEDNESDAY, 20 FEB 2019

11:30-13:00 | Auditorium
FSM Applied Research Track: Faecal Sludge Characterization
SNV's Antoinette Kome and ISF-UTS' Juliet Willetts and Freya Mills to present on Timely Emptying, Emergency Emptying or No Emptying at All


THURSDAY, 21 FEB 2019

15:00-18:30 | Auditorium 
Applied Research Track: Institutional Frameworks and City-Wide Approaches
ISF-UTS' Juliet Willetts, Freya Mills and Jeremy Kohlitz, and SNV's Antoinette Kome to present on Climate Sensitive FSM; New Thinking from Vulnerability, Resilience and Risk-Hazard Approaches


FRIDAY, 22 FEB 2019

13:30-17:00 | Meeting room 1.6
The Missing Link in the Sanitation Chain: Improving the Condition of Sanitation Workers
SNV's Antoinette Kome to present on SNV OHS (occupational health and safety) data across 19 countries
Organisers: WaterAid, WHO, World Bank, ILO, SNV, Water Research Commission 



FULL PROGRAMME HERE


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Organised by the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance -- the International FSM Conference -- now on its 5th year -- is a gathering of researchers and organisations involved in the search for innovation and improvements in faecal sludge management to meet the sanitation needs of 4.5 billion people worldwide.
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Without sanitation workers, the sanitation service chain will not function. Their invisible working conditions, in addition to recurrent news items, e.g., “sewer deaths”, “pit collapse” and disease burdens are all part of a structural problem that requires a SYSTEMATIC SOLUTION. 

In this workshop, we present data and insights on the situation of sanitation workers across Africa, Asia and Latin America. We will reflect on how to address occupational health and safety more systematically and effectively. And will consider the importance of reliable data, regulation and political priority, as well as workers' capacity and perceptions. We hope that participants will see the weight of the issue, setting a common agenda for the future.










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