The event gets its name from the Shit Flow Diagram (SFD), which visually represents what happens to human excreta, tracing its journey across sanitation chain from containment to end-use. Globally, this advocacy tool has helped more than 100 cities in understanding the improvement required across their sanitation chains.
UPDATE: CSE Knowledge Conclave-SFD Week 2020 dated April 1-3, 2020 is now postponed to October 7-9, 2020
We are pleased to announce that under the aegis of School of Water and Waste (SWW), CSE in collaboration with GIZ, Water Research Commision (WRC), South Africa, WaterAid and University of Leeds are organising the second round of knowledge conclave titled SFD Week 2020 in the first week of October (7-9 October 2020). The conclave is supported by key international (SuSanA, IWA, FSMA), national sector players, central and state government agencies. This initiative is supported by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Following up on the deliberation of the first conclave (SFD Week 2019) the second knowledge conclave will focus on - “Regulation, technologies and business models for mainstreaming citywide sanitation and excreta Management - to take stock on the implementation and on- ground experience on non-sewered sanitation solution in the countries of south”.
For more information please visit the CSE website.
Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI)
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