Sanitation Community of Practice (SanCoP)

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Sanitation Community of Practice (SanCoP)

The UK sanitation community of practice (SanCoP) is an initiative convened by WEDC, IWA and BPD through a series of sanitation workshops. The aim is to strengthen the UK sanitation sector and provide a forum for learning and debate. More specifically SanCoP aims to

  • Share evidence-based knowledge and experience
  • Encourage the participation of younger professionals
  • Stimulate innovation and learning in science, practice learning and exchange of experiences
  • Provide an opportunity for networking, inter-generational learning and mentoring
  • Encourage multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral dialogue

SanCoP events bring together a wide range of professionals with an interest in sanitation from academic and research institutions, NGOs, public and private organisations. Participants’ backgrounds’ include engineering, public health, social and political science, economics and urban development disciplines. SanCoP workshops take place twice a year under Chatham House rules allowing lively debate on topical sanitation issues.

This wiki looks to provide a database of resources that may be of use to our members with the SanCoP UK LinkedIn page acting as a source for topical debate.

Forthcoming Meetings
Past Meetings
Sanitation Resources

For more information or to join the Sanitation Community of Practice please contact SanCop (SanCopuk@gmail.com)

Members will receive updates about forthcoming meetings, can access the contact details of the SanCop members and can participate in the discussion forum related to these meetings. 

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Created by Victoria Beddow on 2010/07/21 09:10

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