WASH Futures 2018

The WASH Futures 2018 conference will convene in Brisbane, Australia from 5 – 9 March, 2018. The conference comprises two days of conference-style sessions, with parallel streams addressing specific themes relating to the conference theme collaboration for universal WASH, followed by three days of training and workshops on emergent WASH topics.

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Organisation Duration 05/03 - 09/03 Location Brisbane, Australia Type Conference Link Topic


Anonymous's picture
Hi, I am a technical lead on a similar DFID programme.
Anonymous's picture
Me and my researcher team wants to participated conference 5 – 9 March, 2018.
Bronwyn Powell's picture
Hi Bhishma. You can register here: http://washfutures.com/registration/
Anonymous's picture
Hi, I have just concluded a RCT research on both Impact and Process Evaluation on the Nutrition Sensitive WASH integrated project in Kenya's remote county. The findings are modest though statistically significant for scale up with a bit of program re-design. I would want to participate in the conference.
Bronwyn Powell's picture
Dear Michael. You can register for the conference here http://washfutures.com/registration/. We hope to see you in Brisbane next year.
Anonymous's picture
Hi, I am a WASH practitioner from Sierra Leone, West Africa. I am currently working as part of a consultancy team that is responsible for supervising the design and implementation of WASH facilities in rural communities in Sierra Leone. I would wants to attend this conference in order to broaden my knowledge and to share my experience about WASH activities in this part of the world.
Hope you will grant me this opportunity, so that I can give back to my community where WASH facilities are huge challenges.
Hope to hear from you.

Best regards,
Abdul Rahman Turay.
Anonymous's picture
Hi I am Soni Pradhan, Working as a Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Specialist in Save the Children International in Nepal and Bhutan Country. I have been currently in the position and working with the WASH team to integrate GESI in WASH promoting the rights and empowerment of women and people from the most deprived and marginalized communities in Nepal. I have been advocating for inclusive WASH in Nepal in Earth Quake response area. I am happy to bring in the analysis of Case stories and model for inclusive WASH that Save the Children is implementing in Nepal with support from DFID UK fund in Nepal.