Agenda for Change members at Stockholm World Water Week

Agenda for Change members at Stockholm World Water Week

Agenda for Change members at Stockholm World Water Week 1000 750 Agenda for Change

Join sessions that feature Agenda for Change members to learn more about their work strengthening WASH systems!

Sunday 25 August
Time / RoomSession titleConveners (Agenda for Change member in bold)
09.00-10.30
Room: L9
Including all: participatory approaches in water governance and programmesBRAC / Development Organisation for the Rural Poor / IRC / Kenya Water and Health Organization / Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Netherlands / Rural Water Supply Network / Simavi / Stockholm International Water Institute / Water Services Regulatory Board Kenya / Wetlands International
09.00-10.30
Room: M5
Shared and public toilets: equitable access everywhereDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit / Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany / Global Communities / The World Bank Group / University of Leeds / Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor / WaterAid / World Health Organization
11.00-12.30
Room: M2
Sanitation guidelines and sanitation workers: improving health, safety and dignityBill & Melinda Gates Foundation / International Labour Organization / SNV / The World Bank Group / WaterAid / World Health Organization
11.00-12.30
Room: M5
What Do Underserved Water Consumers Really Want?Conrad N. Hilton Foundation / Jibu / Osprey Foundation / Safe Water Network / Water4
12.00-16.00
Radisson Blu
Agenda for Change Steering Committee Annual Strategic Meeting (closed)All Steering Committee representatives
16.00-17.30
Room: M2
Getting the foundations right for sustainable and pro-poor financial solutionsDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit / IRC / The World Bank Group / Water.org
16.00-17.30
Room: M6
Mobilising national and local governments for human rights to WASHDevelopment Organisation for the Rural Poor / End Water Poverty / Government of Serbia / Institute of Public Health of Serbia / Mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the Human Right to Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation / Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, France / Rural Water Supply Network / Simavi / SNV / United Nations Economic Commission for Europe / University of Technology Sydney / WASH United / WaterAid / World Health Organization
14.00-15.30
Room: M4
Missing billion: What is needed for disability inclusive WASHAmplify Change / Human Rights of Women and Girls with Disabilities Uganda / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency / The World Bank Group / United Nations Children’s Fund / WaterAid
16.00-17.30
Room: M4
Social Art for Behaviour Change: Contributing towards achievement of SDG6FEMSA Foundation / Inter-American Development Bank / One Drop / The Coca-Cola Foundation

(Water For People’s work in Guatemala will be highlighted)

