World Water Forum Marseille 2012
The 6th World Water Forum: Regional Process Europe will be held on 12-17 of March, 2012 in Marseille, France
29.11.2011 | WECF
The 6th World Water Forum Marseille 2012: Regional Process Europe will be held on 12-17 of March, 2012 in Marseille, France.
The goal of the 6th World Water Forum is to tackle the challenges our world is facing and to bring water high on all political agendas.
WECF is a part of the working group "Give access to the drinking water and sanitation services for the European underprivileged populations".
WECF's solutions have been accepted on the Solutions for Water platform
- "Equitable Access to Sustainable School Sanitation"
- "Equitable access to sanitation for rural population through UDDT"
- "Water Safety Plans involving schools"
To download a UNECE-WHO Protocol on Water and Health, please click here.
To read the provisional programme, click here.
To learn more about the 6th World Water Forum, please visit World Water Forum Marseille'12.
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