Conference Resources

Conference Resources

Below you will find links to the WASH Futures 2018 Plenary and Conference presentations and photo gallery. Further resources will be added as they become available.

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WASH Futures Conference resources

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Session
Presentation
Speaker
Resource
Opening Plenary                                Opening Address Senator the Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, Australian Minister for International Development and the Pacific Youtube video:  https://youtu.be/Bs4hxrS3UE8

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Keynote Presentation 1                     Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: Going to scale and leaving no one behind Maria Angelica Sotomayor, World Bank Youtube video: https://youtu.be/mMQp–MQZH0

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Keynote Presentation 2                                   Resilient sanitation services in the cities of the future; how collaboration can take us to scale Prof. Barbara Evans, University of Leeds Youtube video:  https://youtu.be/HMCenvK8vcc

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Panel Achieving WASH at Scale Facilitator: Professor Barbara Evans, University of Leeds

Speakers:

Shri Parmaeshwaran Iwer, Secretary, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India;

Chreay Pom, Director, Department of Rural Health Care, Ministry of Rural Development, Cambodia;

Rudy Prawiradinata, Deputy BAPPENAS for Regional Development, Government of Indonesia.

Youtube video: https://youtu.be/BaVojK0x1Jk

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Keynote Presentation 3 Managing water resources in Australia – lessons of international relevance to WASH Dr Nick Schofield, Australian Water Partnership Youtube video:  https://youtu.be/sb3L2RhDZ9Y

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Keynote Presentation 4 Bending the curve: Changing behaviour in national sanitation programmes Prof. Val Curtis, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Youtube video:  https://youtu.be/XUCDdQzq5rA

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Closing Plenary Youtube video:  https://youtu.be/uKBJDURdoKc

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Thematic Session 1 

Session
Presentation
Speaker
Resource
A1: Analysis of WASH Financing                        Life-cycle cost analysis for rural piped water systems in Viet Nam Tim Foster (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) & Georgia Davis (EMWF)  Audio PDF presentation
                     Measuring cost-effectiveness in market-based approaches to sanitation Greg Lestikow (iDE)  Audio PDF presentation
                                   Cost-benefit analysis of sanitation marketing interventions in the Western Pacific Danura Miriyagalla (Live & Learn)  Audio PDF presentation
The impact of targeted subsidies on sanitation coverage in Cambodia Greg Lestikow (iDE)  Audio PDF presentation
WASH microfinance operations in India: Assessment of challenges and successes Tim Foster (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
B1: Understanding and Improving WASH in Schools The impact of WASH in schools on absence and health in Laos: A randomised-controlled trial Anna Chard (Emory University) Audio PDF presentation
WASH in Schools: A bottom-up approach to institutional capacity-building Declan Hearne (International WaterCentre) & Michelle Abel (Live & Learn) Audio PDF presentation
Hi-Five for HySan: Enabling independent hygiene behaviour in Philippine schools Jon Villasenor (UNICEF Philippines) Audio PDF presentation
WASH in Schools in the Philippines Celia McMichael (University of Melbourne) Audio PDF presentation
C1: Menstrual Hygiene Management Designing menstrual hygiene intervention in Bangladesh focusing on faith-based approach Mahbub-Ul Alam (International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh) Audio PDF presentation
Poor menstrual hygiene promotion in secondary schools: Led to school absenteeism by adolescent girls Md. Mosleh Uddin Sadeque (Institute for Inclusive Finance and Development) Audio PDF presentation
Effective collaboration on menstrual hygiene between WASH and sexual reproductive health actors in Timor-Leste Livia da Costa (WaterAid) Audio PDF presentation
Missing school in Australia due to gaps in menstrual health management Nina Hall (University of Queensland) Audio PDF presentation
D1: Women and WASH Enterprises Engaging women in the sanitation supply chain Mohammed Asaduzzaman (iDE) Audio PDF presentation
Empowering women as participants in the rural WASH market Janita Bartell (WaterSHED) & Sreyleak Chhin (WaterSHED) Audio PDF presentation
Women’s economic empowerment through sanitation entrepreneurship in Melanesia Iva Koroisamanunu (IWDA) Audio PDF presentation
Formative research: Menstrual Hygiene Management in the Pacific  Mary Ramosaea (WaterAid) Audio PDF presentation
E1: Faecal Sludge Management for Rural Populations How can practitioners know when faecal waste is safe? Mark Ellery (CS WASH Fund) Audio PDF presentation
Behavioural drivers to safe faecal sludge management in rural Cambodia Majel Kong (WaterSHED) Audio PDF presentation
Engaging villagers with composting sanitation to protect groundwater in Kiribati’s Gilbert Islands Pauline Komolong (Pacific Community) Audio PDF presentation
Small-scale wastewater treatment technologies for challenging environments Katrina Bukauskas (Engineers Without Borders) Audio PDF presentation
The multi-barrier approach applied to faecal sludge reuse in Nepal Kumi Abeysuriya (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
F1: Collaboration for Urban WASH Palembang city sewerage project innovation use of grants by Australia in jointly funding with GoI Dodi Krispratmadi (Ministry of Public Works and Housing) Audio PDF presentation
Establishing urban faecal sludge management services where none exist Nadira Khawaja (SNV Netherlands Development Organisation) Audio PDF presentation
Increasing local government responsibility for community-scale sanitation in Indonesia Juliet Willetts (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
Pioneering faecal sludge management for low-income, informal settlements in Tanzania Laura Bright-Davies (BORDA Tanzania – Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association) Audio PDF presentation

