Among the essential network services, sanitation involves specific modalities of organization and management that have contributed to make it low on the agenda of policy makers when it comes to the development of infrastructures. Cumulated deficit in the supply of related services to the population of emerging and developing countries confirms this very challenging situation. To discuss these issues, the ParisTech “SUEZ – Water for All” Chair organizes its 3rd scientific workshop on: Challenges in Sanitation. As with the previous ones, this workshop intends to provide opportunities for exchanges among institutional, scientific as well as operational experts on drinkable water and sanitation; it also intends to develop links between all managers, researchers and students concerned by the development of network public service

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Among the essential network services, sanitation involves specific modalities of organization and management that have contributed to make it low on the agenda of policy makers when it comes to the development of infrastructures. Cumulated deficit in the supply of related services to the population of emerging and developing countries confirms this very challenging situation. To discuss these issues, the ParisTech “SUEZ – Water for All” Chair organizes its 3rd scientific workshop on: Challenges in Sanitation. As with the previous ones, this workshop intends to provide opportunities for exchanges among institutional, scientific as well as operational experts on drinkable water and sanitation; it also intends to develop links between all managers, researchers and students concerned by the development of network public services.

Program:

WELCOME ADDRESS : Gilles TRYSTRAM (AgroParisTech)

SESSION 1 : PUBLIC HEALTH AND SANITATION

Opening Speech : Sandy CAIRNCROSS (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine):

‘ L’assainissement et la santé du Tiers Monde’

Discussant: Théophile GNAGNE (Water and Sanitation in Africa, Ouagadougou).

SESSION 2 : SOCIAL DEMAND AND SOCIAL ACCEPTABILITY OF SANITATION

Speaker 1: Dinesh MEHTA (CEPT University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat):

“Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” Making India Open Defecation Free in 2019: Will it succeed? “

Speaker 2: Marie-Hélène ZERAH (IRD/Centre d’Etudes en Sciences Sociales sur les Mondes Africains, Américains et Asiatiques):

“Social Acceptability of Sanitation Improvement : raising the invisible issues of gender, caste and work”

Speaker 3: Mbaye MBEGUERE (‎Program Coordinator at AfWA – ‎African Water Association) :

« Mise en œuvre de programmes d’assainissement liquide dans 5 capitales d’Afrique : Quelle acceptabilité sociale ? »

Discussant:   Jacques BERTRAND (AquaOrbi & Chair ParisTech “SUEZ – Eau pour Tous”).

SESSION 3 : NETWORK SANITATION AND ON SITE SANITATION: WHAT COORDINATION?

Speaker 1: Christoph LUETHI (EAWAG-Sandec, Zurich):

‘Decentralised Sanitation Systems in Middle Income Settings: Challenges and Opportunities.’

Speaker 2: Rifaat Abdel WAHAAB (Holding Compagny for water & Wastewater, Egypt:

“Sanitation in Egypt: Challenges & Future Perspectives.”

Discussant : Denis DESILLE et Sarah BOTTON (Agence française de développement/AFD, Paris)

SESSION 4 : PUBLIC POLICY, FINANCIAL RESOURCES, and USERS’ PARTICIPATION

Speaker 1: Aziz IRAKI (Institut National d’Aménagement et d’Urbanisme/INAU, Rabat) :

‘Atouts et dysfonctionnements d’une démarche de projet: les raccordements eau et assainissement dans le grand Casablanca’

Speaker 2: Claude de MIRAS (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, Marseille) :

‘L’assainissement : Coûts, financement et gouvernance. Le cas de Casablanca.’

Closing Speech : Edouard PERARD (European Investment Bank /EIB, Luxembourg)

“The challenge of financial sustainability”.

Discussant: Kouamé André N’GUESSAN (Office National d’Assainissement et du Drainage/ONAD, Abidjan)

Wrapping it up : Diane D’ARRAS (SUEZ and International Water Association/ IWA)

CONCLUSION : Céline GILQUIN (Agence française de développement/AFD, Paris)

 

ParisTech “SUEZ – Water for All” Chair

in partnership with : logos 18 nov

Date

Friday 18 November 2016

Hour

9h30 to 18h30

Place

Agence Française de Développement
5 rue Roland Barthes
75012 Paris

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