- Re: Theme 1: Policy Issues on the Regional and Global Level - by: ThomasLangkau September 28, 2016Dear all, I would like to share L.Jelshyam Singh`s contribution with you, we received in a mail: What we observed on WASH in schools are 1. there has not been a proper directives or policy in school education. 2. there is lack of responsibility of the school authorities in such management. 3. observed that the present political situation encourages lack of c […]
- WaterAid School WASH Research in Asia - by: JacquesPiP September 28, 2016Dear all, Many thanks Katrin and Vielen Danke Susana for this much needed opportunity to share our reflections on these important issues. I find it very stimulating to read the introduction of this discussion and the emphasis it puts on the need for leadership in relation to WinS. For sure, we are not merely talking about top down leadership from the Ministr […]
- Anticipating the next wave of eLearning in the WASH sector, Thursday October 6th 2016 at 13:00 BST (London time) - by: SDickin September 28, 2016Please join us for a webinar titled ‘Anticipating the next wave of eLearning in the WASH sector’ scheduled for Thursday October 6th 2016 at 13:00 BST (London time). Overview: Since 2013, Eawag-Sandec has developed an open-access eLearning series entitled “Sanitation, Water and Solid Waste for Development”. The courses are offered as Massive Open Online Cours […]
- Re: Theme 2: Implementation Level - by: PaminFinland September 28, 2016Great discussion so far. I am working with the Finland-Nepal bilateral WASH projects in Nepal (RVWRMP and RWSSP-WN). Probably the biggest difficulties with school WASH that we see is access to water (in the rural hill areas). Water is needed for washing during toilet use, and for flushing the toilet (sulav style toilets). Without sufficient water the toilets […]
- ~500,000 people in the U.S.A. lack adequate water and sanitation - by: KaiMikkel September 27, 2016A population roughly the size of Malta's and all residing within the boarders of the wealthiest country on earth (the United States of America) does not have access to adequate sanitation and water: http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/09/27/health/plumbing-united-states-poverty.html?_r=1&referer=
- Re: Theme 1: Policy Issues on the Regional and Global Level - by: ThomasLangkau September 28, 2016
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