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  • CGSW Presentations at SIWI World Water Week 2020

    Tools to support climate-smart sanitation decision-making for the urban poor

    Wednesday, Aug. 26 2020

    New tools enable tracking of waterborne pathogens through the sanitation chain, mapping of emissions, fecal exposure assessment, and examination of climate-resilient infrastructure. Users can run scenarios to visualize pathogen loading, allowing engineers and planners to examine the impact of infrastructure interventions and control measures on exposure and disease.

    Station 2: SaniPath (Emory University). SaniPath identifies high-risk pathways of exposure to fecal contamination in the urban environment based on behavioral and environmental microbiology data collection.


    Direct Link to join: https://msu.zoom.us/j/99627895611 ; Meeting ID: 996 2789 5611; Passcode: 759211

    Salinity in drinking water: Good or bad for nutrition and health? 

    Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020 1

    WASAG: Actions for Water and Nutrition Security


    Claudia Ringler (IFPRI, WLE & WASAG): Introduction to the session

    Jennie Barron (SLU & WASAG)/ WASAG Working Group on Water and Nutrition: The Why and the What!

    Claire Chase (World Bank) Guidance on nutrition-sensitive irrigation and water resources development

    Abu Mohammed Naser Titu (Emory University): Salinity in drinking water: Good or bad for nutrition and health?

    Vivienne Nakakinda Wabwile (Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Uganda) – Discussant – Q&A


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