ADBI-JICA Online Training Program on Wastewater Management and City-Wide Inclusive Sanitation

Event | 15 - 18 February 2021
Online

Time of event

09:00–18:35 Tokyo Time

Summary

In many developing countries in Asia and the Pacific, rapid economic growth and urbanization have contributed to the deterioration of water quality, increasingly unsanitary conditions, and greater risk of water borne diseases. The COVID-19 pandemic has compounded these challenges and further elevated the need for timely water and sanitation solutions.

This four-day ADBI-Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) online training program for policy makers and experts will examine wastewater management imperatives in developing Asia and the Pacific and ways to effectively plan, design, and implement city-wide inclusive sanitation (CWIS) to help advance them.

Objectives
  • Asssess wastewater management and CWIS growth keys in developing Asia and the Pacific
  • Build human resource capacity for CWIS adoption in the region
  • Discuss CWIS experiences and the future of CWIS development
Participants
Output
  • Greater understanding of wastewater management and CWIS deployment in developing Asia and the Pacific
  • Enhanced sanitation development knowledge, experience, and data sharing
  • Improved regional capacity for the innovative design and accelerated implementation of CWIS projects
How to Register

By invitation or prior arrangement with ADBI

Partners
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Japan International Cooperation Agency
  • Japan Sanitation Consortium