The scarcity of water and sewage present themselves as global systemic risks in people’s lives impacting, not only on public health, but on education, employability and social mobility among others. The SDG 6 and the human rights for drinking water and sanitation (HRWS) provide a people-centered approach to sustainable development in countries at all levels of development. Solving water-related problems is a basic requirement for other development actions, sharing prosperity and sustainability. Considering these aspects, this theme, discussed as the following topics, aims to discuss the development and implementation of effective models of water supply and sanitation services, with technical innovations, financing processes and social and environmental aspects that strengthen public health and the living conditions of the population.
The theme will comprise the following 3 topics and 5 sessions:
Topic 11 – Water for all
Session 111. The Human Right to Water: Service Accessibility and Affordability
Session 112. Safe Water in Slums
Topic 12 – Integrated sanitation for all
Session 121. City Wide Inclusive Sanitation
Session 122. Rural Water and Sanitation
Theme 13 – Water and Health
Session 131. Innovation in water and health
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