Join the WSSCC team at World Water Week 2016 in Stockholm!

Date: 18th August 2016

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Credit: Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)

WSSCC looks forward to meeting partners and friends during the events at the forthcoming World Water Week in Stockholm, from August 28 to September.

Please be sure to visit our Exhibition Stand (Booth #16) throughout the week. Here you can find out how Global Sanitation Fund-supported national programs have helped eradicate open defecation for some eleven million people; learn about our work on menstrual hygiene management; or pick up hard copies of the latest knowledge resources, reports, videos and advocacy materials from WSSCC and its partners.

In addition, please join WSSCC, along with Global Citizen, SIWI, Sanitation and Water for All, and others for a panel discussion on Monday, August 29th to acknowledge commitments announced at past Global Citizen events and to reflect on the progress made towards providing access to clean water and sanitation for millions of people around the world. Join us for a dynamic discussion on the most pressing issues facing global water and sanitation.

If you cannot make it to Stockholm, be sure to follow us via @WSSCCouncil and hashtag #wwweek, or on our Facebook page.

For more information on WSSCC’s activities during Stockholm World Water Week, contact wsscc@wsscc.org.

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