BORDA at World Water Week: mobilising, connecting, leaving no-one behind
From Sunday 25 August to Friday 30 August 2019, BORDA will again be an active part of World Water Week – the annual focal point for global water issues – in Stockholm, Sweden.
Come visit us at booth D22 ‑ hosted jointly with the Faecal Sludge Management Alliance (FSMA) and the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) – for a variety of informative sessions and get-togethers, including a women’s reception to mobilise and connect women working in the water and sanitation sector.
Beyond our booth, you are warmly invited to participate in the following sessions and events, co-hosted by BORDA:
Sanitation Services and Urban Development – from Silos to Synergies
Sunday 25 August from 14:00–15:30 in room M6
Ralf Klingbeil – Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources Germany (BGR)
Miriam Otoo – International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
Kavita Wankhade – Indian Institute for Human Settlements
Najib Lukooya Bateganya – Kampala Kapital City Authority
Zilire Luka – Centre for Community Organisation and Development Malawi / Slum Dwellers International
Focus on the Americas at World Water Week 2019
Monday 26 August from 16:00–16:30 in the Exhibition Hall
Topic: “Water for society – including all”
Keynote speaker: Maren Heuvels (BORDA)
Tapping into the future: Universal access to sanitation
Tuesday 27 August from 09:00–10:30 in Room L9
Session: “Decentralized integrated sanitation approaches: The way forward for LAC to achieve the SDGs”
Breakfast meeting: She empowers!
Wednesday 28 August from 7:45–8:45 in The Famous Grouse Lounge (Tele 2)
Meet leading women in the sector who will share their stories and experiences with you. Extend your professional network and get inspired!
RSVP required: www.susana.org/en/registration-she-empowers
INNOQUA: Sustainable sanitation with nature-based solutions that leave no-one behind
Thursday 29 August from 09:00–10:30 in Room M2
Showcase: Our EU Horizon 2020 joint research and real-scale demonstration project