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Sustainable Rural Water Scheme Management Technical Working Group Meeting on 25 October, 2016 at La Thanh Hotel



Launching of the Community Hygiene Output Based Aid (CHOBA) program phase II from 2016 – 2018 in Hanoi, 

jointly held by East Meets West and Vietnam Women’s Union.

Time: 9:00 – 11:30 am on 8 September 2016

Venue: Center for Women and Development, 20 Thuy Khue street, Tay Ho district, Hanoi





The East Asia Regional Learning Event (EARLE) -

internal learning event for CSOs in the CS WASH Fund, 12 July, 2016 - Hanoi 

EARLE theme: Bridging private and public spheres for improved sanitation.



 Ben Tre-xam_nhap_manOn 04.13.2016, the National Center for Clean Water and Rural Sanitation in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development held in Gia Lai organized the Workshop Action Plan on Risk Management natural disasters and adapt to climate change in the area of ​​clean water and rural sanitation in Gia Lai province.

The workshop was organized to consult about the Action Plan (POA) on disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change in the field of water and sanitation in Gia Lai before finalizing and submiting the PPC for approval. Attending the seminar were leaders of the National Center for rural Clean Water and Sanitation; Leaders of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Department of Health, Center for Preventive Medicine, Department of Water Resources ... and more than 40 representatives from the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Natural Resources, Environment; Department of Finance, Department of Planning and Investment, the Steering Committee for Flood and Storm Prevention, Center for Preventive Medicine, Department of Irrigation and 17 districts / town (People's Committee leaders and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development / Department of Economics) in Gia Lai province.
At the worlkshop, the participants actively involved in contributing ideas on plans to be finalized and approved by the provincial People's Committee. The approved plan will be the basis for action, issue of disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change in the area of ​​clean water and rural sanitation in the province, and the basis for mobilizing funds from donors as well as the other resources for implementation. Expected Action Plan will be approved by the PPC in 5/2016. By: Đặng Thanh Huyền - NCERWASS




 WASH FUTURES 2016 conference (16 – 20 May 2016) in Brisbane, Australia.


WASH Futures 2016 

Pathways to universal and sustained water, sanitation and hygiene

The future of action on WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) looks positive – with the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals global agenda maintaining attention on the need for water, sanitation and hygiene for everyone, all the time. But the path to achieving this global agenda requires new ways of thinking.

How can all WASH actors - governments, private sectors and civil society - work together to ensure WASH, whether at community-scales or larger institutional-scales, to achieve not only sustained access for everyone, but also health, well-being, environmental and economic outcomes for societies?

In May 2016 practitioners and professionals from civil society, governments, private sectors, donors, students and academic institutions, will come together to contribute to the broader international WASH dialogue and share knowledge with the Australian WASH community and partners.

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WASH 2016 program and themes

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)the Australian WASH ReferenceGroup and the International WaterCentre (IWC) are partnering to deliver an international water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) conference in 2016. WASH Futures 2016 builds on the successes of three earlier international WASH conferences in 2008, 2011 and 2014.

The conference comprises five days of activities with two days dedicated to conference-style sessions with parallel streams addressing specific themes, and three days of training workshops relating to the theme of the conference ‘WASH Futures: Pathways to universal and sustained water, sanitation and hygiene’.

The conference will specifically draw out the issues of private sector participation in WASH, equity and WASH in the Pacific as cross-cutting themes




Wider Asia and Pacific Region Learning Event on  Service Delivery Approach to Rural Water Supply Bangkok, Thailand, 10-12 May 2016


The RWSN Forum is about bringing together those who are passionate about rural water services, be they water users, practitioners, service providers, political leaders, researchers,  funders or policy makers.

“Water for Everyone” is the massive challenge that has been set by Sustainable Development Goal 6. We need innovation in many forms – not just new technologies and new knowledge, but also new ways to improve the quality of rural water services so that things that are already working can be sustained and replicated to meet growing demand.  That’s where you come in: what experiences do you, or your organisation, have from the last few years that is helping to move the sector forward?  What the big opportunities ahead? Can some of the old challenges that have dogged the sector for decades be put to rest?


The regional event will be held on 10-12 May, in Bangkok, Thailand and is being organised by The World Bank, SNV and WaterAid Australia. Around 50 participants expected from countries including India, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Kyrgyzstan, Timor Leste, Laos PDR, Pakistan, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines and Papua New Guinea.




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