World Water Week
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Latin America and Caribbean
Accountability in WASH: from emergency to development
From emergency to development, governments and development-partners face an accountability dilemma. Governments often lack the capacity to deliver services meeting users´ needs, yet delivering needed services through non-state actors can be at the expense of building citizen-state accountability. The event explores ways to reinforce domestic accountability for sustainable service delivery.
Improving Emergency Wastewater Management: Compendium of Sanitation Technologies in Emergencies
The showcase will introduce the new “Compendium of Sanitation Technologies in Emergencies” currently being developed by German WASH Network, Eawag, Global WASH Cluster, SuSanA and key humanitarian WASH organisations and highlights possibilities for participants to become actively engaged in the further development and reviewing process.
Water and Faith: Building partnerships to achieve the SDGs
To achieve the SDGs requires partnerships across all of our global communities. Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) have long played important roles in community development and many lead water and sustainable development programmes. This showcase aims to both share experiences of FBOs, and advance cooperation between FBOs and the water community.
HEPI: supporting WASH actors get ready for the next outbreak
Wednesday 12:00 - 12:45
This event aims to present UNICEF‘s HEPI initiative (Health Emergencies Preparedness Initiative). UNICEF will present the latest thinking and preparedness initiatives on WASH responses in health emergencies.