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UN Water videos on sanitation - Water for life decade UN video library

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The UN Office to support the International Decade for Action ‘Water for Life’ 2005-2015/UN-Water Decade Programme on Advocacy and Communication (UNW-DPAC) has just launched a video library. …

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Jessica Yu: Meet Mr. Toilet, 2012

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For those without access to a simple toilet, poop can be poison. The founder of the World Toilet Organisation Jack Sim fights this oft-neglected crisis affecting 2.6 billion people. …

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Charles Thibodeau and Chris Canday: Ecological-dry-toilet in Ecuador, 2010

Length: 14:58

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This video gives a good overview about the construction of a urine-diverting-dehydration toilet (UDDT) in a rural area in the Andes. The project was conducted in 2010 together with a Peaces corp volunteer and an …

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Sowmya Somnath and Jared Buono: It's in Your Hands, Andrew Hinton, 2011

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Diarrheal and respiratory infections kill over 3.5 million children under the age of five every year. Hand washing with soap is the most effective and an inexpensive way to prevent these deaths. It can save the lives of …

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Great Lakes Films Production Ltd.: No place to go, 2012

Length: 4:34

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The Clip aims at depicting the sanitation situation in informal settlements with Bwaise (Kampala) as a case study. The clip tells the story of a young girl’s dilemma in answering nature’s call – from sanitation …

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Great Lakes Films Production Ltd.: Dirty ? Money, 2012

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This Clip portrays the interventions undertaken by GIZ and its partners in alleviating the sanitation situation. Sanitation entrepreneurship is the theme of the clip. The clip covers the sanitation marketing approach in …

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WASH Netzwerk: WASH Netzwerk News zum Weltwassertag (in German) - Lass laufen......, 2012

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Anlässlich des Weltwassertags 2012 hat das WASH Netzwerk einen symbolischen Marsch für Trinkwasser veranstaltet. Unter dem Slogan „Lass laufen“, sind ca. 100 Engagierte mit Wasserkanistern und allerlei Gefäßen …

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Ingle, R.: Introduction to the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA), GIZ GmbH, Eschborn, Germany, 2012

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Presentation at 16th African Water Association's (AfWA's) Water and Sanitation Congress in Marrakech, Morocco, 22 February 2012 …

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Koné, D.: Reinventing the Toilet -- The need to build the sanitation industry, BMGF, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, United States of America, 2012

Length: 11:50

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Presentation at 16th African Water Association's (AfWA's) Water and Sanitation Congress in Marrakech, Morocco, 22 February 2012 …

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Langergraber, G.: Operation and maintenance issues in sustainable sanitation research programs, BOKU, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, 2012

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Presentation at 16th African Water Association's (AfWA's) Water and Sanitation Congress in Marrakech, Morocco, 22 February 2012 …

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Bassan, M.: Operation and maintenance of centralised faecal sludge treatment plants, EAWAG/Sandec, Switzerland, 2012

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Presentation at 16th African Water Association's (AfWA's) Water and Sanitation Congress in Marrakech, Morocco, 22 February 2012 …

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AlJazeeraEnglish: NGO SOIL's Eco Toilets in Haiti (UDDTs), 2012

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This video shows how an innovative toilet-to-garden process is turning waste into resources in Haiti's camps for the internally-displaced after the earthquake 2010. The video is especially interesting since quite a few …

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Session 8 Panel Discussion: "Sustainable sanitation and the role of hygiene in the value chain", 2012

Length: 13:34

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Panel Discussion at: 4th African Water Week (AWW) …

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Lorenz, S.: Launch of checklist - Improving Effectiveness of German Development Cooperation in the Water and Sanitation Sector in sub-Saharan Africa, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, BMZ, Germany, 2012

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Presents the check-list which encourages important changes in German Development Cooperation in sub-Saharan Africa that will contribute to realisation of the human right to water and sanitation, and achievement of the …

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Holtkotte, A.: Water Supply and Sanitation in Low-Income Areas of Kampala, Uganda, KfW German Development Bank, Germany, 2012

Length: 21:57

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This presentation by Andreas Holtkotte (KfW, Germany) presents an example of how the idea of the Check-list and pro-poor technology in peri-urban areas of the BMZ is being implemented by the KfW in Kampala, Uganda. …

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Moma, L.: Menstrual Hygiene Management in Africa, Water Aid, South Africa, 2012

