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Seminar for practitioners household and school sanitation and hygiene in East and Southern Africa, Moshi, Tanzania, 19th – 21st November 2007 : summary and proceedings report

The East and Southern African Household and School Sanitation and Hygiene Community of Practice Seminar was a step towards enhancing information and lesson learning and sharing, to encouraging practitioners to reflect critically on impact improvement, and to document these lessons and practices. The two-day Seminar was also an opportunity to synthesise lessons and experiences for broader dissemination through a composite publication of similar Seminars to be held in South Asia and Latin America, and towards actions to be taken in the International Year of Sanitation (2008), and for political discussion and follow-up on regional/national actions at the AfricaSan+5 Conference to be held in February 2008.
A total of 40 participants attended the seminar. Most participants (58%) came from East Africa; the remainder came from South Africa, the Netherlands, Malawi, Madagascar, Switzerland and Zimbabwe.

TitleSeminar for practitioners household and school sanitation and hygiene in East and Southern Africa, Moshi, Tanzania, 19th – 21st November 2007 : summary and proceedings report
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsIRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL
Pagination35 p. : fig., tab.
Date Published2008-01-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedDelft, The Netherlands
Keywordsbest practices, east africa, hygiene, sanitation, schools, sdiafr, sdihyg, southern africa, training
Abstract

The East and Southern African Household and School Sanitation and Hygiene Community of Practice Seminar was a step towards enhancing information and lesson learning and sharing, to encouraging practitioners to reflect critically on impact improvement, and to document these lessons and practices. The two-day Seminar was also an opportunity to synthesise lessons and experiences for broader dissemination through a composite publication of similar Seminars to be held in South Asia and Latin America, and towards actions to be taken in the International Year of Sanitation (2008), and for political discussion and follow-up on regional/national actions at the AfricaSan+5 Conference to be held in February 2008.
A total of 40 participants attended the seminar. Most participants (58%) came from East Africa; the remainder came from South Africa, the Netherlands, Malawi, Madagascar, Switzerland and Zimbabwe.

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