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NWSA International Conference Day 1

The Nigerian Water Supply Association’s inaugural International Conference kicked off yesterday July 2nd 2018 at the Sheraton Hotel, Abuja, with meeting of some key professional groups and networks, such as the Forum of CEO’s of Water Supply & Sanitation Utilities, the Network of Professional Women in Water & Sanitation, and the, Young Water & Sanitation“NWSA International Conference Day 1”

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CEOs X-Ray Challenges and Proffer Solutions for Financially Viable WATSAN Utilities

The forum of CEOs of Water and Sanitation Utilities in Nigeria had a special session to discuss and propose solutions to the challenges of attaining sustainability of water utilities. The CEO/MD of the Lagos State Water Corporation(LSWC), Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus, the lead speaker for the forum meeting emphasised that all water utilities could be self-sustaining“CEOs X-Ray Challenges and Proffer Solutions for Financially Viable WATSAN Utilities”

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Women Tasked on Professionalism in Water, Sanitation Sector

Leading women professionals under the auspices of Network of Women Professionals in Water and Sanitation have met in Abuja at the National Water Supply Association International conference holding at the Sheraton hotel to discuss issues affecting their profession and development of the sector. A brief introduction on the network was done by the Secretary Ms.“Women Tasked on Professionalism in Water, Sanitation Sector”

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Challenges of Operationalizing Water Services Regulation in Kaduna State

You are invited to a Live Webinar on the “Challenges of Operationalizing Water Services Regulation in Kaduna State”, holding at the 1st International Conference on Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), organized by the Nigerian Water Supply Association (NWSA). The webinar demonstrates the effort of the Nigeria Urban WASH Community of Practice, supported by the USAID funded WASH Coordination Project (WCP), to“Challenges of Operationalizing Water Services Regulation in Kaduna State”

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Urban Drinking Water Challenge 2018

The Urban Drinking Water Challenge 2018 is a global innovation competition that commits up to $1,000,000 to deploy and invest in scalable water solutions for tomorrow’s megacities. Three winners will be showcased at World Water Week in Stockholm. Additional funding and visibility opportunities are available to startups through the program’s Imagine H2O Asia Track. Register for“Urban Drinking Water Challenge 2018”

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USAID-funded WCP Builds Capacity of Bauchi and Kaduna State Water Utilities

To increase Bauchi and Kaduna residents’ access to improved water and sanitation services, the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Coordination Project (WCP) is building the capacity of Bauchi and Kaduna water agency staff on critical governance and technical areas. The WCP Team conducted an organizational capacity assessment exercise for the water agencies, which led the“USAID-funded WCP Builds Capacity of Bauchi and Kaduna State Water Utilities”

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BSWSC Success Story – Board of Directors Appointment

SUCCESS STORY Advancing Water Governance Reforms in Bauchi with the Formation of a Board of Directors for the Bauchi State Water and Sewerage Corporation   Members of the Board of Directors at the WCP organized corporate governance orientation retreat in March 2018 The water sector in Bauchi State recently experienced a major improvement with the“BSWSC Success Story – Board of Directors Appointment”

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WCP holds joint orientation retreat for Bauchi, Kaduna water corporation Boards of Directors

The USAID funded WASH Coordination Project (WCP) on the 6th of March commenced a 3-day joint orientation retreat for the members of the Boards of Directors of both Kaduna State Water Corporation (KADSWAC) and the Bauchi State Water and Sewerage Corporation (BSWSC). The retreat is designed to support both the newly appointed members of both Boards“WCP holds joint orientation retreat for Bauchi, Kaduna water corporation Boards of Directors”

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