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SEI: Fourth SEI Webinar with BMGF Sanitation Grantees, Nov 26, 2013 on Innovation in Toilet Designs and Waste Treatment Technologies (Part 2), 2013

Length: 52:46

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The topic of this webinar chat was "Innovation in Toilet Designs and Waste Treatment Technologies (Part 2)", and it was the fourth webinar in a series of webinars with the aim to give increased exposure to the BMGF …

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SEI: Webinar by SEI with sanitation grantees of the Gates Foundation, 7 Nov 2013 - Third expert chat, 2013

Length: 1:12:56

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The topic of this expert chat was "Innovative Sanitation Solutions for Urban Areas", and it was the third expert chat (webinar) in a series with the aim to give increased exposure to the BMGF research grants which are …

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SEI: Sanitation experts chat - Innovation in toilet designs and treatment technologies - Second expert chat, 2013

Length: 55:49

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The topic of this expert chat was "Innovation in toilet designs and treatment technologies", and it was the second expert chat in a series this year with the aim to give increased exposure to the BMGF research grants …

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SEI: Online expert chat by grantees of the BMGF on biogas sanitation research projects - First expert chat, 2013

Length: 1:08:58

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The topic of this expert chat was "Research projects involving anaerobic processes with biogas generation", and it was the first expert chat in a series this year with the aim to give increased exposure to the BMGF …

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GIZ-AGIRE: Approche multi barriere de l'OMS pour la reutilisation, 2013

Length: 22:26

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Dans l'objectif d'accompagner l'élaboration d'un Programme National d'Assainissement en Milieu Rural au Maroc (PNAR), un atelier d'échange a été réalisé les 4 et 5 Février 2013 à Rabat en Maroc. L'événement a …

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Second International Faecal Sludge Management Conference, Durban, South Africa, October 2012, SuSanA, 2012

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This is a link to a playlist on youtube containing all filmed presentations of the Second International Faecal Sludge Management Conference, Durban, South Africa, October 2012 …

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Biogas: a heap of gold..., GTZ, 1991

Length: 44:55

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How biogas harnesses the environment and raises living standards. Video from 1991 with explanations about biogas systems and examples taken from ten years of work of the biogas dissemination programme of German …

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Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Mosler: Evidence-based behaviour change within watsan projects - Talk 1 and Talk 2, EAWAG, 2012

Length: 20:45; 22:25

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Behaviour change is an important factor for the successful implementation of water and sanitation projects to reach better hygiene and health standards. However, very often we do not know what motivates people to behave …

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Stockholm Water Week 2012 Seminar: No Food and Nutrition Security without WASH, German WASH Network, WSP, 2012

Length: 12:38

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At the World Water Week in Stockholm, the world’s water experts meet every year to discuss the globe’s water and sanitation issues. The focus this year was the connection between “Water and Food Security”. …

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Rosemarin, A.: The success story of SuSanA: looking back over the past 5 years, SEI, Sweden, 2012

Length: 16:58

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Arno Rosemarin presents the success story of the SuSanA network. Triggered by the International Year of Sanitation, it was founded in 2007 in Eschborn and has gradually grown to include 191 partners, members from NGOs, …

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Saywell, D.: Post-2015 MDG monitoring: indicators and targets for sanitation, Plan International, USA, 2012

Length: 12:42

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The presentation briefly presents the MDG goals and identifies the targets and indicators for post-2015 monitoring in the context of plausible global goals. The strengths and weaknesses of the currently used targets and …

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Ngai, T.: Global review of capacity building organisations in water and sanitation, CAWST, Canada, 2012

Length: 11:05

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This presentation is held about a study from CAWST (Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology) – a new member of the SuSanA network. The study examined 72 networks of WASH organizations to find out about …

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Otoo, M.: 2012 World Water Prize winner IWMI: on why reuse is important, IWMI, Sri Lanka, 2012

Length: 11:02

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In her presentation, Miriam Otoo from IWMI (International Water Management Institute) talks about the importance of resource recovering reuse (RRR) in the sanitation sector based on the existing mismatch of “wasted …

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Simonetti, C.: Critical evaluation of ACRA's experience in Casamance Senegal, ACRA, Senegal, 2012

Length: 7:45

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This presentation introduces the work and WASH interventions of Acra in Senegal. One of the strategies to climb up the sanitation ladder is to back up CLTS interventions with construction of subsidized improved / …

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Carrard, N.: Making the Case for a Yellow Economy : Costing a urine diversion system, UTS, Australia, 2012

Length: 12:10

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This presentation brings the results of a two-year research realised by the Institute of Sustainable Futures of the University of Technology, Sidney in a peri-urban area in Vietnam. The research conducted in partnership …

