UNC Water & Health Conference November 2014 Presentations and Poster


  • Why WASH Matters for Improved Child Health, Nutrition & Growth: A Knowledge Sharing Event, 2014. A presentation by Julia Rosenbaum in Bangladesh. (Presentation, pdf)

World Water Week 2014

  • Are You Still Pouring Your Post-2015 Water Investments Down the Drain?Stockholm World Water Week, September 2, 2014. Hanna Woodburn, Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing; Orlando Hernandez, USAID WASHplus Project; Jane Wilbur, WaterAid; Corrie Kramer, Plan USA.(Presentation, pdf)

CORE Group Fall Meeting 

  • Cooking Should Nurture, Cooking Shouldn’t Kill(Presentation, pdf)
  • How Can We Keep More Girls in Schools? Mainstreaming Menstrual Hygiene Management in Zambia. Sarah Fry and Febby Busiku, WASHplus and SPLASH, FHI 360. (Presentation, pdf)
  • More than Just Toilets: Sanitation within USAID’s 2013 - 2018 Water and Development Strategy(Presentation, pdf)


  • USAID/WASHplus Bangladesh: Assessing Consumer Needs, Preferences and Willingness to Pay for Improved Cook Stoves. Presented by Elisa Derby at ETHOS 2014. (Download, pdf)


  • The Baby and the Bathwater: WASH, Nutrition and Rubber Ducks. Merri Weinger, USAID,Julia Rosenbaum, Renuka Bery, USAID’s WASHplus Project, FHI 360, Mini University, 7 March 2014. (Presentation, pdf)
  • WASH Away Those Worms and Other NTDs. Marci van Dyke, USAID, Renuka Bery, FHI 360, Mini University, 7 March 2014. (Presentation, pdf)


Bangladesh: Assessing Consumer Needs, Preferences and Willingness to Pay for Improved Cookstoves. Presented by WASHplus at multiple events in Bangladesh in 2013. (Download, pdf)

Water for Health Conference: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, October 14–18, 2013

  • Clean, Fed and Nurtured: Intersectoral Collaboration Beyond Environmental Enteropathy — Side event presentation by Julia Rosenbaum, Renuka Bery, Sandra Callier, WASHplus, FHI 360; Hanna Woodburn, PPPHW; Peggy Bentley, UNC. (Presentation, pdf)
  • Downstream from the Toilet: Opportunities and Challenges for Managing Fecal Sludge in the Changing Urban Landscape — Side event presentation by Jonathan Annis, WASHplus/CARE. (Presentation, pdf)
  • WASH in Schools: Next Steps on Research and Mainstreaming — Side event presentation by Justin Lupele, USAID Zambia/SPLASH Project; Sarah Fry, WASHplus/FHI 360. (Presentation, pdf)
  • WASH for the Neglected Tropical Diseases: Evaluating Tools, Impact, and Increased Momentum for Collaborative Programming — Side event presentation by Renuka Bery, WASHplus/FHI 360;  Kerry Gallo, Children Without Worms/TFGH; Stephanie Ogden, CARE/TFGH. (Presentation, pdf)
  • Handwashing Determinants and Diarrhea in Sub-Saharan Africa An Analysis of DHS and MICS Data - Side event presentation by Victoria Shelus, FHI 360; Orlando Hernandez, WASHplus. (Presentation, pdf)
  • WASH Integration Inspires Sustained Behavior Change and Innovation in Kenya — Poster by Evelyn Makena, WASHplus Kenya. (Presentation, pdf)
  • Are We There Yet? Two practitioners reflect on the road to changing WASH behaviors - Behavior change keynote presentation by Julia Rosenbaum, WASHplus/FHI 360; Jacqueline Devine, Water and Sanitation Program. (Presentation, pdf)
  • M&E: Local, Global and Human Rights Perspectives - Monitoring and evaluation keynote presentation by Orlando Hernandez, WASHplus/FHI 360.

Latinosan , Panama, May 2013

  • The Human Dimension of Programs in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. Presented by Orlando Hernandez, WASHplus. (English, pdf) | (Spanish, pdf)

36th WEDC International Conference, Kenya, July 2013

  • Promoting Healthy Hygiene and Sanitation Practices for People Living with HIV and AIDS (in Kenya). Evelyn Mugambi, WASHplus/Kenya. (Presentation, pdf)
  • Advocating for WinS with Government: The Case of SPLASH Zambia. Justin Lupele, WASHplus/SPLASH.(Presentation, pdf)

Water for Health Conference: Science, Policy and Innovation. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, October 29-November 2, 2012

  • Building Blocks for Healthy Communities: Integrating WASH and Nutrition Interventions for Improved Health Outcomes. Renuka Bery participated in this session convened by WHO, UNICEF, USAID, USAID/WASHplus. (Link, pdf)
  • Challenges and Progress in Scaling Up WASH in Schools in Zambia. Presented by WASHplus/SPLASH Chief of Party Justin Lupele and Sarah Fry in a WASH in Schools session sponsored by UNICEF and the WASH in Schools (WinS) Network. (Link, pdf)
  • Menstrual Hygiene Matters! Tools and Experiences to Meet Critical Needs of Women and Girls.  Julia Rosenbaum participated in a session on WASH/MHM/HIV convened by WaterAid, USAID/WASHplus, UNICEF, WSSCC, SHARE, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, and Emory University Center for Global Safe Water. (Link, pdf)
  • WASH Blocks in Madagascar: Setting the Ground for Sustainability. Orlando Hernández, Sombinaina Rakotoarisoa, Clément Randriantelomanana, Odile Randriamananjara, Aleyao Binioube, and Michael Pezone, WASHplus. (Link, pdf)


  • Poop and People/Taps and Toilets: Community-Based Approaches to Meeting the Most Basic Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Needs of Families Affected by HIV. International AIDS Conference, July 2012. Julia Rosenbaum and Renuka Bery, both from WASHplus, presented on this panel. (Link, pdf)
  • Integrated Approaches, Local Solutions: Integrating Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene into HIV Programming as an Effective Strategy to Improve Lives, Uptake of Services, and Key Health OutcomesInternational AIDS Conference, July 2012. Renuka Bery, WASHplus, presented at this satellite session. (Link, pdf)


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