This report is a short summary of the WSSCC Global Forum on Sanitation and
Hygiene, 9-14 October 2011 in Mumbai, India. It is intended to immediately bring to your inbox the highlights of the week, take home messages and an overall call to action. Not all sessions are detailed, nor are all speakers, facilitators or rapporteurs mentioned.
- Highlights_WSSCC_Mumbai (pdf)
This report is intended as a snapshot of the week that was. A more
comprehensive report will follow at the end of the year, with a full participant list, substantive reference pieces, new directions, innovations and links. It will also provide practical information about the Community of Practice and WASH Fair. This was the first ever Global Forum on Sanitation and Hygiene. WSSCC brought together almost 500 sanitation and hygiene professionals and WSSCC members, as well as communicators, educators, health professionals, architects, academics, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, leaders and professionals from other disciplines. Participants came from over 70 countries. A third came to the Forum from Africa, half from Asia and the remainder from Europe and the Americas.