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Angelino, A.: Peepoo toilets in flood emergencies in Sindh Pakistan and Kisumu Kenya, Peepoople, Sweden, 2012

Length: 12:46

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This presentation explores the experience of introducing Peepoo, the biodegradable self-sensitising bags, in refugee camps and emergency situations. For that, two cases are presented, one in Kenya, in collaboration with …

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SuSanA Friday meeting session wrap-up and concluding remarks by Nick Tandi, 2012

Length: 1:23

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Nick Tandi wraps-up the session highlighting the some opportunities for the sanitation sector, for instance capacity development in planning in order to increase efficiency in using resources, also for coordination …

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Tandi, N., Rosemarin, A., Gensch, R. and Dagerskog, L.: Feedback from sessions involving SuSanA partners at the Stockholm World Water Week, 2012

Length: 10:25

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This presentation brings short feedbacks of SuSanA partners that conducted activities at the World Water Week, namely Stockholm Environmental Institute (SEI), German Toilet Organization (GTO) and Cap-Net. The topics …

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Sudo, K.: Updates from JICA's rural sanitation project in Senegal, JICA, Japan, 2012

Length: 11:26

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This presentation shares the updates and challenges of JICA’s project in Senegal, after 5 months of implementation. The project was presented previously at the 15th SuSanA Meeting in Cairo and it is the first project …

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Bastola, R.: Madeleine Fogde on, 2010

Length: 8:09

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Madeleine Fogde, programme director, EcoSanRes programme of Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) highlights the importance of capacity building for sustainable sanitation. She speaks with Rabin Bastola on how SEI is …

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SuSanA Side event on capacity development - Presentation of results from group work, 2012

Length: 5:38

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A representative from each working group made statements regarding one of the three guiding questions below (one guiding question per group): …

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Groosjohan, B.: Bridging the gaps within academia from different disciplines and the private sector, AskNet, Mozambique; Advisor of Rectorate, University Eduardo Mondlane, 2012

Length: 22:20

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The first twelve minutes of the video comprises the presentation of the work carried by AskNet, a network of academic and professionals in Africa aiming to mainstream and up-scale sustainable sanitation. Bernard …

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Tandi, N.: Promoting the understanding of integrated water resources management at various levels through a network approach, Cap-Net, South Africa, 2012

Length: 14:01

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In this presentation, Nick Tandi discuss some of experiences on the network approach and its importance to capacity building activities. The presenter discards the idea of an ideal network and points out the diversity of …

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Heeb, J.: cewas: strengthening the business skills of SMEs and other organisations active in the field of sustainable sanitation and water management, cewas, Switzerland, 2012

Length: 10:05

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In this presentation, Johannes Heeb introduces the work developed by cewas, the Swiss-based centre of competence in sustainable sanitation and water resource management. The centre combines advanced education and support …

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Spuhler, D.: The SuSanA Working Group on capacity development; key messages and example of a WG 1 product, seecon, Switzerland, 2012

Length: 15:17

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The presentation is divided into two sections, one introducing the work developed by SuSanA’s Working Group 1 and the other providing examples of its outcomes. In the first part, Dorothee Spuhler presents the working …

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von Muench, E.: Launch of SuSanA publication: Compilation of 13 factsheets on key sustainable sanitation topics, GIZ, Germany, 2012

Length: 12:21

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Elisabeth von Münch presents the outputs and highlights the key messages of the 11 SuSanA working groups that culminated in the published compilation of the 13 factsheets. This collaborative work, produced over 4 years, …

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Wakui, J.: Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement in Rural Areas of Tambacounda, Kedougou and Matam - JICA's new technical cooperation project in Senegal, JICA, Japan, 2012

Length: 13:28

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In this presentation, Junji Wakui introduces the work of JICA in the water supply and sanitation sector and its specific strategy for sanitation and hygiene promotion in rural areas in Senegal. The projects developed in …

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SuSanA: Emergency Sanitation Workshop in Delft, The Netherlands, 2012

Length: 2:45

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Teaser interview with J. Heeger from WASTE (lead of SuSanA WG 8 on Emergency Sanitation) for the emergency sanitation workshop documentation (link provided below). …

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Gill, S.: Diarrhoea Dialogues: From Policies to Progress, Tearfund, UK, 2012

Length: 14:08

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Diarrhoea is one of the leading causes of death in sub-Saharan Africa with about 88% of cases related to poor water, sanitation and hygiene causes. It presents the results of the study from three SSA countries (Mali, …

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Rosemarin, A.: Sanitation Systems and their Functionality in Health Protection, Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden, 2012

Length: 14:58

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This presentation explains the meaning of sanitation and hygiene using the value chain approach to determine its repercussions for human health. It talks about issues such as safe collection, storage, treatment and …

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