conferences

Conference

1st IWA Non-Sewered Sanitation Conference, Pretoria, South Africa

The 1st IWA Non-Sewered Sanitation (NSS) specialist group conference is being hosted in Pretoria, South Africa, in partnership with the Water Research Commission and the University of Pretoria. The event responds to the challenges and needs of around 4 billion people requiring sanitation.

The aim of the conference is to provide stimulus for research and innovation for NSS and offgrid sanitation solutions, including fecal sludge management, build the technical and scientific base for NSS and to contribute to scientific knowledge and good practice learnings.

Blog

What You Missed at this Year’s Water and Health Conference

Every fall the University of North Carolina’s Water and Health “Where Science Meets Policy” Conference brings together leading water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) researchers to jump start the conversation of how their latest findings should be put into practice, and what the implications are for implementers, donors, and policymakers.

Announcement

USAID Water and Development Research Agenda Consultation

October 11, 2019, 12:30-2:30 p.m., UNC Water and Health Conference

In alignment with promoting recipient self-reliance and resilience, USAID plans to launch a five-year Water and Development Research Agenda to fill key evidence gaps that are critical to address in order to better implement WASH and water resources programming in the Agency’s high priority and aligned partner water and sanitation countries. Please join us for an open, facilitated session in which USAID will seek feedback from researchers and implementing organizations on implementation research priorities.

Conference

USAID @ World Water Week 2019

The Stockholm International Water Institute brings together experts, policymakers, development practitioners, entrepreneurs, and more every August for World Water Week events, knowledge sharing, and networking. This year World Water Week will address the theme “Water for Society – Including All.”

Conference

Virtual Conference on MHM 2019 (exact date TBD)

The Virtual Conference on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Schools provides an opportunity to hear the latest research and programming on menstrual health and hygiene from around the world. The conference enables the global sharing of new ideas and essons learned, and connects people working on MHM in schools in a wide range of countries.

Report

Proceedings of the 7th Annual Virtual Conference on MHM in Schools (2018)

The annual virtual conference on MHM in schools provides a vital global platform for practitioners and policy makers to share ideas, discuss approaches to common problems, and to assess progress against the five priorities of the ‘MHM in Ten’ agenda. Now in its seventh year, the conference illustrated some of the successes and challenges we face if we are to realise the MHM in Ten priorities that will improve girls’ lives by 2024.

Blog

AMCOW looks to accelerate progress towards the SDG 2030 Agenda: Key Takeaways from the 7th Africa Water Week

Three years after the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 Agenda was adopted, the African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) convened the 7th Africa Water Week (AWW) in Libreville, Gabon. USAID, a lead supporter of AMCOW’s path to self-reliance, was on hand as AMCOW assembled the largest gathering of the continent’s political leadership and decision-makers in the WASH sector.