Published on: 08/10/2015
IRC together with its partners will be present at this year's Water and Health Conference at the University of North Carolina (UNC). The 2015 Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy, organised by The Water Institute at UNC, considers drinking water supply, sanitation, hygiene and water resources in both the developing and developed worlds with a strong public health emphasis. An IRC delegation will attend, and IRC will (co)host a number of key sessions and side events.
An extended IRC delegation will attend, including IRC's CEO Patrick Moriarty; Head International and Innovation Programme Catarina Fonseca, IRC Country Directors: IRC Burkina Faso - Juste Nansi; IRC Ghana - Vida Duti; IRC Uganda – Jane Nabunnya Mulumba; Country Program Coordinator, Ethiopia - Bethel Terefe; Country Program Coordinator, India Ruchika Shiva; Senior Expert sanitation Marielle Snel; Head of Fundraising and New Business Development Ton Schouten, Chief Operations Officer Rutger Verkerk; and Associated Senior Advisor to IRC Erma Uytewaal.
IRC's key sessions focus on topics as the Global Goals, public finance, advocacy, experiences from country-specific learning alliances, hygiene and sanitation. IRC's main sessions include:
Beyond 'business as usual': Changing behaviors to build sector systems that last, location: Bellflower, convened by Sanitation and Water for All - Country Processes Tasks Team and co-organised with IRC, Thursday 29 Oct. 08:30- 10:00
Tuesday 27 October
Thursday 29 October
Are you at UNC and would you like to meet? Come by the Water for People - IRC stand. Please let us know via email@example.com. We look forward to meet you!
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