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Fifth session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health

19 - 21 November 2019

Belgrade, Serbia

Day 1 - Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Side Event ENGRUS
19 November 2019 (13:45-14:45)
1Ten years of achievements in improving governance for water and health under the European Union Water Initiative National Policy Dialogues – achievements, lessons learned and remaining challenges (coordinated by UNECE)PDFPDF
2Story telling about WASH in schools and health care facilities (coordinated by Serbia)PDF-
3Climate resilient water and sanitation safety planning (coordinated by Netherlands)PDF-
Climate change effect on water and sanitation : the case of Rome water supply, Mr. Luca Lucentini and Mr. Pasqualino Rossi, ItalyPDF-
Overview of All card-setsPDF-
A tool to strengthen water and sanitation interventions under Climate Change, Mr. Cees Van de Guchte and Ms. Eline Boelee, DELTARES/AGWAPDF-
HANDS-on Climate resilient water and sanitation safety planning, NetherlandsPDF-

Day 2 - Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Side Event ENGFRERUS
20 November 2019 (9:00-10:00)
4The Nordic-Baltic network on water and health - Experiences from the Nordic-Baltic cooperation (coordinated by Norway)PDF--
Preparedness among water utilities – Norwegian experience of a crisis support team from the (nearly) first three years of operation, Ms. Susanne Hyllestad, NorwayPDF--
The Lithuanian experience from the 6th Nordic-Baltic meeting in Vilnius, Ms. Natalha Sliachtic, LithuaniaPDF--
Solving tasks under the Programme area 2 – how we used the network for preparations for risk-based drinking water surveillance document, Ms. Susanne Hyllestad, NorwayPDF--
The Nordic-Baltic network on water and health – experiences from the Nordic-Baltic cooperation, Mr. Kjetil Tveitan, NorwayPDF--
Interpretation of the EU Drinking Water Directive, Mr. Anders Bekkelund, NorwayPDF--
20 November 2019 (13:45-14:45)
5Because we all count: ensuring equitable access to water and sanitation (coordinated by France)PDFPDF-
Main impacts of applying the Equitable Access Score-Card under the Protocol on Water and Health, Ms. Biljana Filipovic, SerbiaPDF--
Armenian experience on equitable access to water and sanitation in the context of the Protocol on Water and Health, Ms. Emma Anakhasyan, AWHHEPDF--
Legal mapping to impove equitable access to water and sanitation, Ms. Geraldine Gene, WaterLexPDF--
Lessons learned working with International Financial Institutions (IFIs) on Equitable Access to Water and Sanitation, Ms. Barbara Mateo, Expert on the Rights to Water and SanitationPDF--
6Promoting risk-based approaches in drinking water management - experiences and existing approaches in the Pan-European region (coordinated by Hungary)

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Programme area 2.2 – Drinking water quality surveillance, Ms. Alena Drazdova, BelarusPDF--
Risk-based approaches, Mr. Oliver Schmoll, WHO Regional Office for EuropePDF--
7Tools for safe management of small-scale water supplies in the pan-European region (coordinated by Germany)PDF--
Safe management of small-scale water supplies, Ms. Enkhtsetseg Shinee, WHO Regional Office for EuropePDF--
Water Safety Plan – Sanitation Safety Plan, FinlandPDF--

Day 3 - Thursday, 21 November 2019

Side Event ENGRUS
21 November 2019 (13:15-14:15)
8Financing water and sanitation services (coordinated by Portugal)PDFPDF
Financing Water and Sanitation Services, Ms. Ana Barreto Albuquerque, PortugalPDF-
Costing and Financing of small-scale water and sanitation services, Ms. Catarina Fonseca and Mr. Stef Smits, IRCPDF-
Challenges and opportunities for sustainable water services in the Danube Region, Mr. Raimund Mair, World BankPDF-
9Legionnaires’ disease surveillance and prevention in the pan-European region (coordinated by France)PDF-
Legionellosis in the pan-European region and in the context of the Protocol on Water and Health, Ms. Enkhtsetseg Shinee, WHO Regional Office for EuropePDF-
Legionella bacteria surveillance in France and Europe, Ms. Sophie Jarraud, FrancePDF-
Legionnaires’ Disesesurveillancein Italy, Ms. Maria Luisa Ricci, ItalyPDF-
Regulatory framework of legionellosis prevention in Hungary, Ms. Marta Vargha, HungaryPDF-
Waste water treatment plants as sources of Legionellosis and possible interventions in the Netherlands,
Mr. Willemijn Lodder, Ms. Lucie Vermeulen, Ms. Petra Brandsema, Mr. Harold van den Berg, Ms. Ana Maria de Roda Husman, Netherlands
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A tool to identify sources oof Legionella contamination, Mr. Pierre Studer, SwitzerlandPDF-
Legionnaires’ diseasesurveillance and preventionin the Czech RepublicPDF-
10Innovation in compliance: the Consultation Process under the Protocol on Water and Health (coordinated by Earthjustice)PDF-