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Session daily report: Looking Back and Moving Forward on the Ngor Commitments for Universal Sanitation Access in Africa

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 05 Looking Back and Moving Forward on the Ngor Commitments for Universal Sanitation Access in Africa
Subject Sharing the achievements of the AfricaSan 5 sub-regional conference and implementing the Ngor commitments
Rapporteurs Ngalekassaga, Wilde Rosny, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica
Discussants African Ministers' Council on Water, AMCOW, Emmanuel Awe, Kitchinme Bawa, Nicolas Dickinson, Jolly-Ann Maulit, Rich Rapier, UNICEF, United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, United States Agency for International Development, USAID, USAID/WALIS, WALIS, Water for Africa through Leadership and Institutional Support,
Date Session 30 October 2018
Document Type Session Daily Report
Unique ID 1394
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