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WASH 2014 conference program available now

Managed by the International WaterCentre with the support of the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the WASH2014 Conference (24 – 28 March 2014, Brisbane) explores the issue of universal access to WASH and invites practitioners from civil society, government and industry, donors and academics to share learnings, build on existing WASH dialogues and establish global networks.

WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) for everyone, everywhere. It’s a vision for the future at the heart of global development dialogues. The UNICEF/WHO Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) has led work to propose what future WASH goals, targets and indicators should be between now and 2015. But how are WASH practitioners going to work differently to realise a vision of universal access to WASH?

Menstrual hygiene management, hard to reach communities and planning WASH in an era of climate change are just some of the issues that will be explored in an engaging program that includes 2 days of presentations and 3 days of training. 





Delegates will also hear from distinguished international keynote speakers including Sanjay Wijesekera (Chief of WASH Programme Division, UNICEF), Almud Weitz (Water and Sanitation Program, World Bank), Archana Patkar (Programme Manager, Networking and Knowledge Management, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council) and Professor Jamie Bartram (Director, Water Institute at UNC).

Places are limited – earlybird offers close 15 January 2014. 




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