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Chickens and cows do not use toilets: What can
we do about it?
- A workshoptoidentify WaSHandOneHealthsynergiesand
solutio...
Why are we interested in this at SEI?
• Greater awareness of linkages between WaSH and One Health
• Collection of inputs for a SEI Discussion Brief summarizing ...
Workshop program
10.00 - 10.10 Introduction and poll/quiz
Sarah Dickin and Linus Dagerskog, SEI
10.10 - 10.45 Background p...
Name Organization
Sophie Boisson
Kate Medlicott
WHO
Alejandro Jimenez StockholmInternational Water Institute (SIWI)
Malin ...
Conventional WaSH:
Protecthuman health through access to water, sanitation and hygiene(focus on human excreta)
Additional ...
Next steps and closing
• Opportunity for last reflections
• Workshop summary report
• Engagewith the Sweden One Health net...
THANK YOU!!
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Chickens and cows do not use toilets: What can we do about it?

Workshop introduction by Sarah Dickin and Linus Dagerskog, SEI, 2020-11-25

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Chickens and cows do not use toilets: What can we do about it?

  1. 1. Chickens and cows do not use toilets: What can we do about it? - A workshoptoidentify WaSHandOneHealthsynergiesand solutionstodealwithrisksfromlivestockhusbandryand animalexcreta 2020-11-25
  2. 2. Why are we interested in this at SEI?
  3. 3. • Greater awareness of linkages between WaSH and One Health • Collection of inputs for a SEI Discussion Brief summarizing key messages for practitioners • Identification of gaps in policy/practice/research that could potentially be developed into a funding proposal for those interested in continuing collaboration • Identification of entry points for the WaSH sector to learn from and engage with existing One Health networks in Sweden and internationally Workshop aims
  4. 4. Workshop program 10.00 - 10.10 Introduction and poll/quiz Sarah Dickin and Linus Dagerskog, SEI 10.10 - 10.45 Background presentations Sophie Boisson, WHO / JohannaLindahl,ILRI/SLU/UU / Björn Vinnerås, SLU 10.45 - 10.50 Leg stretcher 10.50 - 11.20 20 minutes Miro/breakout group + 10 minutes joint discussion Breakout session1: Discussionon potential interventions Controllinganimals/ Protecting humans/ Managing excreta 11.20 - 11.45 15 minutes Miro/breakout group + 10 minutes joint discussion Breakout session2: Discussionon gaps and ways forwards Policy and practice / Research 11.45 - 12.00 Wrapping up/concluding remarks Sarah Dickin, SEI
  5. 5. Name Organization Sophie Boisson Kate Medlicott WHO Alejandro Jimenez StockholmInternational Water Institute (SIWI) Malin Gustafsson Vi-Agroforestry/SIWI JulienneRoux Global Water Partnership(GWP) Kelly Elimian Karolinska Institutet (KI) Ana Gren Eva Ohlsson Swedish InternationalDevelopmentAgency(Sida) JenniferSjölund International FoundationforScience (IFS) Björn Vinnerås Department of Energy and Technology,SLU Jess Haynie-Lavelle Forest,Climate, and Livelihoodresearch network(FOCALI) Johanna Lindahl International LivestockResearch Institute (ILRI)/SLU/UppsalaUniversity Klara Fischer Alin Kadfak Department of Rural and Urban Development,SLU Elisabeth Rajala Department of Biomedical Science and VeterinaryPublicHealth, SLU Kristina Osbjer Department of Clinical Sciences, SLU Sarah Dickin (facilitator) Linus Dagerskog (facilitator) Feben Javan Abraham (intern) SEI Madeleine Fogde (facilitator) Magdalena Knobel(intern/facilitator) SIANI/SEI WaSH/ Health Vet/Ag/Env WaSH/ Health/Ag/ Env
  6. 6. Conventional WaSH: Protecthuman health through access to water, sanitation and hygiene(focus on human excreta) Additional WASH measures to support One Health: 1. Reducing pathogen transmission between animals and humans through complementary sanitation/hygiene measures (protecting both animal and human health) 2. Reducing environmentalload and enhancing resourcerecovery fromanimalexcreta 3. Reducing environmentalload and enhancing resourcerecovery fromhuman sanitation systems Environmental health Animal health Human health WASH 1 2 3 SophieJohanna Björn WaSH and One Health
  7. 7. Next steps and closing • Opportunity for last reflections • Workshop summary report • Engagewith the Sweden One Health network, engagewith global One Health networks • Collection of inputs for a SEI Discussion Brief summarizing key messages for practitioners • Identification of gaps in policy/practice/research that could potentially be developed into a funding proposal for those interested in continuing collaboration o The Ascend Learning and Innovation Fund Accelerating the control and elimination of neglected tropical diseases in West and Central Africa. o Swedish development research call
  8. 8. THANK YOU!!

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