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ECONOMICS OF SANITATION INITIATIVE (ESI) COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF SANITATION INTERVENTIONS IN VIETNAM (CBAS)


Hanoi - On July 24th, 2008, the WSP organized the workshop to launch the CBAS study.

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Sanitation Interventions (CBAS)
, is aiming at giving decision makers at national and local levels estimations on the specific costs and benefits of different sanitation improvement technologies and approaches. Such cost-benefit estimates would help choices to be made between different sanitation improvement options, as well as between different means of implementing sanitation programs. It will also improve resource allocation and efficient spending of limited government, donor, private, community and household resources for sanitation.

 

 
http://www.waterlossasia.com/ 15&16 July 2008, Kualalupur, Malaysia

http://www.waterlossasia.com/

Water Loss Asia 2008 - The First in South East Asia
Environmental Cooperation - Asia (Eco-Asia)

Welcome to Water Loss Asia 2008 Conference & Exhibition, a specialized event held for the first time in South East Asia. It offers the perfect learning platform for managing water loss and overcoming the high expenditure of Non-Revenue Water.

One of the major challenges facing water utilities in the developing world is the high level of water losses (leakage) due to water pipe bursts and leakages, theft of water from the system, or water users not billed properly. In Malaysia it is an issue that deserves close attention as the entire water supply distribution system in Malaysia comprises more than 91, 247 km of water pipes of which 45, 746km or 50% are Asbestos Cement Pipes. These pipes have been extensively laid and have been in service for more than 30 years. The government under the 9th and 10th Malaysia plan is planning to replace about 12,000km of water pipes – totaling to RM11.7billion to bring down NRW level to a target of 20% by the year 2015.

Water Loss Asia 2008 Conference & Exhibition promises an exclusive networking and knowledge sharing experience that caters exclusively to the issue of water loss in Asia. This event encourages government supervision and private sector initiative to unanimously reduce NRW and offer immediate operational and financial benefits.

Water Loss Asia 2008 is endorsed by Indian Water Works Association, The Malaysian Water Association, South East Asia Water Utilities Network (SEAWUN) and United States Agency International Development (USAID)
Last Updated ( Monday, 07 April 2008 )
  
 
4-6 November, Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel * Macau www.worldtoiletevents.com

Coming Up Next with World Toilet Organization…

 

World Toilet Summit & Expo 2008

 

4-6 November

Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel * Macau

 World Toilet Organization presents two action-led events, which focus on providing the impetus for sustainable sanitation.

2008 – United Nations International Year of Sanitation


Contact person: Jaslyn Tan

Assistant Project Manager

World Toilet Organization, Events Secretariat

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The title of the Conference will be Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Sustainable Development and Multisectoral Approaches.
We are very pleased to announce that the 34th WEDC International Conference will be held at the United Nations Conference Centre, Addis Ababa from 18 to
22 May 2009, by invitation of the Ministry of Water Resources, Ethiopia and WEDC, UK.
The title of the Conference will be Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Sustainable Development and Multisectoral Approaches.
The WEDC International Conference is a week long, practitioner and research focussed conference, exchanging knowledge and experiences in the water and
sanitation sector. Papers will be invited for review or for refereeing by the International Scientific Committee, and there will also be poster presentations and discussion sessions. For more information please see the WEDC website, where the Call for Papers will be published by 31 July 2008.
You may also note that these websites provide free downloads of more than 1,000 papers which have been presented at WEDC International Conferences
since 1994. This is a popular facility, and ensures the wide and continuing dissemination of WEDC conference papers.
WEDC and the Local Organising Committee look forward to a stimulating conference in Addis Ababa next year, and hope you will be able to participate.
Contact persons:
Ian Smout (Chair of Conference Advisory Committee)
Julie Fisher (Conference Manager)
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WEDC
The John Pickford Building
Loughborough University
Leicestershire LE11 3TU
United Kingdom
 
On May 23th, 2008, the RWSSP Coordination unit in collaboration with the Standing office for the National Target Programme II (NTP II) for RWSS organized the workshop to launch the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) indicator set for clean rural water supply and sanitation.

Detail: ftp://rwssp.org.vn/UserFiles/News%20Briefs%202008/

 
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has issued the Decision No.51/2008/QD-BNN dated 14th March, 2008 on issuance of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) indicator set for clean rural water supply and environmental sanitation.Nội dung chi tiết.
 

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