Presentation Archive

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Keynote Presentations
Greg AllgoodWorld Vision WaterWorld Vision's WASH ProgramDownload Presentation File
Srinivas CharyAdministrative Staff College of India (ASCI)Accelerating Urban Sanitation in India: Policy Evolution, Progress, Implementation Challenges and Research QuestionsDownload Presentation Here
Marc EdwardsVirginia TechNon-Academic Perspectives on Access to Safe Potable Water in the U.S.Download Presentation Here (LARGE FILE)
Rebecca FryUNC Superfund Research ProgramMapping toxic metals across NCDownload Presentation Here
Melissa Opryszko, Laure AnquezUSAID/OFDA, UNICEFWASH Disaster Management: Mitigation, Preparation, Response and RecoveryDownload Presentation Here
Heather SkillingDAISystems Strengthening Thematic KeynoteDownload Presentation File
Verbal, Poster, and Side Event Presentations
Theodora Adomako-AdjeiCommunity Water and Sanitation AgencySynergizing for Shared Impact to Achieve Universal access to Sustainable Water servicesDownload Presentation File
Carmen Anthonj, Andrea Rechenburg, Thomas KistemannInstitute for Hygiene and Public Health, GeoHealth Centre, University of BonnWASH in Wetlands: Where do we stand?Download Presentation File
Braimah Apambire, Victoria M. CuellarDesert Research InstituteWorking in Northern Ghana: Synergy CreatedDownload Presentation File
Claire ChaseWorld Bank WaterDemand Creation and Supply Chain Development for Rural Sanitation in Hoa Binh Province, Vietnam: Post-Intervention Rapid AssessmentDownload Presentation File
Woody M. CollinsCongo Helping Hands, Inc.Water Quality of Capped Springs (improved water sources) in Rural Democratic Republic of the CongoDownload Presentation File
Mark Elliott, Kevin White and Robert JonesUniversity of Alabama College of Envineering, University of South AlabamaDirect Discharge of Household Wastewater in Rural Alabama - Scope and ImpactsDownload Presentation File
Barbara Evans, Andy Peal, Lars Schoebitz, Luca Di Mario and Kate MedlicottUN Habitat, WHO, UNICEFSDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 – A draft monitoring frameworkDownload Presentation File
Marie Ruthza Flavienne Vincent, Jude François, Ruth Berggren, Jason RosenfeldEco-Eau et Jeunesse Haiti, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Center for Medical Humanities & EthicsSuccesses and Limitations of Community Based WASH Governance in HaitiDownload Presentation File
Joshua V. Garn, Gabrielle Halcrow, Antoinette Kome, Eduardo Perez, Matthew C. FreemanEmory University, SNVAssessing the equity of the Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) program: a pre- post-assessment in 11 countriesDownload Presentation File
Amy Guo, Georgia Kayser, Jamie Bartram, Michael BowlingThe Water Institute at UNCWaSH in rural health facilities in sub-Saharan Africa: a six-country cross-sectional studyDownload Presentation File
Jackie MacDonald GibsonGillings School of Global Public Health at UNCDrinking Water Access in Urban Areas of North Carolina: Racial DisparitiesDownload Presentation File
Wade HadwenAustralian Rivers Institute, Griffith UniversitySeasonal use of multiple water sources builds community resilience in climatevulnerable Pacific Island Countries (PICs) Download Presentation File
Demewoz Haile W/gebrealAddis Ababa UniversitySpatial variation and determinants of childhood diarrhea in EthiopiaDownload Presentation File
Jeff HughesUNC School of Government Environmental Finance CenterFinance and Governance Infrastructure Challenges in North CarolinaDownload Presentation File
Yadav Pd. MainaliSave the ChildrenA Study on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Infrastructure of Community Schools of Pyuthan District, NepalDownload Presentation File
Richard MatuaDirectorate of Water Development, Ministry of Water and Environment, UgandaMonitoring SDG Target 6.2 - Experience from UgandaDownload Presentation File
Katharine McHugh, Adam Drolet, Claudine Zotaon N'Gbé Lo, Dana Ward, Genevieve KellyPopulation Services International (PSI), PATH'Starting-up’ solutions to problems in the sanitation value chain in West Africa: What happens when NGOs learn from start-ups Download Presentation File
