Organiser: Institution of Public Health Engineers, India
Venue: Hotel The New Marrion, Bhubaneswar, Orissa
- Emerging appropriate technologies and new concepts in water & sanitation and related health implications.
- Disease control through Drinking water quality surveillance / monitoring.
- Case studies / success stories on health improvements through sustainable water supply & sanitation.
- Environmental monitoring –health risk assessment.
- Public awareness, community participation and demand-driven approaches for protecting health through Environmental Movements.
Safe drinking water, sanitation and good hygiene are fundamental to human health, survival, growth and development. However, these basis necessities are still a luxury for many of the World’s poor people. In India, while massive inputs have been made by both State Governments and the Central Government, water supply and sanitation in urban as well as in rural areas continues to be inadequate although the coverage has increased significantly during the 2000s. Access to improve sources of water in India has increased from 72 percent in 1990 to 88 percent in 2008, where as access to improved sanitation increased from 18 percent in 1990 to 31 percent in 2008.
The Institution of Public Health Engineers (India), Regional Centre, Bhubaneswar is organizing the Twenty Fourth National Convention and an all India Seminar on “Water and Sanitation Utility Services in India and their Health Implications” at Bhubaneswar, Orissa on 12th and 13th February-2011.
- Sponsored Delegates from Industries / International agencies Rs. 2000/
- Sponsored Delegates from Govt. Deptt. /PSU/Corporation /Board Rs. 1000/
- Members of IPHE Rs. 200/
- Non-Member (Individual) Rs. 500/
- Accompanying Spouse Rs. 1000/
- Authors of accepted papers Rs. Nil
The convention organizing committee invites papers that reflect the theme or topics of the convention from academicians, practitioners, NGOs and Civil Society Organizations to be submitted through email email@example.com before 20th January,2011.
Er. P. K. Mohapatra,E.E.(PH)
Chief Editor, IPHE(I)