Length: 21:02

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This presentation addressed the issue of menstruation hygiene management which in the past has not received the need attention in the circles of sanitation and hygiene. The presenter touched on myths and cultural taboos …

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Rainey, R.: Promoting Improved Sanitation and Hygiene: Beyond Infrastructure, USAID, USA, 2012

Length: 11:00

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The presentation contains examples from USAID's Hygiene Improvement Project between 2004-10 in Ethiopia and Madagascar. It elaborates the investments (both in hardware and services) that need to be made to improve access …

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Koné, D.: Reinventing the Toilet - Building the sanitation industry along the value chain, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, USA, 2012

Length: 14:51

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Building technology which makes access to toilets and sanitation services affordable. Focus of the presentation is on two fundamental sanitation challenges: 1)reinventing or improving onsite sanitation and 2)making …

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Rosemarin, A.: Sanitation Systems and their Functionality in Health Protection, Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden, 2012

Length: 14:58

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This presentation explains the meaning of sanitation and hygiene using the value chain approach to determine its repercussions for human health. It talks about issues such as safe collection, storage, treatment and …

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Gill, S.: Diarrhoea Dialogues: From Policies to Progress, Tearfund, UK, 2012

Length: 14:08

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Diarrhoea is one of the leading causes of death in sub-Saharan Africa with about 88% of cases related to poor water, sanitation and hygiene causes. It presents the results of the study from three SSA countries (Mali, …

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SuSanA: Emergency Sanitation Workshop in Delft, The Netherlands, 2012

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Teaser interview with J. Heeger from WASTE (lead of SuSanA WG 8 on Emergency Sanitation) for the emergency sanitation workshop documentation (link provided below). …

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Wakui, J.: Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement in Rural Areas of Tambacounda, Kedougou and Matam - JICA's new technical cooperation project in Senegal, JICA, Japan, 2012

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In this presentation, Junji Wakui introduces the work of JICA in the water supply and sanitation sector and its specific strategy for sanitation and hygiene promotion in rural areas in Senegal. The projects developed in …

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von Muench, E.: Launch of SuSanA publication: Compilation of 13 factsheets on key sustainable sanitation topics, GIZ, Germany, 2012

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Elisabeth von Münch presents the outputs and highlights the key messages of the 11 SuSanA working groups that culminated in the published compilation of the 13 factsheets. This collaborative work, produced over 4 years, …

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Spuhler, D.: The SuSanA Working Group on capacity development; key messages and example of a WG 1 product, seecon, Switzerland, 2012

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The presentation is divided into two sections, one introducing the work developed by SuSanA’s Working Group 1 and the other providing examples of its outcomes. In the first part, Dorothee Spuhler presents the working …

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Heeb, J.: cewas: strengthening the business skills of SMEs and other organisations active in the field of sustainable sanitation and water management, cewas, Switzerland, 2012

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In this presentation, Johannes Heeb introduces the work developed by cewas, the Swiss-based centre of competence in sustainable sanitation and water resource management. The centre combines advanced education and support …

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Tandi, N.: Promoting the understanding of integrated water resources management at various levels through a network approach, Cap-Net, South Africa, 2012

Length: 14:01

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In this presentation, Nick Tandi discuss some of experiences on the network approach and its importance to capacity building activities. The presenter discards the idea of an ideal network and points out the diversity of …

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Groosjohan, B.: Bridging the gaps within academia from different disciplines and the private sector, AskNet, Mozambique; Advisor of Rectorate, University Eduardo Mondlane, 2012

Length: 22:20

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The first twelve minutes of the video comprises the presentation of the work carried by AskNet, a network of academic and professionals in Africa aiming to mainstream and up-scale sustainable sanitation. Bernard …

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SuSanA Side event on capacity development - Presentation of results from group work, 2012

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A representative from each working group made statements regarding one of the three guiding questions below (one guiding question per group): …

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Bastola, R.: Madeleine Fogde on, 2010

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Madeleine Fogde, programme director, EcoSanRes programme of Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) highlights the importance of capacity building for sustainable sanitation. She speaks with Rabin Bastola on how SEI is …

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Sudo, K.: Updates from JICA's rural sanitation project in Senegal, JICA, Japan, 2012

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This presentation shares the updates and challenges of JICA’s project in Senegal, after 5 months of implementation. The project was presented previously at the 15th SuSanA Meeting in Cairo and it is the first project …

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