Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Join us in Stockholm

End Water Poverty will be at World Water Week in Stockholm this August. The week is well attended by civil society and members of our coalition, so it's an ideal opportunity to meet together to further strengthen our movement for change, and bring an end to the water and sanitation crisis.

End Water Poverty members will be hosting a special event for civil society, and we really hope you can be there!

Details: Tuesday August 23rd 2011
9am - 10.30am
Location: At the main conference venue, room: K13

Facilitators:
Rolien Sasse, Simavi (Netherlands)
Rudy Amenga-Etego, Grassroots Africa (Ghana) ANEW representative
Yakub Hossain, Village Education Resource Centre (Bangladesh) and a FANSA representative

Please note that only registered attendees of World Water Week can attend this meeting.

End Water Poverty is a growing movement for change with members all over the world. In March 350,000 people globally joined the 'World Walks for Water' action. And we have exciting campaign moments approaching including Crisis Talks and World Water Day 2012.

Come to our lively and interactive meeting to meet other organisations campaigning on WASH, and find out more about the Sanitation and Water for All partnership, and national and global campaign actions for the year ahead.

http://www.endwaterpoverty.org
http://www.worldwaterweek.org

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