31st August, 2014.
World Water Week, Stockholm
Africa AHEAD in conjunction with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) convened a seminar attended by 80 participants. The session was reported in the daily Newsletter for World Water Week.
World Water Week Daily
The presentations from leading development practitioners, emphasized how the elusive gains in WASH Projects can be sustained and integrated with other vital sectors, such as energy and the effects of climate change on subsistence communities.
This seminar addressed the ‘Post 2015 Development Agenda and Goals’, with a view to providing some tangible recommendations on the way forward for the WASH sector in the next decade with special focus on the CHC Model highlighting case studies from current CHC programmes in Rwanda, Zimbabwe and Uganda.