Earlybird registrations extended for WASH Futures Conference 2016

Earlybird registrations extended for WASH Futures Conference 2016

There’s still time to secure your place at the WASH Futures Conference 2016 and receive a 10% discount, we have extended the deadline for earlybird registrations to 12 March.

Earlybird registrations extended for WASH Futures Conference 2016

WASH Futures Conference 2016 earlybird registrations extended

Register now

The five day program includes a two day conference (16-17 May) and three days of training workshops (18-20 May). Participants can elect to attend the five days of activities or package their registration to suit their needs and interests.

Delegates will also hear from distinguished international keynote speakers including Bruce Gordon (Coordinator of Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Health, World Health Organization), Catarina de Albuquerque (Executive Chair, Sanitation and Water for All Partnership), Don Blackmore (Chair, eWater Board and International Water Management Institute) and Nugroho Tri Utomo (Director of Housing and Settlements, National Development Planning Board of Indonesia).

Practitioners and professionals from civil society, governments, the private sector, donors, students and academic institutions will be in attendance to contribute to the broader international WASH dialogue and share knowledge with the WASH community and partners.

To take advantage of the early bird offer register 12 March 2016.

More information

For more information on the WASH Futures Conference 2016 please visit: www.wash2016.com.

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Follow us on Twitter in the lead up to the conference: @WASHConf2016
You can also find us on LinkedIn via the International WaterCentre page and WASH conference 2016: WASH Futures page.

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