June 2015 is the month in which the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) will meet two impressive milestones: 5000 SuSanA members, and 100 sanitation projects funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) having been introduced on the SuSanA discussion forum. The projects’ discussion threads can be accessed via the new sanitation project database after filtering by funding source.
To celebrate these two milestones, and to hear about ideas for the future of the SuSanA network and its knowledge management tools, all members are invited to one hour of an “open microphone” webinar on 18 June 2015.
Date & time: Thursday, 18 June 2015 at 16:00-17:00 CEST (Geneva time); the room opens at 15:30
Format: Participants will be able to speak to members of the SuSanA secretariat at GIZ (Trevor Surridge, Annkathrin Tempel) and core group (Arno Rosemarin, Madeleine Fogde, Jonathan Parkinson, Elisabeth von Muench), as well as to fellow SuSanA members.
Topics for discussion include:
- The discussion forum
- The new project database
- How to contribute to the Wikipedia Project Sanitation
- The SuSanA working groups
- The future of SuSanA
To register for the webinar click here (registration is optional, but seats are limited).
Further information about the webinar is here.
The webinar will use Adobe Connect and is intended for SuSanA members only. You can become a SuSanA member here (it only takes two minutes and is free of charge and obligations).
Participants with slow internet connection can use their smart phone to participate by using an App from Adobe Connect.