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School sanitation and hygiene education symposium : the way forward: construction is not enough : Delft, The Netherlands, 8-10 June 2004 : symposium proceedings and framework for action

The symposium and the proceedings have been organised into three parts: Introductory or key note papers by the Minister of Development Cooperation of the Netherlands and sector leaders from UNICEF and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council; Lessons learned and opportunities presented from 14 professional papers on a range of topics and experiences in SSHE. These were based on experiences in nine countries as well as on international and theoretical work; and Framework for Action: the group statement of key issues and principles with strategies for further action that can help to ensure effective SSHE. The Proceedings can be used in various ways: (1) to learn about the knowledge base for SSHE, (2) to examine specific gaps and challenges, (3) to learn about current project experiences in three continents.

TitleSchool sanitation and hygiene education symposium : the way forward: construction is not enough : Delft, The Netherlands, 8-10 June 2004 : symposium proceedings and framework for action
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsSnel, M., Shordt, K., Mooijman, A.
Pagination52 p. : fig., tab.
Date Published2004-07-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedDelft, The Netherlands
Keywordschild health, health education, planning, policies, programmes, safe water supply, sanitation, schools, sdihyg
Abstract

The symposium and the proceedings have been organised into three parts: Introductory or key note papers by the Minister of Development Cooperation of the Netherlands and sector leaders from UNICEF and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council; Lessons learned and opportunities presented from 14 professional papers on a range of topics and experiences in SSHE. These were based on experiences in nine countries as well as on international and theoretical work; and Framework for Action: the group statement of key issues and principles with strategies for further action that can help to ensure effective SSHE. The Proceedings can be used in various ways: (1) to learn about the knowledge base for SSHE, (2) to examine specific gaps and challenges, (3) to learn about current project experiences in three continents.

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