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What can data do for you? Moving beyond reporting. Webinar series

30th Jun 2015 to 11th Aug 2015

Discover what data can do for you! Please RSVP here

Join WASH Advocates, Global Water Challenge, IRC, and Aguaconsult for a three-part webinar series as we explore ways to move beyond just reporting and turn our data into action 

30 June, using data for political action

If you've ever pondered how you could unleash the power of all those spreadsheets of water data, join us for a webinar this Tuesday, June 30 at 10:00 am, where you can hear from three experts on how to turn your columns of categories and your rows of numbers into community impact. We invite you to listen as Samson Shivaji (KEWASNET) from Kenya, Fiona Gore (World Health Organization) from Switzerland and Abdul Koroma from the Government of Liberia speak about using water data to effect political action. With a question-and-answer session at the end, you can learn how best to adapt your facts and figures to create maximum impact in the communities where you work.

21 July, using water point data to manage assets over time!

On July 21, you are invited to join water sector experts for a conversation on how your water data can effectively support long-term asset management. With presenters from South Africa, Uganda and Ghana, participants will learn from diverse experts on how water information can directly improve sustainability through managing a wide range of assets. These speakers will provide a variety of perspectives, including that of an engineer, a government representative and a project manager. Participants will be invited to share their questions at the end of the webinar. We hope you will join us to learn how to best adapt your facts and figures to improve the management of critical assets.

The event will run from 10:00am to 11:00am EDT. 


  • Jim Gibson, Maluti GSM
  • Anne Serunjogi, Uganda
  • Ben Kubabom, Community Water and Sanitation Agency, Ghana

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11 August, using data for learning and sharing

With Harold Lockwood, Aguaconsult and:

  • Brian Banks, Global Water Challenge
  • Ivan Birungi, Ministry of Water and Environment, Uganda
  • Nompumelelo Ntshalinthsali, Department of Water Affairs, Swaziland

Events will feature presentations from experts in the field and an opportunity for attendees to ask questions

Each session runs from 10 am to 11 am EDT.