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Watershed webinar on linkages between WASH and IWRM

This Watershed webinar is a one-hour recording of presentations and discussions on linkages between water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and integrated water resources management (IWRM). Thanks to the experiences shared and initiatives taken, Wetlands International and partners are able to to consolidate guidance on the WASH and IWRM linkages. This guidance is intended for the final stages of and initiatives beyond the Watershed programme. It includes a position paper, field guidance for advocacy and sharing of learnings. The webinar is hosted by Ele Jan Saaf and Arjen Naafs, with input from colleagues. The webinar consists of 30 minutes of presentations and 30 minutes of discussions.

TitleWatershed webinar on linkages between WASH and IWRM
Publication TypeWebinar
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsIRC, Wetlands International
Date Published03/2020
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This Watershed webinar is a one-hour recording of presentations and discussions on linkages between water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and integrated water resources management (IWRM). Thanks to the experiences shared and initiatives taken, Wetlands International and partners are able to to consolidate guidance on the WASH and IWRM linkages. This guidance is intended for the final stages of and initiatives beyond the Watershed programme. It includes a position paper, field guidance for advocacy and sharing of learnings. The webinar is hosted by Ele Jan Saaf and Arjen Naafs, with input from colleagues. The webinar consists of 30 minutes of presentations and 30 minutes of discussions.

URLhttps://youtu.be/zY-DVM9AJqg
Citation Key86750

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