We are happy to announce that secretariat of UN water conference accept both side event in which we will participate.
This means that they recognize and value our activity in the field of equitable access to water and sanitation and menstrual health.
The first event is within ID 1: Water for Health: Access to Wash, Including the Human Rights to Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation (SDG 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 and SDGS 1, 3, 4, 5, 17), under the title Sanitation and menstrual Health: Engaging Stakeholders in Advancing Menstrual Health and School Sanitation and scheduled for March 24 from 15:30 to 16 45.
On this side event will be shared good examples from the world for menstrual health management and is host by the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy of North Macedonia, while as Co Host are WECF – Women Engage for a Common Future, Germany 2. Journalists for Human Rights, North Macedonia 3. Boohnd, India 4. Women Environmental Program, Nigeria 5. Redes Del Agua, Latin America, Mexico 6 . Milieukontakt, Albania 8. Diva for equality, fiji 9. Armenian Women for Health and a Healthy Environment, Armenia 10. Wen, UK 11. Ongawa – Ingeniería Para El Desarrollo Humano, Spain.
The second event is scheduled for the first day of conference, March 22nd, hosted by Ministry of the Environment, Republic of Moldova , and as co-hosts: 1.WECF International – Women Engage for a Common Future, Netherlands 2.UNECE Water Convention secretariat 3. The Ministry of Environment, North-Macedonia 4. International Fund for the Aral Sea IFAS, Kazakhstan 5.Eco-Tiras network of Non-Governmental Organizations, Moldova 6.Black Sea Women’s Club, Ukraine 7.ARGO NGO, Kazakhstan 8.BIOM NGO, Kyrgyzstan 9. Socio-Ecological Fund, Kazakhstan 10. Journalists for Human Rights, North Macedonia.
The topic of this side event is Good Practices on integrated and transboundary water Cooperation: Stakeholder Engagement in Transboundary and International Cooperation.