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Watch the video recap for Day 1 of the All Systems Connect International Symposium 2-4 May, 2023

TitleAll Systems Connect International Symposium 2023 - Day 1 Recap
Publication TypeVideo
Year of Publication2023
Corporate AuthorsIRC
Secondary TitleAll Systems Connect International Symposium, 2-4 May 2023, The Hague, the Netherlands
PaginationVideo (3 min :16 sec)
Date Published05/2023
PublisherOne For All - IRC, Water For People, Water for Good
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish

2-4 May 2023, IRC, an international think tank that actively builds strong water, sanitation, and hygiene systems; Water For People, a global non profit; and Water for Good, a non-denominational Christian, faith-based organization which works in the Central African Republic, and their partners host the All Systems Connect International Symposium 2023.

The Symposium is designed to help people working in health, WASH, climate and social justice to connect with purpose, work on collective solutions, and strengthen their capabilities as systems leaders.

Speakers on the opening day included: Dr Githinji Gitahi, Group CEO, AMREF Health Africa; Dr Mary E Ashinyo, Quality Lead and Deputy Director, Institutional Care Directorate, Ghana Health Service; Henk Ovink, Special Envoy for International Water Affairs, Shomy Hasan Chowdhury, Co-Founder, Awareness 360 and many other prominent figures who are leading change globally and locally.

Powered by IRC, Water For People and Water for Good.

Made possible thanks to the generous support of our partners including the Government of the Netherlands, the World Health Organization, UKAid, UNICEF, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Sanitation and Water for All, Aqua for All, Osprey Foundation, World Vision, Agenda for Change, Agua Consult, Deltares, VOx Impuls, End Water Poverty, WaterWiser, The Hague and Partners and Devex.

Video Production: BKN-Productions
Video Design: Albert Hoffman




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