 

Thematic Session 2 

Session
Presentation
Speaker
Resource
A2: Financing Mechanisms                        Indonesia policy for Sustainable Development Goals in water supply support through the Indonesian Australian Partnership for Infrastructure – KIAT Tri Dewi Virgiyanti (Government of Indonesia)  Audio PDF presentation
                     WaterCredit: A market-based solution for BOP access to WASH Margarita Salasyuk (Water.org)  Audio PDF presentation
                                   WaterCredit: A practical and scalable solution for universal WASH access Sonal Gaurishanker (Water.org) & Ann Marie Castleman (Water.org)  Audio PDF presentation
Sustaining a regional OBA sanitation ecosystem for the poor through commercialisation Hanh Nguyen (East Meets West Foundation / Thrive Networks)  Audio PDF presentation
Achieving access to safely managed sanitation systems for small towns – A financing strategy for Uganda Christian Rieck (GIZ) Audio PDF presentation
B2: Using Evidence to Influence and Inform Strategies, Approaches & Policy Empowering government staff through data collection and analysis – success in Timor-Leste Matthew Bond (FH Designs) Audio PDF presentation
Water quality coupled with a national socioeconomic survey in Indonesia Mitsunori Odagiri (UNICEF) Audio PDF presentation
Mapping WASH strategies to performance Paul Tyndale-Biscoe (FH Designs) Audio PDF presentation
Innovation in civil society-led WASH programming Bronwyn Powell (Civil Society WASH Fund / Palladium International) Audio PDF presentation
C2: WASH, Nutrition and Maternal Child Health BabyWASH: Ensuring health in the first 1000 days of life Emily Matos (World Vision United States) Audio PDF presentation
Core and extended indicators to support the monitoring and evaluation of programs that address WASH and nutrition Sophie Purdue (University of Melbourne) Audio PDF presentation
Greater than the sum of two parts – Integrating WASH and nutrition for improved health outcomes in South West Tanna, Vanuatu Raul Schneider (World Vision) Audio PDF presentation
Profile of communities in WASH / maternal-child health (MCH) promotion program in West Africa Tim Lee (Global Aid Network, Canada) Audio PDF presentation
The WASH-Nutrition nexus in market-based interventions Greg Lestikow (iDE) Audio PDF presentation
D2: Gender Equality and WASH Strategies for gender equality and inclusion in WASH at scale Lee Leong (Plan International Australia) & Silvia Devina (Plan International Indonesia) Audio PDF presentation
Empowering women through sanitation at household, community and institutional levels Tara Hill (East Meets West Foundation / Thrive Networks) Audio PDF presentation
Affecting hygiene behaviour change through netball in Papua New Guinea  Lua Rikis (WaterAid) Audio PDF presentation
E2: Sustainable Rural Water Systems to Support Health and Wellbeing Sustainability assessment of rural water service delivery models: Findings of a multi-country review Harold Lockwood (Aguaconsult) Audio PDF presentation
Determinants of rural water point functionality in Chum Kiri, Cambodia Tim Foster (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
Collaborating to achieve sustainable and scalable rural WASH programs Sunny Fosyth (Abundant Water) Audio PDF presentation
Water-security in Ethiopia and the emotional response of pastoralists Paul Hutchings (Cranfield University) Audio PDF presentation
F2: Managing Human Waste in Urban Settings Human user testing of the Nano Membrane Toilet Kristin T. Ravndal (Cranfield University) Audio PDF presentation
SaniPath assessment of faecal exposure pathways in slum and non-slum communities in Dhaka city, Bangladesh Nuhu Amin (ICDDRB) Audio PDF presentation
Standardising and mainstreaming decentralised wastewater treatment solutions for African cities Laura Bright-Davies (BORDA Tanzania) Audio PDF presentation
Considering pathogen flows and health risks in sanitation investment planning Juliet Willetts (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
Resource recovery and reuse for sustainable sanitation service delivery in developing countries: The need for business models Miriam Otoo (International Water Management Institute) Audio PDF presentation

