Events held in 2008


1st Sanitation Community of Practice Meeting: Sanitation at the household level in low-income countries

January 28th 2008, WEDC, Loughborough University

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Sanitation: An Overview, Duncan Mara (Leeds University)
Assessing Sanitation Demand, Mimi Jenkins and Beth Scott
CLTS dynamics and impact at household level, Petra Bongartz (Institute of Development Studies)
Household sanitation in urban slums, Rob Clarke (Halcrow)


2nd Sanitation Community of Practice Meeting: Sanitation at the neighbourhood level in low income countries

May 1st 2008, Water Aid Offices, London

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From household level to neighbourhood collection – lessons applied from the solid waste sector, Mansoor Ali (Practical Action)
Faecal Sludge Management – approach to managing neighbourhood level waste, Koné Doulaye (EAWAG, Sandec)
Norms, codes and regulations and their impact at the neighbourhood level, Jonathan Parkinson (Atkins)


3rd Sanitation Community of Practice Meeting: Sanitation at the urban & policy level in low income countries

5th December 2008, Development Planning Unit (DPU) UCL, London

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Governance and Sanitation that works for the urban poor, Adriana Allen (DPU, UCL)
Policy, planning and legislative processes in urban sanitation: participation by the poor, Lucy Stevens (Practical Action)
The Challenge of Financing Sanitation, Sophie Trémolet (Trémolet Consulting)
Engaging the Health Sector in Watsan Programs: Why and How?, Beth Scott (DFID)
The Last Taboo: learning from the sanitation crisis in London during the nineteenth century, Maggie Black