BORDA Symposium - Integrated Management of Used Water and Sanitation - 10 and 11 November 2015 in Bremen, Germany

BORDA (2015)

 

Published in: 2015

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Bremen Overseas Research and Development (BORDA)

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The symposium responded to needs of action as identified during 2015’s World Water Forum 7 in South-Korea and 2015’s World Water Week in Stockholm. By linking actual experiences from implementation with innovative concepts of urban development, the symposium aimed

▶▶ to generate an input to the realization of respective SDGs and to the HABITAT III process (Quito/Ecuador, October 2016) on livable and inclusive cities,
▶▶ to identify key elements and practicalities for the establishment of used-water management schemes as integral part of a holistic approach of infrastructure development, and
▶▶ to support the further strengthening of the international community of practice.

Content - Summary

The symposium addressed the following topics:
▶▶ Policy challenges – how to translate water and especially sanitation related Sustainable Development Goals to implementation on local level
▶▶ Strategies to integrate the water cycle into urban development processes
▶▶ Roadmaps for progressive implementation« – creating favorable framework conditions and adequate administrative procedures for a push of infrastructure development on municipal level
▶▶ Good governance as a key for an effective and comprehensive management of water resources
▶▶ Challenges to translate innovative pilot activities of sanitation related community development into the mainstream of infrastructure development
▶▶ Innovative instruments as impact investment – reliable options for financing sanitation services on community Level Shared responsibilities between business, public sector and communities – experiences with water stewardship initiatives

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Bibliographic information

BORDA (2015). BORDA Symposium - Integrated Management of Used Water and Sanitation - 10 and 11 November 2015 in Bremen, Germany. Bremen Overseas Research and Development (BORDA)

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Welcome Note - Bremen State Secretary Ulrike Hiller

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Progressive implementation challenges, policy options, and instruments for creating inclusive and liveable cities for all - Stefan Reuter (BORDA)

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Transforming Informal Settlements towards more liveable urban spaces - Dr Graham Alabaster (UNHABITAT)

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How did the East Asian ‘Tigers’ deliver sanitation within a generation? Lessons for the SDGs - Henry Northover (WaterAid)

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Being strategic: holistic urban development - Dr. Christoph Luethi (EAWAG-SANDEC)

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Modern infrastructure for management of used water in Europe - a result of a progressive implementation process - Dipl.-Ing. Raimund Meyer (Umweltbetrieb Bremen)

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Citywide Sanitation Planning Insights from India, Bangladesh - B.R. Balachandran Consultant, BORDA & CDD Society

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Water and Sanitation Service Delivery using a Continuous Improvement Approach - Teddy Gounden (eThekwini)

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Infra-de-structuring Africa‘s urban revolution - Oliver Schetter (TU Berlin)

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How to make urban and sanitation planning work - Julien Gabert (GRET)

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Scaling-up small-scale sanitation in a disabling institutional and regulatory environment: Experiences from Egypt - Philippe Reymond (Eawag-Sandec)

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Integrated Management of Used Water in Neighborhoods of Leon/Nicaragua - Pedro Kramer (BORDA)

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The need for gender sensitive planning in sanitation: Why small differences can add huge values - Petra Kohler (Eawag-Sandec)

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Size: 1.5 MB

Decentralised Solidarity Financing for Access to Water and Sanitation for all - Christophe Le Jallé (pS‐Eau) & Cléo Lossouarn (SIAAP)

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Size: 3.08 MB

Establishing sustainable Operation & Maintenance and Monitoring & Evaluation schemes for Community Based Sanitation infrastructure: Experiences from Indonesia - Marina Brueckner (BORDA)

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Size: 1 MB

Key elements for establishing economically reliable operation models – a utility perspective - Christian Günner (Hamburg Wasser)

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Size: 1.75 MB

Targeting the missing middle – impact investment as a tool to finance basic needs services - Kajetan Hetzer (Social Equity Fund)

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Size: 0.98 MB

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