SuSanA India Chapter Thematic Discussion: Corporate Engagement in Sanitation
Sinead_Lehane on 24/11/2016 15:31 EST
The SuSanA India Chapter and India Sanitation Coalition invite you to join their third Thematic Discussion on "Corporate Engagement in Sanitation".
Running for four weeks from 14 November to 10 December 2016 on the SuSanA online discussion forum, the discussion will look at several key issues relating to corporate engagement in sanitation. Join practitioners online to post your questions, debate with lead experts in the field, and provide your insights and knowledge.
Enter forum here: http://bit.ly/2eVWxkE
Agenda of the thematic discussion
Sharing your experiences from India and abroad on corporate support to sanitation.
- United Way, a network from Mumbai that improves lives by mobilising the caring power of communities to advance the common good is leading this theme.
Part II (21 - 27 November):
What are the challenges faced for companies that are starting to work in sanitation and what assistance can be provided by a facilitator?
- Led by Neeraj Jain from PATH, an organisation working to promote better health.
Part III (28 November - 4 December)
Apart from CSR, what are the possible ways a corporate can get engaged in the sector?
- Cheryl Hicks from the Toilet Board Coalition will lead this theme.
Part IV (4 - 10 December)
How can companies incentivise sanitation and recognise good work to motivate others to excel?
- Led by Priya Naik from Samhita that collaborates with companies to develop impactful CSR initiatives.
To view the discussion and post, visit:
The discussion can be viewed by everybody, but in order to make a post, you need to be a registered SuSanA member. Registration is free: www.susana.org/register
Please note, you can join the discussion by either:
• Posting directly on the SuSanA Discussion Forum by following this link: OR
• Sending your post by email to (your post will automatically appear under your name on the SuSanA Forum)
If you have any questions, please post on the forum itself, or contact the coordinator of the discussion Nitya Jacob or the SuSanA Secretariat .