Agenda for Change at All Systems Go! Symposium

Agenda for Change at All Systems Go! Symposium

Agenda for Change at All Systems Go! Symposium 650 488 Agenda for Change

Agenda for Change is a collaborative response to the challenge of reaching sustainable service delivery as outlined in SDG 6. Member organizations apply approaches to build the systems that are necessary to achieve universal access to sustainable WASH services by 2030. Join our members’ sessions and learn more about their work strengthening WASH systems! Also, visit the Agenda for Change booth for informal chats with members.

1100 – 1200 Session GP1: How a series of sector reforms and revised planning approaches brings us to sustainable WASH systems (Convener: IRC)
1100 – 1200 Session SH1: Introduction to the overarching theme of sanitation systems thinking (Conveners: EAWAG/IRC)
1100 – 1200 Session M1: Beyond building blocks: identifying and monitoring dynamic drivers of functional WASH systems (Convener: WaterAid)
1100 – 1230 Session GP2: Understanding local needs and unlocking latent capacity (Convener: IRC)
1100 – 1230 Session FS1: Introduction of Fragile states theme (Convener: Oxfam UK/Water for Good)
1330 – 1500 Session M2: Understanding and assessing the WASH system in different contexts (Convener: IRC/UNICEF/ WSUP)
1330 – 1500 Session GP3: District level WASH planning and district-wide approach. What is a district investment (master) plan and how do you get there? (Conveners: Millennium Water Alliance/Agenda for Change/Conrad N Hilton Foundation)
1600 – 1700 Session SW3: Progress in Latin America and Asia: what drives service delivery improvements? (Conveners: Water For People/WaterAid/Avina Foundation)
1600 – 1700 Session FS2: Introduction of fragile states theme (Conveners: Oxfam UK/Water for Good)
1730 – 1830 Networking reception for Agenda for Change members and potential members (Motor Room, Fokker Terminal)

1030 – 1200 Session SH4: Strengthening WASH markets (Conveners: IRC/WaterSHED Cambodia/NIUA)
1030 – 1200 Session SW4: Innovations in rural water maintenance models (Convener: Aguaconsult)
1030 – 1230 Session GP5: Health systems: what we can learn, why we must strengthen them and how we can work with them (Conveners: WHO/UNICEF/WaterAid)
1030 – 1230 Session GP6: How to ensure systems leave no one behind? (Conveners: WaterAid/SDG Consortium/WASH United)
1330 – 1500 Session SW5: Realising the piped water dream (Convener: WaterAid)
1530 – 1630 Session FS4: Strengthening monitoring and information systems in fragile contexts (Conveners: IRC/Water for Good)
1530 – 1700 Session GP10: Political economy: understanding realities that underpin WASH, engaging with behaviour dynamics in systems (Conveners: Water For People/WaterAid)

1030 – 1200 Session SW7: Creating an enabling environment for better performing urban utilities (Conveners: IRC/IWA/World Waternet/AquaFed)
1330 – 1430 Session M7: Drivers, triggers and factors for success or failure in strengthening government-led monitoring (Convener: WaterAid)
1330 – 1600 Session F8: Using life-cycle costing data to support strategic planning and decision making (Presenters: Tupac Mejia/Water For People; John Butterworth/IRC Ethiopia; Ruchika Shiva/IRC)
1500 – 1600 Session GP14: National initiatives to strengthen local WASH systems: experiences from Rwanda and Honduras (Presenters: Martin Rivera/The PTPS initiative, Honduras; Fidele Nteziyaremye/National WASH Secretariat, Rwanda)
1500 – 1600 Session FS6: Closing the Fragile states theme (Conveners: Oxfam UK/Water for Good/Chemonics/WHH)

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