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WASH management for sustainable service delivery


Accountability and shared governance

Nozibele Mjoli
Make or break: accountability central to good sanitation governance
Prasetyastuti Puspowardoya Co-management: enabling community-based sanitation sustainability
Nughroho Tri Utomo & Declan Hearne
Social contracts: a tool for better governance of water services
Justino da Silva
Supporting communities in Timor-Leste to audit government water supply services
Session 1
Panel discussion: Q&A

Strengthening enabling environments

Henry Northover
How did the East Asian 'Tigers' deliver sanitation within a generation? Lessons for the SDGs
Virak Chan
Innovation and learning from behaviour change communication campaigns for rural sanitation in South East Asia
Gabrielle Halcrow
In pursuit of district-wide sanitation coverage: lessons from Bhutan, Cambodia and Nepal
Kumi Abeysuriya, Fany Wedahuditama, Joanne Chong and Juliet Willetts
Strengthening local government governance for long-term sanitation service delivery
Session 2 Panel discussion: Q&A

Data for equity and sustainability

Megan Ritchie
The dilemma of safe water service in rural Laos and Cambodia
Hanna Goorden & Clare Hanley
Inclusive data collection and analysis in WASH programs
Libbet Loughnan Representing women through existing data on water, sanitation and hygiene
Rifat Hossain Monitoring inequalities for attaining universal WASH access in the Pacific
Session 3 Panel discussion: Q&A

Building sector capacity

Melita Grant & Janina Murta
Effective communication for maximum impact: how do CSOs learn?
Justino da Silva
Professionalising community water management through associations in Timor-Leste
Annika Kearton
Community-based social learning for WASH in Suaghi Village, Solomon Islands
Muhammad Asim Saleem
Strategies to engage and influence government partners in Pakistan
Session 4 Panel discussion: Q&A


WASH business, financing & private sector


Governance and financial reform

Gustavo da Cruz & Martinus Nahak   Financing water system operations and maintenance: experiences from Timor-Leste
Herie Ferdian & Robertus Rio Putra Pathways to improving government resources for WASH
James Coucouvins & Andreas Suhono Water Hibah: A transformational funding mechanism for sub-national governments
Session 1 Panel discussion: Q&A

Local financing and subsidies: to subsidise or not to subsidise?

Jeff Albert The effect of OBA subsidies combined with sanitation marketing (SanMark) on latrine uptake among rural populations in Cambodia 
Raisa Chowdhury & Alicia May Targeted sanitation subsidies in a sanitation marketing context
Kalawati Pokharel Local financing key to improve service level in WASH
Tim Foster Predictors, patterns and implications of waterpoint financial performance in rural Kenya
Session 2 Panel discussion: Q&A 

Partnerships and the private sector

Stephen Saunders & Dani Barrington
Identifying and fostering WASH (business) enterprises in the Pacific
Naomi Carrard
Are poor households connecting? Private water enterprises in rural Viet Nam
Annika Kearton & Iva Koroisamanunu Community-based sanitation enterprise models in peri-urban and informal settlements in Melanesia
Session 3
Panel discussion: Q&A

Urban faecal sludge management

Rebecca Scott & Isabel Blackett
Faecal sludge management (FSM) in poor urban areas: evidence from five cities
Maria Carreiro
Regular desludging: a sustainable solution for faecal sludge management in Indonesia
Rafiul Islam
Public-private partnerships in urban sludge management service in Bangladesh
Session 4
Panel discussion: Q&A

Ensuring WASH for everyone


Disability and WASH

Heidi Michael Assistive technology and livelihoods (ATL) project
Pharozin Pheng The craft of collaboration: developing inclusive WASH guidelines in Cambodia
Sian White Making community-led total sanitation more inclusive
Tom Rankin & John McGown Low cost latrines for rural Timor-Leste

Urban poverty and WASH

Klaas Schwartz How equitable are pro-poor services?
Maria Rusca Water security in sub-urban spaces in the global south: the case of Lilongwe, Malawi
Srinivas Sridharan WASH in peri-urban informal settlements: access, sustained use and well-being
Jamie Myers Key considerations when using a CLTS approach in urban environments
Session 2 Panel discussion: Q&A 

Sustaining access to rural water supply

Almud Weitz
Improving sustainability of rural water service provision
Arjen Naafs
The past is the key to the future
Paul Hutchings The future of community management plus - perspectives on cost sharing from India
Susan Davis NGO-led support for rural water services
Session 3
Panel discussion: Q&A

Rural sanitation at scale

Robert Chambers
Provoking and informing collective sanitation behaviour change in Rural India
Megan Ritchie Toward total sanitation in Nepal: a framework for sustainable sanitation and hygiene services?
Edkarl Galing & Keryn Clark
The sustainability of rural water, sanitation and hygiene in Papua New Guinea
Andrés Hueso
Universal access to sanitation: blockages and priorities towards 2030
Session 4
Panel discussion: Q&A

