These partnerships need to identify and secure much needed finance, as well as clean and more efficient technology to achieve the water and sanitation targets set out in the Sustainable Development Goals. In addition, improve the environmental footprints of utilities and municipalities in response to the Paris Agreement. The water track at AUW 2017 will bring together experts from public and private sectors to support utilities and municipalities become more responsive and efficient in their practices.  


  • Discover future predictions in combatting water and energy losses which translates to more revenue and better service delivery. 
  • Find out how stakeholders are responding to rising costs in ageing infrastructure and new regulatory requirements  
  • Find out what is the criterion for successfully accessing water infrastructure funding. 

Highlighted speakers

  • Phillip Gichuki, Managing Director, Nairobi City Water & Sewerage Company, Kenya
  • Anton Earle, Director, Stockholm International Water Institute, South Africa
  • Andre Kruger, Head: Africa Investment and Integration Desk, NEPAD, South Africa
  • Alfonso Chikuni, CEO, Lilongwe Water Board, Malawi

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