WASH in Schools

Meetings and events

2014 Events

  • Third Annal Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in WinS Virtual Conference, 29 October 2014 | Agenda |Presentations : UNICEF-India [PDF] | Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine - Kenya [PDF] | National Institute of Health Sciences - Sri Lanka [PDF] | UNICEF-Pakistan [PDF] | Grow & Know - Cambodia [PDF] | Emory University & Save the Children - Tajikistan [PDF] | Water for People - Uganda [PDF] | WASHplus, SPLASH - Zambia [PDF] | Sustainable Health Enterprises - Rwanda [PDF] | University of Nottingham - Kenya [PDF] | UNESCO - Global [PDF] | London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine - India [PDF] | Emory University, Columbia University & UNICEF - Global [PDF] | Save the Children - Bolivia [PDF]| WASH United - Global [PDF] | Save the Children - Global [PDF


2013 Events

2012 Events

  • WASH for All Schools Workshop at University of North Carolina :Water and Health Conference, 29 October 2012 [Agenda
  • WASH in all Schools : Making it a Reality - South Asia Regional Conference, 24-27 April 2012 
  • Summary of the Post-2015 WASH in Schools Consultation [PDF] from the WinS Global Thematic Consultation at: World We Want
  • 29 October, WASH for All Schools Workshop at University of North Carolina: Water and Health Conference
  • 27 September, Menstrual Hygiene Management Virtual Conference co-hosted by UNICEF and Columbia University. [Agenda]                                                  Presentations: Introduction [PDF] | Afghanistan [PDF] | Bolivia [PDF] | Copenhagen [PDF] | Emory University and UNICEF Research [PDF] | Ethiopia [PDF] | India [PDF] | Malawi [PDF] | Nepal [PDF] | Nigeria [PDF] | Pakistan [PDF] |Philippines [PDF] | Rwanda [PDF] | Sierra Leone [PDF] | Somalia [PDF] | Tanzania [PDF] | UNICEF HQ [PDF]
  • 24-27 April, South Asia Regional Conference on WASH in Schools, The conference, WASH in Schools: Making it a Reality was jointly organized by the Indian Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation, and the Indian Ministry of Human Resource Development from 24 - 27 April 2012. Approximately 200 participants from South Asia, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka participated in one of the biggest events on WASH in Schools in the region. This report synthesizes the key learning's from South Asia and the discussions held during the three days of the conference. Please click here to read the report.
  • 20-21 February, Dubai Cares Meeting

2011 Events

  • 6-7 December, 'Getting School WASH Right' Conference, Emory University
  • 24-25 May, Call to Action for WASH in Schools, The Hague, Netherlands

2010 Events



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