Attendee Presentations Now Available

Verbal, poster, and side event presentations from the 2014 conference are now available for review and download on the Attendee Presentations page. If you presented at the 2014 conference and would like your presentation to be included on the website, please send an email with your presentation to Chris Cline (cacline@email.unc.edu), Web and IT Support Associate for the Water Institute at UNC.

2014 W&H Buzz

Below are a few stories about the 2014 Water and Health Conference from around the web.

FTW Finalist Presentation Videos Online

A recording of the FTW Competition Finalist Presentations is now available for viewing.

Plenary Session Recordings Published

Video recordings of Jennifer Sara’s keynote address and the panel discussion, Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Addressing Inequalities in Access to WaSH, are available on the conference website on the Plenary Presentations page.

Participant List Available

A list of conference participants is now available. This list contains the name, organizational affiliation, and country of all conference attendees who wished to be included. A link to the list can be found in the website menu under About the Conference.

2014 Abstract Book Available

The Abstract Book for this year’s conference is now available for download as a PDF.

Map of Represented Countries Available

Map of represented countries

A map has been added to the conference website showing world countries with at least one representative at this year’s Water and Health Conference. Click the map to view a larger version.

 

Where the Rubber Hits the Road: Addressing Inequalities in Access to WaSH

This panel discussion will take place on Thursday, October 16th at 8:30 AM in Grumman Auditorium. The purpose of the panel discussion is to engage panelists and the audience in a conversation focused on developing an understanding of whether or not we are indeed reducing inequalities in access to WaSH. Our panel will consist of national level decision-makers, international and local observers, and donors who will discuss what the current data suggests, what types of issues need to be overcome to make programs successful, whether there’s commitment at all levels of society to reduce inequalities as well as a multitude of related questions. For more information and for a list of the panelists, please see the session flyer.

Late-breaking Session: Ebola and WaSH

This workshop will take place on Tuesday, October 14th at 6:30 PM in the Sunflower Room. The goal of this workshop is to communicate what is known or suspected as well as what we still need to know about Ebola virus risks in relation to WaSH. For more information on the event, please see the event flyer.

Conference Program Available

The full conference program, which incorporates the schedule and description of the conference’s side events, is now available on the Program page.