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CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF SANITATION SERVICE DELIVERY IN AFRICA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Thursday, 28 May 2020
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Focus of the Panel

The aim of the webinar is to allow panelists to share their experiences in operationalizing their service in the context of the actions taken as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. To express their difficulties in achieving their goals in terms of delivering safe and sustainable services to populations. To share their prospects if the situation were to last for months. To make suggestions on what could be done to improve their daily work.

Expected results

At the end of the panel, participants across the region will be able to assess the situation of sanitation service delivery in countries other than their own. Take advantage of the experiences presented and orient their operations differently.

Participants in this session will have a better perception of the major challenges facing sanitation workers and the service delivery as a whole chain that can jeopardize their performance, as well as concrete and appropriate African solutions that will contribute to improving the performance of businesses in the current situation.

Panelists:

  1. Eva Muhia, President of the Kenyan Association of pit emptiers and Vice President of Pan African Association of Sanitation Actors (PASA), Kenya;
  2. Dr Najib Lukooya Bateganya, Deputy Director, Environment and Sanitation, KCCA, Uganda;
  3. Lungi Zuma, eThekwini Water and Sanitation Unit (EWS) of the Municipality of Durban MM, South Africa;
  4. Mayumbelo K., Progam Manager, LSWC, Zambia.

Moderator:

  • Professor Ives Kengne, Senior Sanitation Coordinator of the AfWA.

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