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Anca Robu uploaded a new Document 31 January 2011
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From18 October 2010
in (Kenya)

The seminar was hold in Nairobi from 18 to 21 October, 2010.

In total, some 28 people participated representing European Investment Bank,
the European Union delegations of Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Congo,
Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Somalia, Swaziland ; Directorate General
Development; Europe Aid Cooperation Office (AIDCO); Plan Kenya, Ecotac,
Kenya; Ministry of Water and Irrigation (Water Services Regulatory Board,
Water Services Trust Fund), Kenya and national delegations from Lesotho,
Namibia and Rwanda.

The 4 day seminar was divided into 3 parts: Day 1 : Supporting the water
sector when it is not a focal sector and field visit; Day 2: Basic sanitation
– demand – supply – enabling environment; Day 3: Institutional context
and sector budget support; Day 4: Finance and procedures Six topics were
selected against which there was a focus on three cross cutting themes
supported by pre-seminar questionnaires: Capacity building; decentralisation
and, indicators and results based management.

viaexpo posted Information 17 January 2011

Green Energy and Waste Management Sectors in SE Europe enjoy a great interest!

17 January 2011

Gemma Pinol-Puig uploaded a new Document 15 January 2011

ODI and OSSREA

viaexpo posted Information 15 December 2010
European Federation of Waste Management & Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council support South-East Europe Development
viaexpo posted Information 13 December 2010

11 December 2010

Waste Management & Recycling

viaexpo posted Information 3 December 2010

Two Environmental Events on Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Waste Management and Recycling for South East Europe to be held on 13-15 April, 2011

When the children of Inyima in southeast Nigeria began to fall sick and die, villagers were horrified to learn that their own poor hygiene practices had contaminated the community’s drinking water, causing a deadly diarrhoea outbreak.

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