Connecting the systems dots: SNV at the #AllSystemsGo symposium

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On 12-14 March, #AllSystemsGo for WASH sector professionals as they are joined in the Hague by representatives from the broader development sector to explore diverse perceptions and understanding on “how systems approaches can help build sustainable and expanded WASH services around the world.”

The symposium — organised by IRC with partners — seeks to: “stimulate more holistic thinking to help reveal opportunities for systemic change in the WASH sector.”

It will serve as a platform for WASH practitioners, including SNV’s own WASH team, to explore diverse connections in the systems dots.

Concretely, the SNV team will draw attention to several topic areas, based on SNV’s long-term presence in countries, and the rich evidence its former and current staff have compiled in the more recent years.



Date, Time and Place

SNV presenter

Results-based financing of WASH programmes: opportunities and lessons

based on our SSH4A RP experience, supported by UKAID

Tuesday 12 March | 16:00-17:00 | Room F3

Antoinette Kome (Global Sector Coordinator, WASH)

Leaving no one behind through the application of a GESI (Gender Equality and Social Inclusion) lens

based on an approach we’re co-implementing in the WASH SDG consortium programme, supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands

Wednesday 13 March | 10:30-12:30 | Room GP6

Sharon Roose (WASH Advisor, SNV in the Netherlands)

Strengthening post-construction water supply services in rural areas by inspiring quality and accountable water entrepreneurship

based on the iWET consortium project led by SNV and implemented in Tigray, Ethiopia, supported by the AfAS Foundation

Wednesday 13 March | 10:30-12:00 | Room SW4

Yemane Gebreegziabher (iWET Project Manager, SNV in Ethiopia)

Strengthening and sustaining collective action efforts to realise scalable sanitation and hygiene outcomes

based on the Uganda Sanitation for Health Activity [S4H] consortium project led by Tetra Tech, with SNV as member, supported by USAID

Thursday 14 March | 10:30-12:30 | Room GP11

Lillian Nabasirye (S4H Technical Director, SNV in Uganda)