Agenda for Change members at UNC Water and Health Conference

Agenda for Change members at UNC Water and Health Conference

Agenda for Change members at UNC Water and Health Conference 1280 730 Agenda for Change
Monday, October 7, 2019
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Agenda for Change member in bold)
8:30-10:00am
Dogwood
WASH Systems Strengthening in 6 African Countries: The Journey so FarIRC, Conrad N Hilton Foundation
8:30-10:00am
Bellflower
Are We on Track?” Using Evidence to Adapt WASH Programs for Sustainable, Inclusive OutcomesCARE, WaterAid, Water For People
10:30am-12:00pm
Dogwood
Rethinking Rural Sanitation: Equitable, Flexible and Adaptive Rural Sanitation Programmes at ScaleWorld Bank, UNICEF, WaterAid, Plan International
10:30am-12:00pm
Redbud
Existing Evidence on WASH for Nutrition: Implications for Programming and Policy. Where to now?WaterAid, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Bank
10:30am-12:00pm
Mountain Laurel
Getting Traction with Collective Action: Energizing and Empowering Local Systems for WASH ServicesUSAID, University of Colorado Boulder (UCB), Tetra Tech, IRC, Millennium Water Alliance, Hilton Foundation
2:30pm
Bellflower
National Advocacy for Menstrual Hygiene Management in Uganda – Policy Achievements and the Role of GovernmentMulumba Jane Nabunnya, IRC
6:00-8:00pm
TBD
Agenda for Change & Millennium Water Alliance WASH Systems receptionAll members plus new members to be announced!
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Time / RoomSession TitlePanelists/Conveners (Member in Bold)
8:30–10:00am
Windflower
You Talk a Big (Systems Change) Talk… Now Measure ItWater For People, Environmental Incentives, Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership
8:30–10:00am
Sunflower
Using Prize Mechanism to Induce Public Private Partnership Financing of Sanitation: Lessons from GhanaIRC Ghana, Community Water and Sanitation Agency Ghana, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, IMC Worldwide
1:00pm
Plenary
Breaking Up is Hard to Do – Planning an Exit StrategyClarissa Brocklehurst – The Water Institute at UNC
Eleanor Allen –Water for People
Osei Assibey Antwi – Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly
Vida Duti – IRC Ghana
Stuart Kempster – WaterAid
Patrick Moriarty – IRC

Peter Opwanya – Ugandan Ministry of Water and Environment
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
8:30-10:00am
Windflower
Professionalized Customer Support to Increase Quality, Accountability, Collaborative Practice, and Mobilize Popular Support for WASHIRC Ghana, Netcentric Campaigns, Asutifi North District Assembly, Conrad N.Hilton Foundation
10:30am-12:00pm
Dogwood
From Data to Decisions: Promoting Evidence-based Decision Making through External Investments in Country-led Monitoring

 

WaterAid
10:30am-12:00pm
Bellflower
Sanitation Workers: The Missing Link in the Sanitation ChainThe World Bank, WaterAid, ILO, WHO
10:30am-12:00pm
Azalea
De-bunking Myths About Market-based Approaches in ‘Difficult’ ContextsOxfam GB, Water for Good
4:00pm
Windflower
Capacity-building for Improved WASH Governance through Tracking and Analysis of Decentralised Budgets and Financial SystemsRuchika Shiva, IRC
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
8:30-10:00am
Redbud
Resilient WASH: A Strategy for Climate Change AdaptationWaterAid America
10:30am-12:00pm
Mountain Laurel
Gender Integration into WASH Programming – Not Just Numbers of WomenCARE, Emory, IRIS
Friday, October 11, 2019
Time / RoomSession TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
8:30-10:00am
Dogwood
Self-supply: Towards Affordable Water for All -Benefits, Concerns, and Case StudiesMercer University, MWA, IRC
8:30-10:00am
Bellflower
Making Agriculture Water-smart: Systems Change Approaches for Water and Food SecurityCARE
8:30-10:00am
Mountain Laurel
Training on One of the Five Commitments for Gender and WASH in EmergenciesCARE
10:30am-12:00pm
Dogwood
Self-supply: The Potential Role of SMART Centers as a Hub for Building Value Chains to Reach Those Being Left Behind with WaSHWaterAid
Posters
TitlePresenter (Member in Bold)
From Aspirations to Reality: Crunching the Numbers on Universal WASH ServicesAngela Huston, IRC
Using mWater for Faster Response to Fix Water Points Post Cyclone Idai in MalawiKelly Alexander, CARE
“Women Can Only Plant Onions” – Expanding the Role, Skills and Voice of Women FarmersKelly Alexander, CARE
Understanding Shared Latrine Use and Dynamics In Rural CambodiaChreay Pom, Rafael Catalla, Sina Nong
Causal Design, Plan International, WaterAid
The Challenges of Running Shared Toilets in a City with Lacking Systematic Faecal Sludge ManagementKamal Farah, CARE
Exemplary Leadership Promotes Community Sanitation, Improves Water Safety PlanningLydia Mirembe-Ssenyonjo, IRC