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Quite an age. I dont know if you still remember this person. I mailed i saw no response after the workshop we held in Markurdi. Remember we planned to start COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE and we put some people to work on it, no response after about 2years now. For you to remember me i was the only one that paid at that workshop the agreed due for membership of that forum. I will be glad to hear from you again. 08033951327, email@example.com
You might want to start a group on this network for the WaterAid initiated knowledge centres and invite (WaterAid) people to join. To do so go to http://www.mywash.org/groups/group/new, create the group and invite people.
Judging by the number of posts on Twitter, evidence for decision making seems to be a hot topic at the moment not only in the WASH sector but more broadly in the development realm. DFID, the British bilateral cooperation agency has published the latest “Water, Sanitation and Hygiene – evidence paper”. I agree generally with the broad lines of the conclusions about what we still need to know to do our jobs in the sector better, but it was with utter disbelief that I read what is considered “evidence” in the report and what is discarded as not being “sufficient evidence”.
This seminar will bring together the expertise of Dutch organisations on multiple use water services (MUS) in the context of Dutch policy and practice. It will include experiences from arid to humid environments, relating to policy development, capacity building, water infrastructure development, water resources management, sanitation and re-use of waste and wastewater, especially from East Africa.
Organised by the Civil Engineering Department of Bangalore University. Topics include: Planning for Sustainable Water Solutions; Water Quality & Health; Water Management & Policy; and Sustainable Wastewater Treatment Technologies.
The theme for this week-long event is "Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Everyone, Everywhere", with sub-themes: Equitable access, universal services; Achieving health outcomes with WASH; and Sustaining services and outcomes.