WASH 2014 Call for Abstracts now open!
The key global development discussion between now and 2015 is focused on formulating the Post-2015 framework of priorities and targets. If we understand the central premise of the current Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) proposals to be ‘water, sanitation and hygiene for everyone, everywhere’ – how are we, actors in the WASH sector, going to behave differently to achieve this?
This is the question at the heart of WASH 2014 conference, held in Brisbane from March 24-28, 2014.
The week-long event will have two days dedicated to conference style sessions, tackling multiple issues under the following sub-themes:
1. Equitable access, universal services
2. Achieving health outcomes with WASH
3. Sustaining services and outcomes.
There will also be three days dedicated to training workshops on a range of WASH topics.
The conference will be attended by leading practitioners around the world from civil society, government and industry organisations, donors and academia.