Workshop interactive poster exhibition

Wednesday 26 August | 08.30-18.00 | Room: FH Congress Hall Foyer
Photo by Mikael Ullén

The posters are an important part of the workshops programme and link with the overall theme of the World Water Week. Each workshop will display a selected number of abstracts in the interactive electronic poster exhibition, where conference visitors can view and learn more about the projects behind the posters.

The posters will be presented during each workshop, but as an addition, the poster presenters will be available for questions during the coffee breaks on the day of the workshop. During the breaks, the authors will be available at their posters in order to provide short introductions, comments and answer questions from the participants in an informal setting.

The most informative, innovative and well-designed poster will win the Best Poster Award, which will be presented during the Closing Plenary Session.

On Wednesday, 26 August, posters from the following workshops will be displayed:
Managing water resources for green growth and equity
Water as a driver for sustainable development and poverty eradication

View all the posters in the Interactive Poster Gallery

Programme

The poster presenters will be available for questions in the poster exhibition during the coffee breaks:
10:30-11:00
15:30-16:00


Workshop: Water as a driver for sustainable development and poverty eradication


Commercial financing of utility investments for the urban poor

  • Dennis Mwanza, SUASA, Kenya


SMART Centre’s Tanzania and Malawi Capacity building for market-based WASH technologies

  • Henk Holtslag, SMART Centre


Social values embedded in an Australian water allocation plan

  • Virginie Gillet, University of South Australia

Operationalising rights to water and sanitation in Nepal

  • Pamela White and Sanna-Leena Rautanen, FCG International

Workshop: Managing Water Resources for Green Growth and Equity


Water and Green Growth, Beyond the Theory for Sustainable Future

  • Namsoo Lee, K-water


Negative impact of intensive farming on groundwater soil and land

  • Shrenik Kumar, Kurukshetra University


Risk-sharing in public private partnerships to advance water services & infrastructure

  • Laura Turley, International Institute for Sustainable Development