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12th SuSanA meeting, Stockholm

September 2010 | Sweden

The 12th SuSanA meeting was held in Stockholm on 4 September 2010 prior to the Stockholm World Water Week. Presentations from the meeting and photos are shown in the article. More details can be found on, where we posted tweets live from the event.

The meeting was hosted by Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI). We would like to thank all presenters, participants and organisers for a very interesting and stimulating meeting!

Impressions of the meeting

 Photos of the 12th SuSanA meeting in Stockholm. Slide show in a new window.
 Voices from the 12th SuSanA meeting in Stockholm  Photos of the meeting

Minutes, evaluation and agenda of the meeting

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Friday, 3 September - Working group meetings

Presentation on Practical guideline on the use of urine in crop production
Ànna Richert, SEI - EcoSanRes, Sweden

Development of the Philippines Urine Guidelines
Robert Gensch, Xavier University, Philippines

Saturday, 4 September - Session 1

Introduction to SuSanA
Darren Saywell, IWA, the Netherlands

The virtual SuSanA
Elisabeth von Münch, GTZ, Germany

The Sanitation Ladder - a need for a revamp?
Jennifer McConville, SEI, Sweden

Saturday, 4 September - Session 2 - Working group meetings

Working group 1 - capacity development
WG 01 - Capacity building for sustainable sanitation
Online source book called Sustainable Sanitation for the 21st century
Jan Olof Drangert, Linköping University, Sweden

WG 01 - Achievements and importance of knowledge nodes
Madeleine Fogde, SEI, Sweden

Working group 7 - community, rural and school sanitation
WG 07 - School Sanitation in EECCA countries
Claudia Wendland, WECF, Germany

Saturday, 4 September - Session 3 - Joint plenary

Updates from working groups:

Working group 11 - operation and maintenance of sustainable sanitation
WG 11 - Operation and Maintenance of sustainable sanitation
Günter Langergraber, BOKU University Vienna, Austria

Working group 10 - public awareness and sanitation marketing
WG 10 - Public awareness and sanitation marketing (Video)
Jack Sim, WTO, Singapore

Working group 8 - sustainable sanitation in emergency and reconstruction situations
WG 8 - Progress update and the resilient sanitation service chain
Ase Johannessen, WSMART, University of Lille, France

Working group 5 - food security and productive sanitation systems
WG 5 - Food Security - Practical guidance on the use of urine in crop production
Robert Gensch, Xavier University, Philippines

Working group 4 - sanitation systems, technology options, hygiene and health
WG 4 - Sustainable sanitation systems, technology options, hygiene and health
Thor Axel Stenström, SEI, Sweden

External input:

WASH-United in a nutshell
Kerubo Okioga, WASH United, Kenya

Saturday, 4 September - Session 4 - Joint Plenary

Updates from working groups:

Working group 6 - sustainable sanitation for cities and planning
WG 6 - Sustainable sanitation in cities
Jonathan Parkinson, IWA

Working group 3 - renewable energies, climate change and groundwater protection
WG 3a - Groundwater protection
Christian Rieck, GTZ, Germany

WG 3b - Renewable energies and climate change
Christian Rieck, GTZ, Germany

Working group 2 - costs and economics
WG 2 - Costs and economics of sustainable sanitation
Christian Rieck, GTZ, Germany

WG 2 - The costs an benefits of sanitation services in East Asia
Guy Hutton, WSP

Working group 1 - capacity development
The Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management Toolbox
The Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management Toolbox
SSWM Toolbox (additional information)
Dorothee Spuhler, seecon GmbH, Switzerland

The challenging knowledge gap
Madeleine Fodge, SEI, Sweden

Online source book called "Sustainable Sanitation for the 21st century"
Jan-Olof Drangert, University of Linköping / Vatema

Working group 7 - community, rural and school sanitation
Community, rural and school sustainable sanitation
Belinda Abraham, Consultant

External input:

Overview on CLTS
Kamal Kar, CLTS Foundation, India

WASH Knowledge Networks (WSSCC)
Ina Jurga, WSSCC, Switzerland

Saturday, 4 September - Session 5 - Joint Plenary

Introduction to "Sanitation and Water for all"
Piers Cross, SWA


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