Published in: 2008
Women in Europe for a common future (WECF)
Buitenkamp, M., Stintzing, A. R.
As follow up of the high level European conference on January 29 in Brussels, the seminar “Europe’s Sanitation Problem” in the Stockholm World Water Week addressed the problem of more than 20 million European citizens who do not have access to safe sanitation. The women’s network “Women in Europe for a Common Future” organised this seminar in cooperation with Global Water Partnership Central and Eastern Europe, Coalition Clean Baltic, Hamburg University of Technology, Creative, Earth Forever and Euro Teleorman. The seminar drew attention to the fact that in European member states children are at risk of blue baby disease, hepatitis-A and gastrointestinal diseases due to unsafe sanitation.
Report of the World Water Week Seminar
Buitenkamp, M., Stintzing, A. R. (2008). Europe’s sanitation problem - 20 million Europeans need access to safe and affordable sanitation. Women in Europe for a common future (WECF)
English Europe, Caucasus & Central Asia Faeces or faecal sludge Urine Urine diversion dehydration toilets (UDDTs)
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