On the 1st day (Friday) a joint plenary took place focussing on the SuSanA vision documents and on bringing newcomers (about one third of the attendees) up to speed with the SuSanA process. On the 2nd day (Saturday) several working groups met in the morning. In the afternoon all working groups gave a brief presentation on their current state, first results and the way forward. The 3rd day (Sunday) focussed on communication aspects and the current and future structure of the SuSanA.
Agenda and minutes of the meeting
Towards more sustainable sanitation solutions – SuSanA Vision Document 1
by Roland Schertenleib, Eawag/Sandec
Pathways for Sustainable Sanitation in Achieving the MDGs
by Arno Rosemarin, EcoSanRes/SEI
Launch of the New Version of the World Sanitation Project Map
- Sanimap - www.sanimap.net by Noriko Yamaguchi, Japan Water Forum
IFAD financing initiatives in supporting Productive Sanitation Systems
"Mitigating the soaring prices for fertilizer to ensure global food security"
by Laurent Stravato, IFAD
Gender mainstreaming - a central sustainability component in sanitation
by Arno Rosmarin, EcoSanRes/SEI
Presentation working group 09: Sanitation as a business
by Jack Sim, World Toilet Organisation
Presentation working group 06: Sustainable Sanitation for Cities
by Arne Panesar, gtz ecosan
Presentation working group 05: Food security & productive sanitation systems
by Robert Holmer, Xavier University Cagayan de Oro/ Philippines
Presentation working group 04: Sustainable Sanitation Systems, Technology Options, Hygiene and Health"
by Chris Zurbrügg, Sandec / Eawag
Presentation on the Study "Financial and Economic Analysis of Ecological Sanitation in Sub-Saharan Africa"
per mail from Andreas Knapp, WSP