Sustainable Sanitation Alliance

The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) is an informal network of people and organisations who share a common vision on sustainable sanitation and who want to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular SDG6. The SuSanA with its library, project database and discussion forum – is an important resource for anyone wanting to explore the possibilities of sustainable sanitation.

 

Regional Chapter West Asia and North Africa

As most resources and in particularly training materials are not adapted to the Middle Eastern context, and are available in English only, they are inaccessible for the Arabic speaking communities, NGOs, refugee camp managers and other key stakeholders affected by the recent crisis.

 

The SuSanA regional chapter provides different functionalities of the chapter, including relevant publications in Arabic, open source training materials, topics for discussion

 

By conceptualizing and initiating a SuSanA Regional Chapter for the West Asia and North Africa (WANA), cewas Middle East develops and strengthens the capacities of organisations and individuals in the sustainable sanitation sector in the Middle East and increase the resilience of vulnerable populations.

 

Local practitioners, SuSanA members and partners from the Middle East have the opportunity to use the Regional Chapter as a sounding board for their activities, access the regional library and use the platform to connect and share experiences. Through combined resources and knowledge exchange, higher impact and efficiency can be achieved.

 

Join SuSanA and the WANA Chapter!

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Join -for free- one of the largest groups of experts in the field of sustainable sanitation, and get the following advantages:

  • Access to one of the largest libraries in the field, and download for free any of its content (Presentations from various conferences, training materials, technical drawings, design guidelines, and different knowledge materials for students, university professors, engineers, practitioners, decision makers, and whoever interested in the field)
  • Participate in discussions with experts in the field from all over the world and the WANA region. There are 13 thematic working groups covering the whole sector. 
  • Access to complete case studies and projects profiles from all over the world, in addition to knowing the current projects in the region and the available opportunities to join them. 
  • Join SuSanA’s mailing list, and get to know about upcoming events and job opportunities.
  • And many other advantages.
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