Moving WASH beyond the household


WASH situations in communities and health facilities

Nicola Slavin & Sharon Manhire Healthy community assessment tool
Kate Shields Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and infection control in health care facilities (HCFs)
Mitsunori Odagiri WASH: Situation and challenges in institutions in Indonesia

Strengthening WASH practices in health facilities

Channa Sam Ol & Phan Sophary Water, sanitation and handwashing and waste management practices in health care facilities in Cambodia
Marisa Gallegos Five factors that drive cooperation, accountability, and sustainability for water interventions in healthcare facilities
Lindsay Denny Reprioritising WASH in the healthcare facility through IPC trainings
Session 2 Panel discussion: Q&A

Strengthening WASH practices in schools

Regina Souter Hygiene & sanitation behaviour change intervention for elementary schoolchildren in the Philippines
Sonia Yeung
Gender inclusion in school WASH projects in PNG
Declan Hearne Supporting evidence-based WASH in schools
Jed Dimaisip-Nabuab WASH in schools: is the education sector up to the task?
Session 3
Panel discussion: Q&A

Menstrual hygiene in schools

Chander Badloe, Devashish Dutta & Hyunjeong Lee
Supporting the rights of girls and women through Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in East Asia and the Pacific region
Alison McIntyre & Jess Davis Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Indonesia: Understanding practices, determinants, and impacts among adolescent school girls
Gabrielle Halcrow Girls in control: Analysis of a menstrual hygiene management approach at scale
Jane Nyaketcho
Improving access to menstrual hygiene management through public private partnerships
Session 4
Panel discussion: Q&A


Integrating hygiene to ensure health outcomes


Designing hygiene behaviour change programs

Celia McMichael & Priscilla Robinson Hygiene behaviour change in Nepal: Evidence of collective social change
John Collett Analysing implementation, successes and challenges to designing for behaviour change
Adam Biran Respect people: integrating handwashing promotion with CLTS in Nigeria
Edith Kamundi & Gail Pigolo Understanding infant faeces management practices in rural Papua New Guinea
Session 1 Panel discussion: Q&A

Practical programming in different contexts

Faruqe Hussain Small doable actions for safe disposal of infant and child faeces in rural Bangladesh
Nicola Slavin 'No Germs on Me' handwashing campaign
Om Prasad Guatam Hygiene and health integration: hygiene promotion through immunisation in Nepal
Session 2 Panel discussion: Q&A

Integrating WASH and nutrition

Sitaramachandra Machiraju Stretching the WASH dollars: WASH integration in mutli-sector programs
Channa Sam Ol
WASH and nutrition technical working group establishment
Heather Grieve Mutli-sector nutrition programming: A new approach in Timor-Leste
Session 3
Panel discussion: Q&A


WASH and Water Security


Community participation for local WRM and WASH security

Wade Hadwen Water management during climate-related disasters in rural Pacific Island communities
Louise Whiting From basins to boreholes: Integrating WRM into WASH programming
Moises Pereira Integrating community water resources management in Timor-Leste
Session 1 Panel discussion: Q&A

Water safety planning for local water security

Quy Hoa Nguyen Sustainable water supply through Water Safety Planning - a trial in Vietnam
Apolonia Barreto Community led water safety planning in rural Timor-Leste
David Sutherland Quality and impact of water safety plans in Asia Pacific region
Session 2 Panel discussion: Q&A

WASH and water security in a changing climate

Kate Shields Integrating climate change adaptation and WASH in the Pacific
Juliet Willets & Joanne Chong
Water security and the SDGs: Implications for WASH sector monitoring
Louise Whiting Climate finance for sustainable and pro-poor WASH services
Session 3
Panel discussion: Q&A

Integration beyond WASH: Monitoring, emergencies, and water quality

Ihsan Ullah Khan Critical analysis of Community Led Total Sanitation and its impact on groundwater and health hygiene
Bareerah Fatima
Water reservoirs and water borne diseases in urban areas
Erickson Sammy Vanuatu Wota Strategy, relief, recovery and resilience
Session 4
Panel discussion: Q&A


WASH in the Pacific


WASH in the Pacific: Situations and trends

Rhonda Robinson Sanitation, drinking water and health in Pacific Island countries
Chander Badloe & Penny Dutton Update on CLTS in EAP region
Jeremy Kohlitz Monitoring the human rights to water and sanitation: Policy in Pacific islands
Edkarl Galing Hope for a thirsty country: Improving PNG's WASH sector through policy reform
Isabel Blackett Water and sanitation services in informal urban settlements in Melanesia
Session 1 Panel discussion: Q&A

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