Posters, Presentations and Workshop during FSM4 in Chennai, India
Do you know what shit flow diagrams are? Meet the SFD Promotion Initiative at FSM4!
The SFD Promotion Initiative is present at FSM4 and has prepared posters, presentations and a workshop, so you can learn more about the approach and the tools.
Monday, 20 February, 16:00 - 17:30 at Sembian Annex 2 (Track: Industry 1.4: FSM Knowledge Management)
1.4.3. Institutional Capacity Building of Ganga Basin Cities for their journey beyond ODF. Rohilla, S. et al.
Tuesday, 21 February, 10:30 – 12:00 at Rajendra 8 (Track: Industry 2.1: Tools and Planning)
2.1.1. Tools for faecal sludge management planning in small towns: case study of Bignona, Senegal. Sonko, E.M. and Stande, L.
2.1.2. Tool for the assessment and development of sustainable city-wide FSM Services. Scott, R. et al.
Wednesday, 22 February, 10 :30 – 12:00 at Rajendra 8 (Track: Industry 3.1: Learning from Research)
3.1.1. Findings of the shit flow diagram developed for the city of Durban, South Africa. Sindall, R.
3.1.2. Lessons learnt from developing SFDs at scale. Furlong, C. et al.
- Predicting the impact of sanitation investment projects on the Sanitation Service Chain using excreta flow diagrams (SFDs). L. Fernandez Martinez, C. Furlong, R.E. Scott (Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), Loughborough University)
- Using Excreta Flow Diagrams (SFDs) As An Integral Part Of City Wide Sanitation Planning For Indian Cities. CSE
Online and Stockholm, Sweden
On Friday 26, at 14:00 CEST, a live stream of the SFD Exchange meeting in Stockholm will be available. The meeting is aimed at sharing cases where the underlying thinking of the SFD approach has stimulated and structured discussions about urban sanitation, the design of project proposals and research questions; and has changed the discourse around sanitation.
On Wednesday 26, afternoon, attendees of the Stockholm World Water Week will have an additional opportunity to learn more about the SFD approach. During the side event Sustainable City Sanitation: from planning to implementation, one table will the dedicated to debate the SFD approach and its potential as an advocacy and decision-support tool for integrated urban excreta management in cities.
Do you want to learn more about SFD? Then join our side event at the Stockholm World Water Week! The SFD Promotion Initiative is hosting an event on Wednesday, August 26. Members of all partner institutions will be there to explain the SFD approach. You will have the opportunity to understand how SFDs are made and what they are used for, pose questions and join a round table discussion. Don’t miss it!
We are happy to announce a SFD Side Event on 27th May during the 4th AfricaSan Conference in Dakar, Senegal. All participants of the conference are cordially invited to join this side event.
The SFD Promotion Initiative will meet on 28 and 29 May 2015 after the 4th AfricaSan Conference (invitation only).