3 unique thematic focuses, 5 chances to find FINISH Mondial sharing experiences, expertise and announcing major future ambitions at SIWI #WorldWaterWeek at home, 23-27 August 2021. More on the sessions below:

Results-based financing: Addressing bottlenecks & unlocking finance for WASH

Thurs. 26/Aug 17-19.30 CEST

Attracting novel financing mechanisms is needed for scalable uptake of sanitation. Reducing costs translates to lower funding requirements and ultimately greater reach. Join us to learn the HOW of a result-based financing journey to scale household sanitation financing and attract commercial parties. Who benefits and at what cost?

Would you like to be part of making history?

Super-interactive hackathon hosted by FINISH Mondial partners, WASTE, Amref Health Africa, Aqua for All, in collaboration with ACTIAM, Water for People and the Government of the Netherlands, DGIS

Circular sanitation economy: Cross-sectoral approaches to climate resilience

2 opportunities to join: Wed. 25/Aug. 15-16.00 CEST & Fri. 27/Aug 7-8.00 CEST

With only 9% of the world’s economy circular, opportunity remains to tackle climate change by strengthening local value chains for cross-sectoral impact across WASH, waste and agriculture. Supporting women and youth entrepreneurs through circular sanitation economies improves livelihoods and restores soil carbon and nutrients , contributing to healthier, socio-economically empowered communities.

How can the role of the circular sanitation economy help communities build resilience and mitigate the impacts of climate change on both environment and livelihoods?

Hosted by FINISH Mondial partners, WASTE, Amref Health Africa, Aqua for All, FINISH Society, Caritas Fort Portal-HEWASA, RDO Trust & the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)

Can a business approach link sanitation & curative health care?

2 opportunities to join: Mon. 23/Aug. 8-9.00 CEST & Th. 26/Aug 15-16.00 CEST

Scaling up health access by leveraging sanitation and hygiene marketing can address the ‘double bind’ of health versus economy. How can WASH marketing and a business approach contribute to healthier and socio-economically empowered communities? Interventions linking sanitation and curative health through telemedicine, universal health coverage and micro-health insurance are covered.

Hosted by FINISH Mondial partners, WASTE, Amref Health Africa, Aqua for All & FINISH Society

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