3rd SEI Webinar "Innovative Sanitation Solutions for Urban Areas", 07.11.2013





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Published on Nov 8, 2013

Innovative Sanitation Solutions for Urban Areas - a discussion with three Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grantees. Hosted by: Stockholm Environment Institute and the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA)

This is the recording of the third online expert chat (webinar) hosted by Stockholm Environment Institute. It is part of a larger grant that SEI received in November 2012 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, see here for further explanations:

Date: 7 November 2013
Duration: 1:15

The topic of this expert chat was "Innovative Sanitation Solutions for Urban Areas", and it was the third webinar in a series this year with the aim to give increased exposure to the BMGF research grants which are also discussed on the SuSanA Discussion Forum (see: http://forum.susana.org/forum/categor...)

Moderators: Arno Rosemarin and Nelson Ekane (SEI)

"Innovative Sanitation Solutions for Urban Areas".

The three papers given were as follows:

Video starts at at 2 min. 5s: youtu.be/gEpp_Ehpr3A?t=2m5s
Communal Sanitation Solutions for Urban Slums
Ayush Chauhan, Quicksand Design, Delhi
Location: Orissa, India

Video starts at 26 min. 18s: youtu.be/gEpp_Ehpr3A?t=26m18s
Catalyzing Sanitation Businesses
Sherina Munyana, Water for People, Uganda
Locations of research: Malawi, Uganda, Rwanda, India, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador

Video starts at 57 min. 6 sec: youtu.be/gEpp_Ehpr3A?t=57m6s
Mobile Sanitation Services for Dense Urban Slums
Kory Russel, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Location of research: With SOIL in Haiti

Also participating in the discussion were the two grantees Mark Illian, Nature Healing Nature, USA and Francis de los Reyes III, NC State University (NCSU), USA. Also attending were Gerwin Janson, TU Delft, The Netherlands, and Angus McBride, Oxfam, UK.


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