Transforming the sanitation sector to achieve universal access by 2030

WaterAid and the World Bank organised a session on 26 August at Stockholm World Water Week to discuss the question: how does the sanitation sector need to change to make universal access possible by the Sustainable Development Goal target of 2030?

4 Sep 2015
Chaired by Martin Gambrill from World Bank Global Water Practice, the session included:

  • Opportunities, challenges and priorities on the road towards universal access to sanitation by 2030: an expert consultation, by Andrés Hueso, Senior Policy Analyst - Sanitation at WaterAid [4.48-18.21]
  • Fostering institutional transformation in rural India: lessons from the MP-WASH programme, by Mathew Luckose, Team Leader of the MPWASH Program at WaterAid India [18.22-34.01]
  • SANI-ACTION: urban sanitation transformation towards universal access by 2019 in Indonesia, by Almud Weitz, World Bank Global Water Practice [34.01-50.51].
A panel discussion followed [50.51-end] with: 

  • Léo Heller, Special Rapporteur on the Human Right to Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation
  • Jan-Willem Rosenboom, Gates Foundation
  • Lizette Burgers, UNICEF.

Presentations and resources from the session > 

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