Its mission is to address the appalling plight of hundreds of millions of people who lack access to safe, clean water for drinking and washing.
The District 9980 Rotary E-Club of WASH supports the Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group (WASRAG) in facilitating happier, healthier lives and sustainably strengthening futures. Aiming to link water, sanitation and hygiene expertise from around the world, its mission is to address the appalling plight of hundreds of millions of people who lack access to safe, clean water for drinking and washing. Rotary E-Club’s can have members from anywhere in the world and the 30 member WASH club has members from 10 countries. E-club meetings are hosted on a unique website, in our case this will be www.rotarywasheclub.org .The club will be hosting bi-monthly FORUMS and is focus presently on women and gender issues.These forums are aimed at providing avenues in which people who are interested in specific wash topics can tune in, ask questions and collaborate with wash experts. The Rotary E-Club of WASH held its first WASH and Women Forum on September 30. The presider, Dr. Beatrice Chisenga, discussed "Designing a Gender Sensitive Community Based WASH Project: The case of the rural hand pump." Here is the link to view it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3BlNXa8YMA&feature=youtu.be
The next WASH and Women Forum is planned for November 11. Dr. Tiffany Cone will preside. GENDER, POWER AND SOCIAL CHANGE - REFLECTIONS ON TEACHING AT THE ASIAN UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN IN CHITTAGONG, BANGLADESH
Anyone interested in attending is asked to RSVP to the Rotary E-Club of WASH Facebook or LinkedIn pages or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive connection information.Follow us on Social MediaFacebook: Rotary E-Club of WASH or @eclubwashLinkedin: Annette Foster, Rotary E-Club of WASH Public Relations