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12 July 2019

Simavi and our partners are at Stockholm World Water Week 2019!

World Water Week is the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues. In 2019, World Water Week will address the theme “Water for society – Including all”. The UN is focusing on “no one left behind” as the theme for the 2019 World Water Day and World Water Development Report. Both align with our mission: a healthy life for all.

Agenda

Relevant documents

We create the space for women and girls to pursue a healthy life. We believe in: ‘leave no one behind’. Even more so, we believe investing in women and girls’ health is instrumental in improving the lives of entire communities. Simavi works side-by-side with women to create the best possible conditions for them in terms of WASH and SRHR. Come and talk to us to share tactics, create partnerships and strengthen each other’s ideas! We are in booth C10 and we are (co-)organising the sessions and presentations below.

Agenda

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Location

Title

25 – 30 August

August 25-29
Sunday – Friday
All day
C10Reaching the last mile
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Sunday August 25
9:00-10:30
L9Including all: participatory approaches in water governance and programmes
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Sunday August 25
11:00-12:30
L8Women and youth: Living apart together – “Barriers to inclusion: insights from Bangladesh, Nepal and Uganda”
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Sunday August 25
16:00-17:30
M6Mobilising national and local governments for human rights to WASH
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Sunday August 25
14:00-15:30
L10Entrepreneurship driving water impact for all
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Monday August 26
13:00-15:00
Young Professionals BoothWater Need You(th)
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Monday August 26
16:00-17:30
L9CSO, change makers and allies with government in reaching SDG6
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Tuesday August 27
12:00-12:45
L7Walking the talk: integrating gender and social inclusion from start
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Tuesday August 27
14:00-15:30
L8Women WASH Entrepreneurship: Barriers and Opportunities in Bangladesh – in Session 3: Transforming societies to meet the SDGs:The role of finance
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Tuesday August 27
16:00-17:30
L11Monitoring public financial flows and influencing pro-poor budgets
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Wednesday August 28
14:00-15:30
M5Sanitation for all: “Inclusive and Gender Responsive WASH budget Monitoring Tools in Bangladesh”
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Wednesday August 28
16:00-17:30
M4Outside our comfort zone: cross-sector integration for inclusive WASH
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Thursday August 29
07:30-09:30
USINE conference centreBreakfast seminar: A shared agenda.
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Thursday August 29
16:00-17:30
M6Power of Self-Assessment – Triggering Action for WASH in Schools

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Relevant documents

Theory of Change

Factsheet Theory of Change

Factsheet Wash & Learn

Wash & Learn practice brief: positioning School Health club for WASH & SRHR

Wash & Learn practice brief: WASH services in schools and communities

Social inclusion in the WASH strategy – report

Ritu baseline report

Factsheet Menstrual Health

Menstrual Health manual

 

 

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