WASH Seminar Series: Part 2 – Urban Sanitation
Part 2 of the Scaling Up WASH Services in a Pandemic Seminar Series
At current rates of progress, universal access to safely managed sanitation – the aim of the Sustainable Development Goal 6 – won’t be achieved until 2030. WaterAid’s urban sanitation work, through policy and programming, aims at accelerating the pace of progress across Asia and the Pacific.
In this second part of the seminar series, Andrés Hueso, Senior Policy Analyst for Sanitation, provided an overview of WaterAid’s approach, including: WaterAid’s framing of citywide inclusive sanitation (CWIS); town-wide modelling: the experience in Sakhipur, Bangladesh; research and influencing to address the working conditions of sanitation workers (global and in India); and a study on the functionality of wastewater treatment plants.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|11 Jun 2020||Presentation||
City-wide inclusive sanitation: WaterAid’s experience
This presentation provided an overview of WaterAid’s approach, including (i) WaterAid’s framing of citywide inclusive sanitation (CWIS); (ii...