All dayPhoto exhibition: The Water Effect
Upper circle interior: between main entrance and event floor entrance
WaterAid and H&M Foundation
Monday 26 August
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Agenda for Change member in bold)
08.00-10.00Agenda for Change Breakfast: Evidence of Stronger Systems (invitation only)All members + guests
10:00-noonSystems strengthening community of practice learning & sharing event (tentative)Agenda for Change + MWA plus others TBD
14.00-15.30
Room: L12
Addressing the elephant in the room: Accountability for SDG6AquaFed / Freshwater Action Network / IRC / Sanitation and Water for All / United Nations Children’s Fund / United States Agency for International Development
16.00-17.30
Room: L9
CSO, change makers and allies with government in reaching SDG6African Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation / Coalition Eau / End Water Poverty / Fresh Action Network Mexico / Freshwater Action Network South Asia / Government of the Netherlands / IRC / SaciWATERs / Sanitation and Water for All / Simavi / Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council
16.00-17.30
Room: M4
Do No Harm, reaffirming principles and practices in WASHDFAT Water for Women Fund / International Womens Development Agency / SNV / Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council / WaterAid
All dayPhoto exhibition: The Water Effect
Upper circle interior: between main entrance and event floor entrance
WaterAid and H&M Foundation
Tuesday 27 August
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
09.00-10.30
Room: M3
Small Towns Sanitation” Episode 3: reaching viable services for all?Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit / i-San Associates / Programme Solidarité Eau / Sandec at Eawag / Sustainable Sanitation Alliance / The World Bank Group / WaterAid
09.00-10.30 Room: L9Tapping into the future: Universal access to sanitationAgua y Saneamientos Argentinos / Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association / CAF – Development Bank of Latin America / Inter-American Development Bank / International Water Association / Latin American Association of Water and Sanitation Utilities / United Nations University – Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources / Water For People
11.00-12.30
Room: L9
Remote WASH: Quality and lasting services for rural communitiesCentre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology / Inter-American Development Bank / One Drop / PepsiCo Foundation / Spanish Cooperation Agency for International Development / Water For People
11.00-11.45
Room: M1
Women in Water: Modernizing Utilities through Inclusive ApproachesGlobal Water Partnership / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency / The World Bank Group / United States Agency for International Development / WaterAid
11.00-12.30
Room: M4
A WASH-Nutrition Reality Check – Perspectives and a Pakistan caseAction contre la faim / Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit / Global Handwashing Partnership / Max Foundation / Multi Sectoral Action for Nutrition / Sanitation and Water for All / Scaling Up Nutrition Movement / Sustainable Sanitation Alliance / The German WASH Network / The World Bank Group / United Nations Children’s Fund / WaterAid / World Health Organization
14.00-15.30
Room: M5
Are WASH services climate ready? Vulnerability assessment and adaptation options.Department for International Development UK / Global Water Partnership / Programme Solidarité Eau / WaterAid / World Health Organization
16.00-16.30
Room: TBD
Strong water and sanitation systems need strong governmentIRC
16.00-17.30
Room: M5
MHM: Health and dignity for allColumbia University / IRC / London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine / The Case for Her / The German WASH Network / United Nations Children’s Fund / United States Agency for International Development / WASH United / Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council / WaterAid
16.00-17.30
Room: L11
Monitoring public financial flows and influencing pro-poor budgetsCentre for Budget and Governance Accountability / Development Organisation for the Rural Poor / IRC / Rural Water Supply Network / Simavi / Water Integrity Network
16.00-17.30
Room: L10
What opportunities for WASH at EU level?European Commission / WaterAid
All dayPhoto exhibition: The Water Effect
Upper circle interior: between main entrance and event floor entrance
WaterAid and H&M Foundation
Wednesday 28 August
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
09.00-09.30
Room: TBD
How can improving water, sanitation and hygiene benefit businessDiageo / GAP Inc. / HSBC / Unilever / WaterAid
09.00-10.30 Room: L9Unlocking finance for “leaving no one behind” in the AmericasFEMSA Foundation / Inter-American Development Bank / Water For People / Water.org / World Resources Institute
14.00-15.30
Room: M4
Performance financing for reliable last mile rural water accessDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit / FundiFix / University of Oxford / Vergnet Hydro / Water for Good / Water Mission / Whave
14.00-15.30
Room: M1
The Power of Catalyzing Women’s Leadership to Advance WASH AdoptionCARE India / GAP Inc. / Institute for Sustainable Communities / United States Agency for International Development / Water.org / WaterAid
16.00-17.30
Room: L11
Strategic Approaches to Integrating and Measuring Gender DimensionsBill & Melinda Gates Foundation / Biomass Controls / Duke University / Emory University / Stockholm Environment Institute / University of Cranfield / University of Technology Sydney / WaterAid
16.00-17.30
Room: M4
Outside our comfort zone: cross-sector integration for inclusive WASHSimavi / SNV / WaterAid
16.00-17.30
Room: L9
Urban water resiliency: a coordinated response from source to settlementConrad N. Hilton Foundation / Department for International Development UK / RAIN: The Replenish Africa Initiative / The Nature Conservancy / Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor / Water For People
Evening
Room: TBD
Photo exhibition/drinks receptionWaterAid
All dayPhoto exhibition: The Water Effect
Upper circle interior: between main entrance and event floor entrance
WaterAid and H&M Foundation
Thursday 29 August
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
09.00-10.30
Room: M6
Towards inclusive water and sanitation –Integrating ecosystem and watershed managementAguaTuya / Conservation International / HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation / Stockholm Environment Institute / Sustainable Sanitation Alliance / UNDP-SIWI Water Governance Facility / Water For People
11.00-12.30
Room: L12
Innovation: Business as unusual. 21st century: grey, green or in-between?Inter-American Development Bank / International Water Association / Microsoft / Stockholm International Water Institute / Water Foundry;

Panel Moderator: Eleanor Allen, CEO at Water For People

14.00-15.30
Room: L12
Innovation: Business as unusual. The pitch: accelerating innovationInter-American Development Bank / International Water Association / Microsoft / Stockholm International Water Institute / Water Foundry;

Judge: Eleanor Allen, CEO at Water For People

16.00-16.45 Room: M1Accountability for Water: how to put the last firstEnd Water Poverty / Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil Societies Network / Oxfam / Water Integrity Network / Water Witness International / WaterAid
16.00-17.30
Room: L10
Subsidies, fees, and funding blends that leave no one behindDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit / Osprey Foundation / Safe Water Network / The World Bank Group
16.00-17.30
Room: M5
Container Based Sanitation: affordable and innovative services for allClean Team Ghana / Container Based Sanitation Alliance / EY / Loowatt / Osprey Foundation / Sanergy / Sanivation / SOIL / Stone Family Foundation / University of Leeds / University of Oregon / Vitol Foundation / x-runner
16.00-17.30
Room: M6
Power of Self-Assessment – Triggering Action for WASH in SchoolsBremen Overseas Research and Development Association / Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit / Development Organisation for the Rural Poor / German Toilet Organization / Health through Water and Sanitation / Save the Children / Simavi / Sustainable Sanitation Alliance / Swiss Water and Sanitation Consortium / Terre des Hommes / The German WASH Network / Water Integrity Network / Welthungerhilfe / Women Engage for a Common Future
All dayPhoto exhibition: The Water Effect
Upper circle interior: between main entrance and event floor entrance
WaterAid and H&M Foundation