Emergency Environmental Health Forum 2005

A makeshift camp outside of Nyala, South DarfurThe Second Emergency Environmental Health Forum was held in April 2005 at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in April by the Interagency Water,

The objective of the Forum was to encourage the exchange of field level experiences and strengthen the humanitarian agency institutional memory. It also aimed to keep field staff up to date with current research and evaluation findings and help to identify subjects in the emergency environmental

Several agencies who responded to the emergency situation created by the Tsunami and its aftermath in Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka also passed on their experiences.

The Forum was organised for all the main NGO's and UN agencies working in implementing water, sanitation and hygiene promotion programmes in emergencies as well as institutions who are involved in research and development in this sector.

The programme for the 2005 forum can still be downloaded here as a pdf. To download the PDF, click here.

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