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Friday, 30 April 2021
16:00 - 17:00 UTC

User Centred Community Engagement in WASH

In 2017, the Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF) launched a challenge to pilot rapid community engagement for user-centred sanitation. Four projects were launched, each with a commitment to take users’ ideas and feedback on board and act upon them.

Four years later, this side event brings together the project partners who implemented the four HIF projects; User Centred Community Engagement (UCCE), led by Save the Children, Oxfam and Eclipse Experience, Welthungerhilfe, with design consultancy Snook, and Qatar Red Crescent Society, with the aim of discussing their learning and the challenges for scaling up user centred design within the WASH sector.

Please join us to add your experiences and ideas to the topic of user centred community engagement and learn from the experiences of the agencies listed above.

Presenters

Abraham Varampath (Save the Children)

Michelle Farrington (OXFAM)

Organisation

Save the Children, OXFAM

Useful links / additional materials online (if applicable):

User-centred engagement for child-friendly sanitation design in rapid-onset emergencies

Sign up for the Global Wash Cluster event

Main Event Concept Note and Agenda Dates 19th - 23rd April 2021 – from 14h30-17h00 CEST each day

Please note that registration is required in order to participate - final confirmations for participation will be sent to your email by Wednesday 14th April.

 

Thanks for your registration, we will keep you informed by email.