1. Comment vous efforcez-vous de « Ne laisser personne pour compte » dans vos projets d'approvisionnement en eau en milieu rural? Que représente pour vous ce défi du « dernier kilomètre » et de « Ne laisser personne pour compte »? Dans ce premier webinaire de la série RWSN le 16 avril à 11h CET, Louisa Gosling and Laurent Arnone, WaterAid présentera une excellente introduction aux concepts clefs de ces sujets et partagera un cadre systémique pour mettre œuvre l'approche « Ne laisser personne pour compte » dans le contexte de l'EAH en milieu rural. Afin d'illustrer la mise en œuvre de « Ne laisser personne pour compte » sur le terrain, Moussa Alou Traoré, WaterAid, présentera ensuite un projet de réduction des inégalités d’accès à l’EAH au Mali. Le webinaire sera animé par Lenka Krucková, Simavi. Rejoignez-nous et partagez votre vision et vos expériences sur les enjeux de l'approche «Ne laisser personne pour compte» dans l'approvisionnement en eau en milieu rural.
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    et ici pour davantage d'information: rural-water-supply.net/en/resources/details/847

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  2. How are you striving to “Leave no one behind” in your work related to rural water supply? How do you understand the challenge to “reach the last mile” or “leave no-one behind”? In the first webinar of the RWSN webinar series on 16 April at 14.30 CET Louisa Gosling, WaterAid will present an excellent introduction to the concepts behind these questions and will share a comprehensive framework for implementing “Leave no one behind” in the rural WASH context. Three examples from the field will showcase the implementation of “Leave no one behind”: Kalpana Dishwa, Nepal-Finland cooperation will present the role of local governments in Nepal, Rochelle Holm, Mzuzu University will look at disability in WASH in Malawi and Thavin So, WaterAid will present a Gender Transformative Framework in Cambodia. As the webinar facilitator, Sara Ahrari, Simavi will provide her reflections on the presentations from an inclusive and sustainable WASH services perspective. Join us to share your understanding and experiences for “Leaving no one behind” in rural water supply.
    Register here for the webinar series in English: zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fdI-9RUSRciYum2COSP6Kw
    Find more information here: rural-water-supply.net/en/resources/details/847

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  3. In recent decades, climate data has dramatically increased in volume and complexity. However, the funding for climate modelling and the quality and quantity of climate data available is very variable on a global scale. Besides, in East-Africa, despite the increasing volume of climate information, there remains important gaps between the information held and produced by scientific institutions and that is required to inform decision making.

    This webinar attempts to shed light on the challenges and opportunities for producing and disseminating climate data that is relevant for practitioners and policy makers in East-Africa. It will discuss how climate and hydrological data and knowledge are produced by scientists; how policy makers and practitioners use climate data for short and long-term decision making and planning; and what are the barriers to the (co-)production and up-take of relevant, accessible, and usable data for long term development, adaptation and poverty reduction in East-Africa.

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  4. This seminar aims to explore the complex relationships between poverty dynamics, land vulnerability and water security in fragile environments in Ethiopia and Kenya. The speakers will present and review the success of different approaches, combining natural science, social science and gender perspectives, to support the rehabilitation of degraded landscapes and improve access to water for WASH, agriculture and other productive uses. Speaker presentations will be followed by a discussion on the role of the public and private sectors in supporting the sustainable uptake of these activities, and on the replicability and scalability of these approaches.

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  5. Rural populations are increasingly served by larger utility-like service providers. Such utilities come in different shapes, sizes, ownership and mandates, providing an expected pathways to more sustainable service.
    This webinar will explore drivers behind the emergence of rural utility models, institutional arrangements and ways to strengthen accountability under such models. Based on examples from Africa and Eastern Europe, the conversation will explore the opportunities and challenges for such rural utilities.

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