Users are encouraged to watch a video before each day of the symposium

As a DAWASA water stakeholder what problems have you faced?

3:00PM - 4:00 PM (East Africa Time)

Introduce key institutions and challenges

Dr. Abel Dugange, Director of Shahidi wa Maji. "Urban water governance: African particularities and Tanzanian experience." 

4:00PM - 5:00 PM (East Africa Time)

Perceptions of water governance in Dar Es Salaam

Dr. Opportuna Kweka, UDSM. "Perceptions of water governance in Dar Es Salaam" present results of interviews/ outline key qualitative research findings

Users are encouraged to watch a video before each day of the symposium

If you have faced a water problem, how did you communicate with DAWASA about the problem?

3:00PM - 4:00 PM (East Africa Time)

Theory of change for social accountability practice

Dr. Nick Hepworth, Water Witness International. "Theory of change for social accountability practice: what we have learned from our experience across Africa." Show how research can be used in practice to better people's access to water and water quality.

4:00PM - 5:00 PM (East Africa Time)

The power of images: reflections on doing fieldwork with a camera in Dar Es Salaam

Dr. Vicensia Shule, UDSM. "The power of images: reflections on doing fieldwork with a camera in Dar Es Salaam."Illustrate the power and the pitfalls of using moving images in research projects; reflect on the position of the researcher and the research subject

Users are encouraged to watch a video before each day of the symposium

How supportive are the DAWASA's water problem reporting systems?

3:00PM - 4:00 PM (East Africa Time)

A bottom-up approach to finding sustainable WASH interventions

Dr. Poppy Lamberton, University of Glasgow. "A bottom-up approach to finding sustainable WASH interventions: what we can learn from experience in Africa." Gives us some insight how COVID pandemic has affected fight against other diseases.

4:00PM - 5:00 PM (East Africa Time)

Water politics in Tanzania

Dr. Jesper Katomero, UDSM. "Water politics in Tanzania." Introduces some ideas about how political conditions in TZ impact the possibilities of action-oriented research.

Users are encouraged to watch a video before each day of the symposium

Who are the most affected people for not being able to use the water problem reporting systems?

3:00PM - 4:00 PM EAT (1-2pm BST).

The shift towards decentralized WASH technologies

Dr Stephanie Connelly, University of Glasgow. "The shift towards decentralised WASH technologies." 

4:00PM - 5:00 PM EAT (2-3pm BST)

Using data to answer (and ask) questions

Dr Neil Munro, University of Glasgow. "Using data to answer (and ask) questions about social accountability for water governance"