Agenda for Change members at the 2021 World Water Week at Home

Agenda for Change members at the 2021 World Water Week at Home

Agenda for Change members at the 2021 World Water Week at Home 745 559 Agenda for Change

Join sessions that feature Agenda for Change members to learn more about their work strengthening WASH systems during World Water Week 2021. The sessions will be held digitally from August 23-27, click here to get information on how to join the events.

All times are in CEST.

Monday 23 August
Time Session titleConveners (Agenda for Change member in bold)
18:00-09:00Self-supply’s potential for increased resilience and water securityAsk for Water GmbH | International Water Management Institute | Institute for Development Impact | IRC | MetaMeta | Rural Water Supply Network | SKAT Foundation | SMART Centre Group | University of Technology Sydney | WaterAid
10:00–11:25Evaluating gender and social equality in WASHColumbia University | Institude for Sustainable Futures | University of Technology Sydney | Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | Stockholm Environment Institude | University College London | WaterAid
13:00–14:00

Will the WASH response to COVID-19 strengthen supply chain resilience?

Unilever | WaterAid | World Business Council for Sustainable Development | Xylem
18:00–19:00

Water for food, nutrition and health: global direction for no-one

CAF – Development Bank of Latin America | Catholic Relief Services | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | Michigan State University | Stockholm International Water Institute
18:00–19:25

One billion voices for inclusive and climate resilient WASH

HelpAge | Human Rights of Women and Girls with Disabilities Uganda | International Disability Alliance | Organisations of Persons with Disabilities | Special Olympics | Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency | United Nations Children’s Fund | WaterAid | World Bank Group
21:00–22:00

Reimagining the Future of Hand Hygiene

FHI 360 | Global Handwashing Partnership | London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine | United Nations Children’s Fund | United States Agency for International Development | WaterAid
22:00–23:00

Building resilience by challenging social norms: Fostering gender-transformative WASH programming

African Minister’s Council on Water | African Water Association | African Women Sanitation Professional Network | Deutsche Gesellschaft für Zusammenarbeit GmbH | Faecal Sludge Management Alliance | FINISH Mondial | National Water Supply and Sanitation Council | USAID’s Water, Sanitation, and Hygene Finance | WaterAid | Women in Water and Sanitation Network | World Bank Group
22:00–23:00

Can you teach an old dog new tricks? Unpacking finance

IRC | United Nations Children’s Funds | Water.org
Tuesday 24 August
Time Session TitleConveners (Member in bold)
13:00–14:00Climate Finance for WASH: Reaching those most in needForeign Commonwealth & Development Office UK | Sanitation and Water for All | United Nations Children’s Fund | WaterAid
17:00–18:00Resilient Communities in the Face of Pandemics and Climate ChangeCAF – Development Bank of Latin America | Inter-American Development Bank | IRC | One Drop | Water For People | Water.org
17:00–19:30Advocacy in Africa: Tools for Integrating WASH-Conservation in local agendasAfrica Biodiversity Collaborative Group | Conservation International | IRC | United States Agency for International Development
19:00–20:00Climate and water quality: building resilience through water safety planningUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | University of Oxford | WaterAid
21:00–22:00Successful experiences in community-led sanitation for ending fecal contaminationHELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation | United Nations Children’s Fund
21:00–22:00Voices from the field. How water intervention changes food, nutrition…CAF – Development Bank of Latin America | Catholic Relief Services | Food and Agriculture Organizations of the United Nations | Michigan State University | Stockholm International Water Institute
Wednesday 25 August
Time Session TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
07:00–08:005-years on: WASH4Work Business Leadership & Setting the Next AgendaAbercrombie & Fitch | Alliance for Water Stewardship | Anheuser-Busch InBev | Asia Pulp and Paper | Banka BioLoo Limited | Bayer AG | BHP | Braskem | Cargill Inc | Colgate Palmolive Co. | Danone | Diageo | GAP Inc. | Global Poverty Project | International Labour Organization | Levi Strauss & Co | Microsoft | Nestlé | Nike | PepsiCo | Sanitation and Water for All | Sasol | SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions | The CEO Water Mandate | The Coca-Cola Company | Toilet Board Coalition | UN Global Compact – Spanish Network | Unilever | United Nations Children’s Fund | WASH4Work | Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor | Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council | WaterAid | World Business Council for Sustainable Development
13:00–14:00

