Sanitation & Health is one of themes at the 2010 Stockholm World Water Week, which is being held from 05-11 September.
An overview of all events related to this theme is available through the event finder.
Here are some of the sanitation highlights:
Reducing the Risks of Untreated Wastewater Irrigation: Strategies and Incentives
Convenors: IWMI, IDRC, WHO, FAO and World Bank (tbc)
Key issues concerning the implementation of the new wastewater use guidelines, such as financial and non-financial incentives to adopt safer practices, social marketing and behaviour change, economic benefits and subsidies and cost effectiveness of risk reduction options.
Sanitation, Hygiene and Water for All – Promoting Equity and Inclusion
Convenors: WaterAid and WSSCC
Key approaches and case studies in sanitation and hygiene promotion through the lens of equity and inclusion.
Follow-up on Call to Action on WASH in Schools
Convenors: UNICEF and WASH in Schools Partners
This session is designed to help development partners and selected Government partners to work on strategies to engage with the Call to Action for WASH in Schools advocacy campaign launched in April 2010.
The Economics of Sanitation – Impacts, Mitigation, and Efficiency of Sanitation Options
Results from African, East Asian and South Asian countries assessments on the costs and benefits of selected sanitation investments will be presented.
What Knowledge do we need to do better on Sanitation?
Convenors: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) with ICDDR,B, IIED, Slumdwellers International and WaterAid
This session will showcase the [SHARE [Sanitation and Hygiene Applied Research for Equity] research agenda and ask what are the big questions that the sanitation sector must now answer.
Using Output-Based Aid for Sustainable Sanitation
Convenors: Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) and WSP
A framework paper on Output-Based Aid (OBA) in sanitation and specific OBA sanitation projects under development will be discussed. Presenters will also draw on experience with OBA in other sectors (e.g. water, health, energy and telecoms).