National Conference on Cost Effective Sustainable Sanitation – an Indian Experience, New Delhi, India, 28-30 June 2010

June 20, 2010 at 10:36 pm Leave a comment

Organised by: WAter, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Institute in collaboration with WES-Net India, SPHERE India, UNICEF, Water for People (WFP), Wherever the Needs (WTN) and Plan India

Objectives:

  • to share success stories and approaches in promoting sustainable sanitation in India
  • to define strategies to scale-up good practices

Topics:

  • Rural Sanitation
  • Urban Sanitation
  • Ecological Sanitation
  • School Sanitation
  • Solid and Liquid Waste Management
  • Sanitation in Emergency Relief
  • Sanitation Demand Creation through Effective Hygiene Promotion
  • Knowledge Management in Sanitation

Registration fee: Rs. 500/-

Contact:

  • WASH Institute, Email: secretariat@washinstitute.org, Phone: 91 4542 240881; Fax 91 4542 240882
  • R. K. Srinivasan, WES Advisor, Plan India, rk.srinivasan@plan-international.org, Phone: 09717690704

For full details go to the conference web site

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