Time of Event
09:30-17:10 Tokyo Time
Asia has made significant progress in expanding sanitation infrastructure, but challenges remain toward ensuring that sanitation services are environmentally, financially, and technically sustainable. These needs can be addressed via city-wide inclusive sanitation policy and investment strategy that optimizes service delivery and performance.
This interactive ADBI-Stanford University policy dialogue for select government officials and stakeholders discussed sanitation investment bottlenecks and country-level policy experiences and best practices. It also explored policy recommendations and institutional strategies for advancing city-wide inclusive sanitation in developing Asia.
- Examine onward sanitation delivery and performance challenges in developing Asia
- Spotlight country-level experiences and city-wide inclusive sanitation policy solutions
- Select government officials from Asian Development Bank member economies and sanitation sector practitioners, researchers, and other stakeholders
How to Join
By invitation or special arrangement with ADBI.
- Enhanced understanding of sanitation delivery and performance challenges in developing Asia
- Identification of effective policies and programs for scaling up city-wide inclusive sanitation
- Greater impetus for policy dialogue and collaboration within the sector
- Asian Development Bank
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
- Japan International Cooperation Agency
- Japan Sanitation Consortium
- Stanford University