 

Thematic Session 3 

Session
Presentation
Speaker
Resource
A3: Working and Thinking Beyond WASH for Water Security                       Finding synergies and ‘doing more good’: Environmentally sustainable WASH Naomi Carrard (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS)  Audio PDF presentation
                     The Sustainable Development Goals: A framework for collaboration Kathryn Silvester (Sydney Water)  Audio PDF presentation
                                   Towards a multi-dimensional tool for assessing vulnerability to household water security risks: Evidence from Burkina Faso Sarah Dickin (Stockholm Environment Institute)  Audio PDF presentation
Improving water security in Jaffna Peninsula through Integrated Water Management Pablo Orams (International WaterCentre)  Audio PDF presentation
Developing systemic, community-based water and energy management processes with remote Indigenous Australian communities Melissa Jackson (Griffith University) Audio PDF presentation
Mining – watering down its impacts with WASH Arthur Layton (A-T Projects) Audio PDF presentation
B3: Fostering Effective WASH Enabling Systems Creating and sustaining enabling environments for inclusive WASH Asahel Bush (CBM Australia) Audio PDF presentation
Menstrual hygiene management in Nigeria: Strategy for multi-sectoral collaboration Daniel Iroegbu (Daniel Iroegbu Global Health Foundation) Audio PDF presentation
Collaboration for sustainable WASH services Masauko Mthunzi (United Purpose) Audio PDF presentation
Effective CSO-led approaches for strengthening sanitation policy and markets Harold Lockwood (Aguaconsult) Audio PDF presentation
Fostering local leadership to create an enabling environment for WASH Janita Bartell (WaterSHED) Audio PDF presentation
C3: Hygiene Behaviour Change Nudging a habit: Handwashing at schools Per Ljung (East Meets West Foundation / Thrive Networks) Audio PDF presentation
Lessons promoting infant faeces management hygiene behaviours in PNG Edith Kamundi (International WaterCentre) & Gail Pigolo (WaterAid) Audio PDF presentation
Integrating hygiene innovation within government health system: Experiences from Bhutan Adam Biran (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Audio PDF presentation
Promoting hand washing with soap behaviour change through Indonesian culture Saniya Niska (SNV Netherlands Development Organisation) Audio PDF presentation
Unpacking the black box: a multiple behaviour change intervention to control diarrhoeal disease Val Curtis (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Audio PDF presentation
D3: Assessing and Integrating Equity Assessing equity of an integrated sanitation approach in 11 countries  Paschal Apanga (University of Nevada) Audio PDF presentation
Equality and non-discrimination in sanitation at scale Elizabeth Wamera (Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council) Audio PDF presentation
Reaching the last mile, a comparative study in five countries Gabrielle Halcrow (SNV Netherlands Development Organisation) & Juliet Willetts (University of Technology Sydney – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
Delivering WASH in Australia’s remote Aboriginal Communities: Cultural and historical context that affects uptake, behaviour and change Nina Hall (University of Queensland) Audio PDF presentation
E3: Sustaining Rural WASH at Scale Monitoring for sustainability – lessons from assessing CLTS programming in Africa Matthew Bond (FH Designs) Audio PDF presentation
Generating and responding to demand for sanitation at scale Tom Rankin (Plan International Australia) Audio PDF presentation
Pakistan: Empowering communities to end open defecation using participatory community-led approaches Kitka Goyol (UNICEF) Audio PDF presentation
Sustainability of community-based sanitation intervention outcomes: Evidence from rural Indonesia Mitsunori Odagiri (UNICEF, Indonesia) Audio PDF presentation
F3: Urban Water Planning & Service Delivery Urban water planning in Indonesia Tri Dewi Virgiyanti (Government of Indonesia) Audio PDF presentation
Reforms to urban water supply services: Insight from Australia Declan Hearne (International WaterCentre) Audio PDF presentation
Managing urban wastewater as a resource: a leapfrogging approach Kerrie Burge (Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities) Audio PDF presentation

