A CSE-Down To Earth Media Briefing in Africa, 2018 AFRICA: STATE OF SANITATION

August 15, 2018

August 15-17, 2018
Venue: Ngong Hills Hotel, Nairobi
Bio-CV of speakers

Sahr Kemoh
Regional Lead, WASH Specialist (Hygiene and Sanitation), UNICEF, Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office. Specifically responsible for the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of systems aiming at enhanced governance of the WASH institutions
skemoh@unicef.org

Vincent Ouma
Coordinator, KEWASNET, Nairobi, Kenya Consolidate a strong network that engages government agents and coordinates engagement of partners, such as nongovernmental organizations and community- based organizations at regional and national levels for water and sewerage issues
v.ouma@kewasnet.co.ke

H.E. Moses Mulomi
Deputy Governor, Busia County Particularity interested in water supply, quality evaluation, sewerage network and management

Patrick Alubbe
Executive Director at Kenya Water for Health Organization (KWAHO). He has his background in Water Engineering (BSC Water Engineering) and a master in Organizational Leadership (MOL) a field that he has worked for the last 30 years. He is a member of Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Kenya
p.alubbe@kwaho.org

Mary Olute
County Executive Committee Member (CECM), Health, Siaya County Very active role in improving sanitation in Siaya County and make it open defecation free

Ibrahim Kabole
Country Director, Water Aid, Tanzania Actively working for public health systems strengthening and integrated development of health through better management of water and sanitation
IbrahimKabole@wateraid.org

ChiChi Aniagolu-Okoye
Country Head, Water Aid, Nigeria. Sociologist with over 20 years’ experience in Development, ChiChi is presently the Country Director of WaterAid Nigeria, a non-profit organisation, dedicated to improving water and sanitation for the most marginalised people across the world
chinedumOkoye@wateraid.org

William Wasonga
Lecturer, Kenya Water Institute. Trained engineer in water and sanitation sector. Over five years of experience and currently involved in active research in water and sanitation in Water Sanitation and Health issues
wilywas@yahoo.com

 
 

Agenda

Speakers

Presentations
The coping mechanisms: are they working?
By: ChiChi Aniagolu-Okoye (PhD)
Country Director
WaterAid Nigeria
Road Map to Open Defecation Free County
By: H.E  Moses Okhoba Mulomi 
Deputy Governor 
Busia County 
The Challenge of Sanitation Media Briefing on Sanitation in Africa
By: Ibrahim Kabole, MD
Country Director, WaterAid Tanzania
Kenya Water for Health Organization
By: Patrick Alubbe
Executive Director
Africa Sanitation
By: Richard Mahapatra
CSE
State of Sanitation in Africa A CSE – Down to Earth Media Briefing in Africa
By: Sahr Kemoh
UNICEF ESARO
Water wisdom for a climaterisked fast urbanizing and still inequitable world
By: Susmita Sengupta
CSE
Siaya County: State of Santitation
By: Mary Olute
County Executive Committee Member (CECM), Health, Siaya County