Water Week took place at the World Bank headquarters in Washington DC from February 17-20, 2009. The event was organized by the Water Anchor in partnership with the Water Sector Board. Titled “Tackling Global Water Challenges”, the discussions focused on the urgent challenges currently faced by the water community including inter alia: adapting to climate change, responding to the food crisis, keeping the momentum for the MDGs, and dealing with the potential impact of the global economic crisis.
All presentations are now online here.
Below are links to some of the sanitation-related presentations:
- At Scale Hygiene and Sanitation Promotion in Ethiopia
- Assessing Options for Reducing Health Risks in Irrigated Urban Farming:New Findings from Ghana
- Scaling Up Sanitation And Hygiene In Uganda
- Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Fund Development Board – Nepal
- Community Water Supply & Sanitation Project: Sri Lanka
- Poor-Inclusive Sanitation Planning and Development in Southeast Asia
- Reuse Of Wastewater In Urban Agriculture In Metropolitan Lima, Perú
- Scaling Up Hygiene & Sanitation Effectively And Sustainably
- Community-Led Total Behavior Change in Hygiene and Sanitation
- Scaling Up Handwashing with Soap: Experiences and Lessons
- The Challenge Of Financing Sanitation At Household Level
- Condominial Water Supply And Sewerage Systems
- A Practical Guide for Improving Water Supply and Sanitation Services to the Urban Poor