World Water Week takes place in late August in Stockholm – a focal point for the world’s water issues.

This year, the theme is “water and waste: reduce and reuse”, and WSUP will be there to share its experiences of improving services for low-income customers in developing country cities.

Join us at the following sessions:

Reaching millions: Future capacity development for the sanitation sector
Monday 28 August, 2pm
Join our Director of Evaluation & Research Guy Norman in a session convened by WSUP, EAWAG, International Water Association, The World Bank Group, and UNESCO-IHE.

Smart regulation to reduce faecal contamination of urban water resources
Tuesday 29 August, 9am
WSUP’s Guy Norman will be speaking on water resource contamination in an event co-convened with GIZ, SNV, and University of Technology Sydney.

WASH4Work: Enabling businesses to tackle the WASH challenge
Tuesday 29 August, 11am
Join WSUP’s CEO Neil Jeffery and WASH4Work members including UNICEF, Unilever,  and WaterAid to discuss business involvement in the delivery of WASH services in supply chains and beyond.

WADA: Achievements from Coca-Cola and USAID’s Global Community Water Partnership
Thursday 31 August, 9am
WSUP’s Reuben Sipuma, Zambia Country Programme Manager, discusses insights from our role as an implementing partner in the WADA water partnership.

Public Private Partnerships in urban sanitation: why, when, how
Thursday 31 August, 2pm
Join WSUP’s CEO Neil Jeffery and Programme Director Jeremy Horner and the Skoll Foundation for a session with Pivot, Sanergy and Stone Family Foundation exploring factors to promote successful Public Private Partnership (PPP) models in low-income sanitation services.

Pathogen flows: applying public health principles to urban sanitation
Thursday 31 August, 4pm
WSUP’s Guy Norman talks about health and sanitation in this event co-convened with SNV, University of Leeds, University of North Carolina, University of Technology Sydney, and the World Health Organisation.