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Veronica Girardi posted Information 15 December 2014

During the keynote session of the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2014, Hans Rosling - Professor International Health, Karolinska Institute and Chairman, Gapminder Foundation - delivered a fact-based worldview of humanity, underlying how water and sanitation represent the driving force

Antoine Saintraint posted Information 11 May 2015

Here is the presentation made by Robert Chambers on the link between Sanitation and Stunting. The lunch time conference was given at InfoPoint at DEVCO, on the 25 of March 2015.

From3 February 2016
in (Belgium)
Organised byKapuncinski Development Lectures

Water is critical to nearly all of the Sustainable Development Goals, yet
research suggests that we have already surpassed our limit for freshwater
consumption. What’s the way forward? Come or watch online the lecture with
the ‘Water Man of India’ - Rajendra Singh on February 3rd at 16:00 CET. [1]


Antoine Saintraint posted Information 21 January 2015

An interesting conference was held in South Africa on gender mainstreaming in the Water Sector, an aspect often overlooked in water project.

Antoine Saintraint posted Information 28 January 2016

I would like to recomend you the Kapuscinski Development Lectures - Life without water: what happens when glass is empty?, which will air on February the 3rd at 16:00 CET.

The recording will be also available afterwards.

Antoine Saintraint uploaded a new Document 17 December 2014

WASH stands for Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, and is one of the three main sectors of humanitarian operations (the others being food and health). Climate change has a growing and significant impact on WASH among vulnerable people.

Stephan Fox uploaded a new Document 4 February 2015

2014 Africa Water and Sanitation Report

Antoine Saintraint posted Information 28 December 2015
  • The Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Performance Index is a comparison of country performance in realizing universal WASH. The WASH Performance Index assesses performance in the following components: water access, water equity, sanitation access, and sanitation equity.
Diane Kelecom posted Information 7 August 2018

Discussing failure isn't always easy, nor politically correct - yet it's essential in understanding how we can do things better in future implementations.