Water, WASH & Climate Virtual Symposium: Session Information

Opening Panel: Responding to Climate Change: the urgent need to integrate WRM & WASH

Closing Panel: Why and how should water management & WASH sector actors reach out to other sectors?

Thematic Session: Building equality into climate resilience – the critical case for gender and social inclusion in WASH & WRM

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Thematic Session: Nature-based and other sustainable WASH solutions to climate change

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Thematic Session: Frameworks to manage climate risks to WASH and water resources

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Thematic Session: Partnerships for scaling up private sector investment in WASH

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Thematic Session: Water Resource Management to alleviate water-mediated disasters

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Early Career Professional Session: The climate crisis, WASH and water security: What is the role of early career professionals in tackling the challenges of today and the future?

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Special Session: This is Water, WASH & Climate: Stories from Practice

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The Water and WASH Futures team are pleased to have partnered with the following organisations to deliver this forum.

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade provides foreign, trade and development policy advice to the Government. We work with other government agencies to ensure that Australia’s pursuit of its global, regional and bilateral interests is coordinated effectively.

The International WaterCentre seeks to develop the skills and knowledge in individuals, communities and organisations to drive systemic and lasting change.
IWC does this by employing a diverse range of strategies that have integrated approaches to water management at their core to strengthen the capabilities of individuals, communities and organisations.

Water for Women is the Australian Government’s flagship water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) program supporting improved health, gender equality and wellbeing in Asian and Pacific communities through socially inclusive and sustainable WASH projects and research.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) envisions a water-secure and resilient Asia and the Pacific, supporting ADB developing member countries through investments for better water services and careful management of water resources. http://www.adb.org/water

The Water and WASH Futures team are grateful to have received sponsorship from the following organisations for this event: