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Humanitarian WASH Research Updates: Researching the Value of Coordination

A group of people collect water from a trough using yellow bidons.
Mark Njoroge / Save the Children
8:00am - 9:00am ET
Tufts University and the Global WASH Cluster

Coordination is crucial to enable humanitarian response and recent research has been conducted showing the benefits of coordination, a theory of change and minimum requirements for coordination, and thoughts on improving coordination in the future. Join Tufts University and the Global WASH Cluster for a short summary of the research followed by Q&A and discussion. The webinar will be moderated by Daniele Lantagne and Autumn Ofenstein of Tufts University. Speakers include:

  • Monica Ramos, Global WASH Cluster
  • Aliocha Salagnac, Global WASH Cluster
  • Travis Yates, USAID/BHA
  • Camille Heylen, Tufts University