Azure: Blended finance for small scale operators. Young professionals perspective

Agua para el Pueblo Azure S.A. | Azure Source Capita | BID Lab | Catholic Relief Services
17:00–18:25

Action to enable multiple benefits of water for food & health

CAF – Development Bank of Latin America | Catholic Relief Services | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | Michigan State University | Stockholm International Water Institute
18:00–19:00Business Case for Building Community Resilience in Corporate Value ChainsCARE | GAP Inc. | Institute for Sustainable Communities | United States Agency for International Development | Water.org | WaterAid
18:00–19:25How sustainability compacts contribute to institutional sustainabilityAmref Health Africa | Government of the Netherlands | IRC | Plan International | Simavi | SNV Netherlands Development Organisation | WASH Alliance International | WASH SDG Consortium
19:00–20:00Intersectoral cooperation: a catalyst for climate resilience and SDG6 accelerationUNDP-SIWI Water Governance Facility | United Nations Children’s Fund | University of Oxford | WaterAid
22:00–22:30Create change: multi-sector partnerships, resilient landscapes, Race to ZeroCentre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology | Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH | European Union | United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change | Water For People | Water UK | WaterAid
Thursday 26 August
Time Session TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
08:00–09:00Intersectoral cooperation: a catalyst for climate resilience and SDG6 accelerationUNDP-SIWI Water Governance Facility | United Nations Children’s Fund | University of Oxford | WaterAid
10:00–11:00How might we prevent vulnerable groups from being left behind?Centre for microFinance | One Drop | Water For People | WaterAid
10:30–11:55How accountability is accelerating progress on SDG6African Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation | Institute for Sustainable Futures | University of Technology Sydney | IRC | Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil Society Network | Partnership for African Social and Governance Research | Sanitation and Water for All | Water Witness International
14:00–15:00Self-supply’s potential for increased resilience and water securityAsk for Water GmbH | International Water Management Institute | MetaMeta | Rural Water Supply Network | SKAT Foundation | SMART Centre Group | University of Technology Sydney | WaterAid
14:30–15:00Create change: micro-learning, water filtration, quantifying emissionsCatalan Institute for Water Research | Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology | Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH | Easy Water for Everyone | Water For People | WaterAid
17:00–19:30Result-based financing: Addressing bottlenecks and unlocking finance for WASHACTIAM | Amref Health Africa | Aqua for All | Government of the Netherlands | WASTE | Water For People
18:00–19:00Conservation in WASH Systems: Collaborating on Source Water ProtectionTetra Tech Inc. | The Center for Water Security and Cooperation | The Nature Conservancy | Water For People | World Wide Fund for Nature
18:00–19:00Strengthening systems without silos: Structuring partnerships for collective actionEnvironmental Incentives | IRC | Tetra Tech Inc. | United States Agency for International Development | University of Colorado
19:00–20:00Putting People First: Citizen-Centric Climate Adaptation and Mitigation in WaterGovernment of the Netherlands | International Union for Conservation of Nature | Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency | WaterAid | World Bank Group
19:00–20:00Resiliency of Small Water Enterprises in Response to COVID-19Safe Water Network | Water for Good | Water Mission | Water4 | World Bank Group
Friday 27 August
Time Session TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
10:00–11:00

Betting on complementarity to achieve universal access to safe water

1001 Fontaines | GRET | Khmer Water Supply Holding | The Stone Family Foundation | WaterAid
11:00–12:00Integrity for Inclusive Urban SanitationAguaconsult | Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation | Eastern and Southern Africa Water and Sanitation Regulators Association | Water Integrity Network
13:00–14:25Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: How far have we come?Asian Development Bank | Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation | Emory University | Sandec at Eawag | United Nations Children’s Fund | University of Leeds | Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor | WaterAid | World Bank Group
13:00–14:25People, systems and change: using master plans to achieve SDG6Conrad N. Hilton Foundation | IRC | Millennium Water Alliance | Water For People
13:00–14:25

Priority-setting, commitments and accountability: keys to better water governance?

IRC | Sanitation and Water for All | Stockholm Environment Institute | Stockholm International Water Institute | United Nations Children’s Fund | University of Technology Sydney
14:30–15:55Strengthening water governance for resilient communitiesConservation International | HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation | IRC
17:00–18:00

Supporting resilient communities through WASH and energy services in healthcare

Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office UK | Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency | United Nations Children’s Fund | WaterAid | World Health Organization
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