Asia Regional Sanitation and Hygiene Practitioners Workshop – call for abstracts

From 31st January to 2nd  February 2012 BRAC, WaterAid, WSSCC and IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre will organise a regional sanitation and hygiene practitioners’ workshop in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

The aim of this workshop is to contribute to the evidence base on sanitation and hygiene interventions with sustainable results through documentation and analysis of selected cases. It is set up to support practitioners in identifying practical approaches, steps and lessons for improving their work and to provide an informal setting where participants actively engage and feel confident to question each other and their own assumptions.

The themes for this regional practitioners’ workshop are

  1. Sustainable sanitation services and sustained behaviour change
  2. Equity – reaching the poor and vulnerable
  3. Effective monitoring for change and improved planning

Please read the announcement and call for abstracts and send your abstract to dhaka2012@irc.nl by the 14th of August 2011.

This is the third in a series of (South) Asia regional practitioners’ workshops. For documentation related to the previous workshops, see IRC’s website: www.irc.nl/page/39978

A new publication brings together lessons from 8 regional sanitation  and hygiene workshops held between 2007 and 2011 and can be downloaded here: www.irc.nl/page/65234

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2 responses to “Asia Regional Sanitation and Hygiene Practitioners Workshop – call for abstracts

  1. We need to hear some things from the people who really deserve to speak in events. Community voices should be part of the events.

  2. Allan Chosani Ndhlovu

    There is need to draw a varriance approach to address gaps identified on water supply to hospitals according to there sizes.

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