Nominations Open for Sarphati Sanitation Awards (SSA) 2019!

Deadline: 1 July 2019

World Waternet, Netherlands Water Partnership and Aqua for All, endorsed by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Directorate-General for International Cooperation (DGIS), has launched Sarphati Sanitation Awards (SSA) 2019 to honor the outstanding contribution of individuals or organizations to the global sanitation and public health challenge through entrepreneurship.

For the Sarphati Sanitation Awards (SSA) 2019 they call upon the next Sarphati – the entrepreneur and innovator who has forced a breakthrough for an integrated, collection, transport and (decentralized) treatment system of wastewater and human waste in urban settings.

This solution has a clear Sanitation Value Chain strategy, meeting the requirements on affordability/bankability, minimized water use, acceptability and user friendliness, scalability and re-use/recycling of materials.

Theme SSA 2019

Integrated sanitation (collection, transport and treatment/re-use) solution for urban context.

Prize Information

The Sarphati Sanitation Award 2019 consists of two prizes:

  • Sarphati Sanitation Award for Promising Entrepreneur or consortium, focusing on groundbreaking entrepreneurial activities in the field of integrated sanitation systems in urban contexts as mentioned above .
  • Sarphati Sanitation Award for Life Time Achievement, acknowledging individuals who have dedicated a large part of their life to influence decision makers, policy makers and implementers to find sustainable, integrated urban solutions for people worldwide who suffer from inadequate sanitation service, create value out of what was hitherto regarded as waste and thereby improve health.

How to Apply

Nominations must be submitted in English via given website and that self-nominations are not allowed.

For more information, please visit https://aquaforall.org/sarphati/

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