By Sara Ahrari (Simavi) RWSN Theme Leader for the Leave no one behind Theme. Simavi’s Programme Manager, Sara Ahrari, moderated a side event during the UNC Water and Health Conference on 1 November 2018. This event was convened by Simavi, Wateraid, Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN),London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and World Vision (WV). The purpose of … Continue reading Pipe dream or possible: Reaching the furthest behind first in WASH sector?
The Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy, organized by the Water Institute at the University of North Carolina (UNC), is one of the most important conferences for WaSH professionals. This year the conference has not only explored the interactions between drinking water supply, sanitation, hygiene, water resources and public health, but put also a strong emphasis on rural water supply in developing countries. Researchers, practitioners and policy-makers had the chance to present and lively debate
Save the date: Tuesday 17 October 2017 07:30 to 08:30 (US Eastern Standard Time) / 13:30-14:30 (Central European Time) / 17:00-18:00 (India Standard Time) What has happened so far? The issue of community management of rural water supplies has attracted some interesting debate recently. An RWSN blog post by Ellie Chowns, at that time a researcher … Continue reading Still barking up the wrong tree? What is the future of community-managed rural water supplies: Join a live webcast from the Water & Health Conference at UNC
By Susan Davis, Executive Director with research support from Lydia Prokosch
At the UNC Water and Health conference last week, Improve International hosted an event called Keep the Water Flowing. We highlighted the various types of post-construction support, results and costs. Below are links to the presentations:
- Susan Davis, Improve International, Improve International Keep the Water Flowing
- Ruchika Shiva, IRC India, Different types of institutional support arrangements in India: synthesis of findings from 20 case studies from the Community Water Plus project
- Victoria Cuellar, DRI/CIWAS, The Circuit Rider Methodology
- Georgia Kayser, UNC Water Institute, The Circuit Rider Model in El Salvador: Improvements in Drinking Water Quality & Sustainability
- Dennis Warner, Millennium Water Alliance, Monitoring and Resolution Activities of MWA Members Following Project Completion
We also shared several resources, links to which are provided below by theme.
The Case for Post-Construction Support
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This year I was fortunate enough to attend the 'Water & Health Conference' at UNC, North Carolina, USA again. I was running a side event on WASHTech, and my partner in crime was Andrew Armstrong, Water Missions’ community development programs manager who gave a great presentation on the experiences of Water Missions in introducing solar … Continue reading Visit to Water Missions – Deep South Innovators
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 … Continue reading Sustainable water services take ‘Water & Health’ Conference by storm