09.09.2013 - 31.08.2014
cewas is the international Training Centre for start-ups in the water, sanitation and resource management based in Willisau (Switzerland). The third cewas Start-Up programme is directed at graduates who want to start their own business in the emerging water sector. Within the one-year training programme which will be commencing in September 2013, young entrepreneurs-to-be are supported in the foundation of their business with advanced training modules, business coaching and consulting by international experts and an extensive international network.
03.02.2014 - 08.02.2014
Participa del lunes 3 al sábado 8 de febrero en el II Curso de Metodología Participativa SARAR en Tepoztlán, México, donde aprenderás sobre el uso de herramientas SARAR/PHAST para diagnóstico, planeación, seguimiento y evaluación participativa.
17.02.2014 - 20.02.2014
17.02.2014 - 20.02.2014
Unclogging the Blockages in Sanitation East and Southern Africa Action Exchange February 17-20, 2014, Kampala, Uganda
17.02.2014 - 20.04.2014
It is a seminal time for sanitation professionals to explore how to achieve better and faster results of public and private sector sanitation service delivery. Part of this is learning what others are doing and what they see and understand are the major barriers to move forward. Part is also seeing how is it possible to work better together in innovative ways that integrates community and market approaches and that branch across sectors and organizations.
24.03.2014 - 28.03.2014
31.08.2014 - 05.09.2014
Water and Energy - Making the Link
World Water Week is hosted and organised by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and takes place each year in Stockholm. The World Water Week has been the annual focal point for the globe's water issues since 1991. Every year, over 200 collaborating organisations convene events at the World Water Week. In addition, individuals from around the globe present their findings at the scientific workshops.
12th Specialised Conference on Small Water and Wastewater Systems & 4th Specialised Conference on Resource Oriented Sanitation
02.11.2014 - 04.11.2014
The small water and wastewater treatment plants that play an important role in the management of water quality in local areas are increasingly the subject of global attention. Small treatment applications are usually favoured by rural and small communities to treat their domestic and industrial effluents. Resource oriented sanitation concepts are a way forwards a more ecological sound sanitation. The variety of technological options exists so that most social and economic conditions are met.