World Water Week
2016 World Water Week Programme
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Latin America and Caribbean
Towards universal access to drinking water in fragile contexts:DRC
The event focuses on good governance in the water sector in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as a context specific methodology to advance long-term development while promoting access to safe and affordable drinking water in a country without a viable justice system, lack of security and weak institutional capacities.
Water Pricing: Finding the right price in developing countries
If success of SDG 6.1 is to be achieved, the affordability of safe water must be considered as important as the water itself. This event will reveal a path to sustainable solutions through identifying the right price point for drinking water in rural communities in the developing world.
Scaling up Social Accountability for Water and Waste
Millions of people remain excluded from water resources and services. This interactive event will offer evidence on giving citizens a voice and decision making power and how it can lead to greater inclusion and improved waste management..
The Africa EU Water Partnership Project: Unlocking investments through development
The Africa EU Water Partnership Project (AEWPP) aims at significantly improving the financial viability and development impacts of water infrastructure projects. This event will showcase the AEWPP’s approach and its joint efforts with development banks, project preparation facilities, and civil society organizations to unlock capital-flow for water infrastructure in Africa.
Fully engaging the disenfranchised society in water governance
The event will gather public and private sector water and waste services-related decision-makers who are transforming the usual processes for developing strategies and business plans, in order to build in greater involvement of the disenfranchised segment of society early in the life cycle of projects.
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.
Subsidies revisited: Supporting the poorest and most vulnerable in CLTS
Based on recent research and implementation this session will look at current thinking on the use of external support within Community-Led Total Sanitation practice. The session will be highly interactive and ample time will be given to participants to ask questions, comment on presentations and share their own experiences.