Agenda for Change members at World Water Week at Home

Agenda for Change members at World Water Week at Home

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Join sessions that feature Agenda for Change members to learn more about their work strengthening WASH systems during World Water Week at Home.  All sessions are free and anyone can participate.

All times are in CEST.

Monday 24 August
Time Session titleConveners (Agenda for Change member in bold)
13:00-13:45Empowering Indian women to build community resilience in water-stressed regionswater governance and programmesCARE | GAP Inc. | Institute for Development Impact | | WaterAid
Tuesday 25 August
Time Session TitleConveners (Agenda for Change member in bold)
11:00-11:45Building Resilient WASH systems in Fragile Contexts: This Decade’s ChallengeConrad N. Hilton Foundation | IRC | Water For Good
11:45-12:45Whodunnit? Tracking down and learning from smooth financial & technical cooperation casesIRC | Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH | Sanitation and Water for All (SWA)

Note: this session is part of the Week on Water for Development virtual five-day conference, which takes place in collaborative partnership with SIWI.

12:00-12:45Convergence of sanitation and climate crises: Disruptive actions and solutionsSNV Netherlands Development Organisation | UK Department of International Development | United Nations Children’s Fund | University of Bristol | University of Leeds | University of Technology Sydney | Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council | WaterAid | World Health Organization
15:00-16:30Agenda for Change Steering Committee Meeting (closed)All Steering Committee representatives
15:00-16:30WASH Systems, Sustainability, and Resilience: Why do they matter?BORDA | Rural Water Supply Network | Sustainable Sanitation Alliance | Sustainable Services Initiative 
17:00-17:45In abundance of scarcity: securing water in times of droughtInter-American Development Bank | National Water Commission, Mexico | RTI International | Water For People | World Bank Group


WASH Systems, Sustainability, and Resilience: Why do they matter?Agenda for Change | Millennium Water Alliance | The Mortenson Center for Global Engineering
Wednesday 26 August
Time Session TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
06:00-07:30WASH Systems, Sustainability, and Resilience: Why do they matter?Australia Aid | WaterAid Australia | WaterSHED | Water for Women
12:00-12:45The invisible link: dignity, safety and health for sanitation workersBremen Overseas Research and Development Association | Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH | Faecal Sludge Management Alliance | International Labour Organization | SNV Netherlands Development Organisation |Sustainable Sanitation Alliance| Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor | WaterAid | World Bank Group | World Health Organization
16:00-16:45Progressive realization of the human rights to water and sanitationMandate of the Special Rapporteur on the Human Right to Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation | Stockholm International Water Institute | United Nations Children’s Fund | United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights | WASH United | WaterAid
Thursday 27 August
Time Session TitleConveners (Member in Bold)
11:00-11:45Seen and unseen stress on water resources in climate-vulnerable countriesInternational Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh | University of Oxford | University of Technology Sydney | University of Waterloo | Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor | WaterAid
14:00-14:45Switzerland: Blessing or Curse for Water in the World?Aqua4D | cewas | HEKS | HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation | Photrack AG | Skat Consulting Ltd | Swiss Toilet Organisation | Swiss Water Partnership
19:00-19:45All aboard? Water for inclusive health and food securityCatholic Relief Services | Development Bank of Latin America | Water For People
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