Waste sector is critical for sustainable development and climate actions. From achieving sustainable development goals to the climate commitments under the Paris Agreement, waste sector is a key sector which is of focus. Also waste management practices are an important component of our day-to-day life; For some people, this is a livelihood opportunity and a source of income.
Realizing the importance of holistic and comprehensive actions related to waste management in Sri Lanka, both at national and local levels, SLYCAN Trust, Janathakshan (GTE) Ltd and International Water Management Institute (IWMI) organized a dialogue on “Waste Management & Identifying Opportunities for Collaboration” which consist of series of experience sharing sessions. Three sessions to share experiences and lessons learnt in implementing activities related to waste management in the country successfully completed on 23rd, 24th & 25th November 2021.
During the first three sessions 23 organizations representing government, development organizations, private sector, academia, NGOs and CBOs presented their interventions in waste sector (61 projects).
The last session on this series will be on 7th December 2021 from 2.00 to 4.00 pm. During this session a panel of waste management experts will share their analysis on possible synergies and interconnections among these programs/ projects and also the existing gaps.
This session aims to:
- Build synergies among those working on initiatives related to the waste sector.
- Share best practices and lessons learnt to scale up interventions, build collaborations and common actions.
- Identify key existing interventions in the waste sector in Sri Lanka and potentials for future engagements
If you are willing to join your hands with us, please do register using https://s.surveyplanet.com/u3k6gyi5 link and upon registration, we will send you the zoom links to join for the event.
Date(s) and Time(s): 07/12/2021 | 12:00 am
Location: Online Only