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Conference on Cost Effective Sustainable Sanitation – An Indian Experience

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Wash InstituteWater, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Institute is organizing a national level conference on sanitation in order to bring all the key sector players / practitioners together to share their success stories and approaches in promoting sustainable sanitation in the country and to overcome some of the key challenges.  Also to define the strategy to scale-up good practices in an efficient and effective ways towards making open defecation free nation.

The national meet would be a mini sanitation conference before SACOSAN IV in Sri Lanka next year. The Key organizers of the conference are WASH Institute, Plan India, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, UNICEF, Water Aid, Sphere (India), WES-Net India, Government of India, member agencies.

Date: June 28th, 2010 to June 30th, 2010
Time: 9.30 am to 6.00 pm
Venue: India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Registration Fee: The registration fee for the conference is Rs. 500/- . Demand draft can be drawn in favor of “WASH Institute” payable at Kodaikkanal, Tamilnadu.  Lunch will be provided. Last date for registering is 15th June, 2010

Download the Registration Form

Completed application form along with demand draft should be sent to:

Mrs. Berna Mary Ignatius
Programme Coordinator
WASH Institute
Ashwath Niwas,
5-296 Anandagiri 7th street,
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu 624101
Phone: 91 4542 240881; Fax 91 4542 240882

For further information, contact:

R. K. Srinivasan, WES Advisor,
Plan India through his mail id
rk.srinivasan(at)plan-international.org
Phone no: 09717690704

Aastha Kukreti

Aastha Kukreti holds a Master’s degree in Environment Management and her areas of expertise range from waste management, pollution ecology, green audits, ecofeminism, environmental equity and social justice.

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