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Session daily report: Using the SWA Collaborative Behaviors to Improve Favorable Environment for a Safely Managed Sanitation

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 10 Using the SWA Collaborative Behaviors to Improve the Enabling Environment for Safely Managed Sanitation in Africa
Subject Applying the concept of collaborative behaviours in improving sanitation in African countries
Rapporteurs Ondo, Claudia, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica
Moderator Chileshe, Chilufya, Gomonda, Nelson, UNICEF, WASH, and WaterAid
Discussants Peter Mahal Dhieu Akat, GLASS, Global Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance, International Water and Sanitation Centre, IRC, Kenya, Ministry of Water Resources of South Sudan, Jochen Rudolph, Sanitation and Water for All, South Sudan, SWA, USAID, WaterAid, Martin Watsisi, WHO, WHO-GLASS, World Health Organization,
Date Session 1 November 2018
Document Type Session Daily Report
Unique ID 1480
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