WASH Futures 2018 may have already concluded, but efforts to share, connect, and build on lessons learnt during the international conference carry on.
SNV's growing knowledge base on and expertise in WASH are largely due to its ongoing partnership with like-minded institutions and organisations -- whether these are with government bodies, civil society practitioners, the academe, and donors.
During the international conference WASH Futures 2018, SNV and its partners were given the opportunity to present SNV's latest project knowledge and results in urban and rural water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
Click on the links below to view or listen to live recordings of the presentations.
|Theme||Title of presentation||Name of presenter||Link to presentation|
|Faecal sludge management for rural populations||The multi-barrier approach applied to faecal sludge reuse in Nepal||Kumi Abeysuriya (ISF-UTS)||Access here|
|Collaboration for urban wash||Establishing urban faecal sludge management services where none exist||Nadira Khawaja (SNV)||
|Gender equality and WASH||Assessing equity of an integrated sanitation approach in 11 countries||Paschal Apanga (University of Nevada)||
|Gender equality and WASH||Reaching the last mile, a comparative study in five countries||Gabrielle Halcrow (SNV) and Juliet Willets (ISF-UTS)||
|Hygiene behaviour change||Integrating hygiene innovation within government health systems: experiences from Bhutan||Adam Biran (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)||
|Hygiene behaviour change||Promoting handwashing with soap behaviour change through Indonesian culture||Saniya Niska (SNV)||