 

Thematic Session 4 

Session
Presentation
Speaker
Resource
A4: Preparation and Recovery from Disasters and Changing Climates                      Accessing climate finance for sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services in Timor-Leste Justino da Silva (WaterAid)  Audio PDF presentation
                     Value assessment of rainwater harvesting for climate change adaptation Bareerah Fatima (Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources)  Audio PDF presentation
                                   Improving climate adaptation communication and decision-making between government and communities Pierre Mukheibir (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS)  Audio PDF presentation
WASH resilient community of Nepal Kabindra Pudasaini (WaterAid Nepal)  Audio PDF presentation
Enhancing the resilience of the agriculture sector to climate change through climate literacy in Indonesia Dwikorita Karnawati (BMKG) Audio PDF presentation
B4: Working with and mobilising the private sector Getting combinatorial – pooling resources in new ways to change lives Christy Davis (World Vision International) Audio PDF presentation
Building effective work forces and upskilling practitioners Phearak Svay (World Vision Singapore) Audio PDF presentation
Working with government and small enterprises for WASH at scale John Kelleher (Plan International Australia) Audio PDF presentation
Thinking sector-wide and at scale: Business support services for sanitation enterprises in Cambodia Juliet Willetts (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
C4: WASH in HCFs and Health Impacts of WASH Accessible WASH in healthcare facilities Pharozin Pheng (WaterAid) Audio PDF presentation
Improving WASH and health to reduce stunting in Lao PDR Ketsadasack Kiettisak (Plan International in Lao PDR) Audio PDF presentation
Linking WASh, environmental enteric dysfunction and stunting in rural households Tari Bowling (University of Queensland) Audio PDF presentation
Sanitation and water supply coverage thresholds associated with active trachoma Anna Chard (Emory University) Audio PDF presentation
D4: WASH in the South Pacific Climate change threatens WASH and SDG6 success in the Pacific Wade Hadwen (Australian Rivers Institute and Griffith Climate Change Response Program, Griffith University) Audio PDF presentation
Climate change vulnerability and resilience of Pacific Island water services Jeremy Kohlitz (Institute for Sustainable Futures – UTS) Audio PDF presentation
SDG6 in the Pacific – contributions from informal settlements Regina Souter (International WaterCentre) Audio PDF presentation
Water systems in a multi-species environment: the case of pigs and water access in Kiribati Helene Le Deunff (UNSW) Audio PDF presentation
Improving WASH in Pacific Island schools by embracing local epistemologies Dani Barrington (The University of Leeds) & Humpress Harrington (James Cook University and Pacific Adventist University) Audio PDF presentation
E4: Supporting and Sustaining Open Defecation Free Communities ODF sustainability in Timor-Leste Lamberto Pinto (Partnership for Human Development, Timor-Leste) Audio PDF presentation
Sanitation outcomes of a WASH intervention in Manufahi District, Timor-Leste Naomi Francis (University of Melbourne) Audio PDF presentation
Key factors for successful leadership toward total sanitation Tom Rankin (Plan International Australia) Audio PDF presentation
Developing the sanitation supply chain and promotion of the SaTo Pan in Timor-Leste Livia Cruz da Costa (WaterAid) Audio PDF presentation
 F4: Reaching Unserved Urban Populations Lessons learned from Hanuabada, Urban WASH project in PNG Sonia Yeung (World Vision Papua New Guinea) and Caroline McGann (World Vision Papua New Guinea) Audio PDF presentation
Communal assets, individual ownership – Lessons from an urban informal settlement WASH project in Kiribati Tareu Tong (Kiribati Red Cross) Audio PDF presentation
Pre-paid water meters: a solution to urban service provision challenges? Blessing Silwangani (World Vision Zimbabwe) Audio PDF presentation
Inspiring initiatives on delivering SDG 6.2 in the urban setting Elizabeth Wamera (Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council) Audio PDF presentation