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Session daily report : Boosting access to sanitation in African cities through peer-to-peer learning partnerships of sanitation operators

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018
Subtheme 2. Choices, Approaches and Actions for Safely Managed Sanitation in Africa by 2030
Session 03 Boosting Access to Sanitation in African cities through Peer to Peer Learning Partnerships of Sanitation Operators
Subject Sharing experiences lessons and challenges from the Reinforcing African Sanitation Operators in Africa (RASOP) project
Rapporteurs Ntchorere Issambo, Louise Nocadi, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica
Moderator African Water Association, AfWA, and Usher, Sylvain
Discussants L'Office National de l'Assainissement du Sénégal, Julian Mussime, Arnauld Ndzana, ONAS, RASOP Yaounde, Senegal National Sanitation Office, Bassirou Sow, Jude Byansi Zziwa,
Date Session 30 October 2018
Document Type Session Daily Report
Unique ID 1367
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