Regula Meierhofer, Pascal Rubli, Jared Oremo, Aloyce OdhiamboEawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and TechnologyDoes activated silver prevent recontamination in reservoirs of ceramic water filters?Download Presentation File
Teófilo MonteiroPAHO/WHO (CHA/ETRAS)Experiences with testing methods and harmonizing with national monitoring systemsDownload Presentation File
Jane Nabunnya MulumbaIRCSWA collaborative behaviours in practice: Kabarole district, Uganda Download Presentation File
Jane Nabunnya MulumbaIRCUGANDA WASH Agenda for Change (WA4C)Download Presentation File
C. Nicoletti, Y. Wei, S. Taylor, G. LestikowiDEENSURING AVAILABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION FOR ALL: An approach to measurement of the sustainability of sanitation marketing WASH programsDownload Presentation File
Kristina NilssonWASH CatalystsPractical advice on supporting government systems – As learned from strengthening Malawi’s Water SWApDownload Presentation File
Tom Outlaw, Lisa Patel, Peter Nicholas, Doug HullUSAID, Social FinancePotential for a Development Impact Bond in Water, Sanitation & HygieneDownload Presentation File
Lesley Porieswater.orgBringing WaSH to the last mile: India Post and Water.orgDownload Presentation File
J. Alan RobersonCorona Environmental ConsultingThe Safe Drinking Water Act: Drinking Water Regulations And Their Impact on Public HealthDownload Presentation File
Rebecca SadoskyNorth Carolina Department of Environmental QualityNC Source Water Protection and Emergency PreparednessDownload Presentation File
Michelo SimuyandiLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, CIDRZEnterococci but not E.coli counts in drinking water are positively associated with gastrointestinal disease risk in urban ZambiaDownload Presentation File
Ina Sonego, Hans-Joachim MoslerEawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and TechnologyImproved Latrine Cleanliness through Behavior Change and Changes in Quality of Latrine Construction: A Longitudinal Intervention Study in Rural BurundiDownload Presentation File
Sonia Sultanaicddr,bAre Bangladeshi urban slum landlords ready to pay for safe water? - Willingness-to-pay for an automated chlorination device at shared water points in Dhaka, BangladeshDownload Presentation File
Amy Bellflower ThomasUNC Population CenterNorth Carolina Population DemographicsDownload Presentation File
Timothy Thomas, Troy Ritter, Dana Bruden, Mike Bruce, Korie Hickel, Tom HennessyAlaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Arctic Investigations ProgramImpact of In-home Piped Water on Rates of Infectious Disease - The Four Village StudyDownload Presentation File
Qammer ZaibMasdar InstituteMultiwalled carbon nanotubes-Titanium dioxide (MWNTs-TiO₂) composite for sustainable water treatment at the point-of-use Download Presentation File
BabyWASH CoalitionBabyWASH Coalition BrochureDownload Presentation File
BabyWASH CoalitionMoving beyond talk: Entry points for WASH integrationDownload Presentation File
International WaterCentre, The Water Institute at UNC, The University of Alabama, Griffith University, Monash University, The University of the South Pacific, The University of QueenslandClimate-resilient WaSH in SIDSDownload Presentation File
SNV, UTS:ISFAre we doing the right thing? Is city sanitation planning contributing to system strengthening?Download Presentation File
Safe Water NetworkApplying Innovative Models: Partnership with Government of GhanaDownload Presentation File
WASH Impact NetworkTaking Learning Beyond the Hotel Conference Room: How Local WASH Organizations Implement New Ideas, Considerations for PartnersDownload Presentation File
WASH Impact NetworkTaking Learning Beyond the Hotel Conference Room: How Local WASH Organizations Implement New Ideas, Considerations for ImplementorsDownload Presentation File
WASH Impact NetworkTaking Learning Beyond the Hotel Conference Room: How Local WASH Organizations Implement New Ideas, Considerations for FundersDownload Presentation File
WHO, The Water Institute at UNC, University of Leeds, JMP, IWMI, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEFSafely-Managed Sanitation: Monitoring higher levels of service in SDG Target 6.2Download Presentation File