The 2017 RWSN early webinar series has ended, after 9 weeks of weekly bilingual (and even trilingual!) online meetings dedicated to rural water supply. We had two great participatory webinars on gender and rural water supply, with stories contributed from RWSN members; a webinar which looked at the intersection between WASH in development and in emergency contexts; and webinars on topics as varied as corruption in the rural water sector, the human right to water, country-led monitoring of the WASH sector and how to measure the sustainability of water supply. We even took a foray into the urban world by discussing the impact of burgeoning private wells in Africa on groundwater resources and the resilience of communities.
What makes these webinars so interesting is that speakers and participants share knowledge, information, and stories that could never be found in a report. If you missed a topic of interest, do not worry – all the materials, recordings and presentations can be accessed here. Feel free to share with your colleagues!