5th international BNS Workshop Bremen Sep. 2009

5th International BORDA BNS Workshop "Improving Emergency Sanitation"

Bremen, September 10 2009


Content of the following downloads:

> Programme of the Workshop
> DEWATS EmSan Brochure
> Summary of the Workshop

> Welcome Address and Introduction
(C. Bruns, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen / A. Ulrich, BORDA)

> Block 1 Challenges of Emergency Sanitation
(C. Buckley, UKZN / S. Sugden, LSHTM)

> Block 2 Conventional and Good Sanitation Practices for Emergency Sanitation
(W. Hensen, GRC / T. Forster, OXFAM / J. Haucke, CIM/VAWR / S. Aung, Malteser int. / P. Shanahan, CARE int. / J. Moldenhauer, THW)

> Block 3 New Developments & Innovations in the Sector of Emergency Sanitation
(M. Fodge, SEI / T. Baetens, CSR / P. Ekasanti, BORDA / A. Ulrich, BORDA)


00_01 Programme        


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Programme Expert Workshop:
Improving Emergency Sanitation

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00_02 EmSan Brochure      


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Introduction and Background Information
Bremen, September 10th, 2009
EmSan Brochure

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00_03 Summary

 
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Summary of the Workshop

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01 Christian Bruns      

 
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Welcome Adress and Introduction

Christian Bruns
Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, Germany


02 Andreas Ulrich

 
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Welcome Address and Introduction

Introduction: Improving emergency sanitation

Andreas Ulrich
BORDA, Germany

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Block 1 Challenges of Emergency Sanitation

03 Prof Chris Buckley

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Block 1
Challenges of Emergency Sanitation

Title: The threat for public health in emergencies caused by
insufficient sanitation. Problems and advantages of existing
infrastructure options for wastewater treatment of human
exceta.

Prof. Chris Buckley
University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal, South Africa

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04 Steven Sudgen     

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Block 1
Challenges of Emergency Sanitation

Title: Similarities between emergencies and slum sanitation and the work of LSHTM in the cities

Steven Sugden
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), United Kingdom

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Block 2 Conventional and Good Sanitation Practices for Emergency Sanitation

 

05 Wilhelm Hensen

 
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Block 2
Conventional and Good Sanitation
Practices for Emergencies

Title: German Red Cross rapid and temporary Emergency Sanitation solutions

Wilhelm Hensen
German Red Cross (DRK), Germany

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06 Tim Forster     

 
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Block 2
Conventional and Good Sanitation
Practices for Emergencies

Title: Emergency Sanitation in rural and urban flood settings

Tim Forster
OXFAM, United Kingdom

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07 Joerg Haucke

 
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Block 2
Conventional and Good Sanitation
Practices for Emergencies

Title: Sanitation Center for rehablitation measures

Joerg Haucke
VAWR, Vietnam

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08 San Shwe Aung

 
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Block 2
Conventional and Good Sanitation
Practices for Emergencies

Title: Post-disaster Emergency Sanitation: Examples from Myanmar
and Sri Lanka

San ShweAung
Malteser International, Myanmar

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09 Paul Shanahan

 
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Block 2
Conventional and Good Sanitation
Practices for Emergencies

Title: Practices of Emergency Sanitation

Paul Shanahan
CARE International, Australia

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10 Jan Moldenhauer

 
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Block 2
Conventional and Good Sanitation
Practices for Emergencies

Title: Drinking Water Treatment and Sanitation in Emergency Camps

Jan Moldenhauer
Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW), Germany

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Block 3 New Developments & Innovations in the Sector of Emergency Sanitation

 

11 Madeleine Fogde

 
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Block 3
New developments & Innovations in the Sector of Emergency Sanitation

Title: Capacity development for Emergency Saintation.

Madeleine Fodge
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Sweden

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12 Baetens CSR


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Block 3
New developments & Innovations in the Sector of Emergency Sanitation

Title: Utilization of Ferrocement as sanitation hardware in emergencies.

Tency Baetens
Centre of Scientific Research (CSR), India

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13 Ekasanti BORDA

 
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Block 3
New developments & Innovations in the Sector of Emergency Sanitation

Title: Utilization of fibre plastic (GRP) as sanitation hardware in emergencies.

Prawisti Ekasanti
BORDA, Indonesia

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14 Andreas Ulrich

 
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Block 3
New developments & Innovations in the Sector of Emergency Sanitation

Title: Design, manufacturing and field testing of pre-fabricated DEWATS

Andreas Ulrich
BORDA, Germany

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