Sustainable water services take ‘Water & Health’ Conference by storm

Dr Grace Oluwasanya, Federal University of Agriculture, Nigeria presenting on “Water User’s Perception to Health Impacts: Implications for Self Supply Water Safety Plans”

I was lucky enough to attend this year’s Water & Health Conference at the University of North Carolina. I was even luckier to make it as the skirts of Hurricane Sandy swept up the Atlantic coast before crashing into the American North East.

It was a great opportunity to meet, face-to-face, many RWSN members who have been communicating with online and meet a whole bunch of new people. It was really inspiring to hear their stories and find out more about their organisations and research. Here are just some of my highlights from the event:

Overall, the conference was great interface between practitioners and researchers and is well worth future involvement by RWSN partners. If you went, what were your highlights?

If you have any suggestions for topics and presentations that we could put forward for a side event then please get in touch.

Author: SGF

Lover of learning. Beauty is found in the mysterious.

One thought on “Sustainable water services take ‘Water & Health’ Conference by storm”

  1. Thank you, Sean, for providing the rest of us with a clickable list of reading from the conference.

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