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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Water Sanitation and Hygiene

Next to air, water is the molecule most needed for our survival. Water has played a part in our most important religions, mythologies, and sacraments. The Vedic deity, Varuna, and the Greek god, Poseidon, are just a few of the gods associated with water or the sea. Each culture has rituals associated with water. And each culture has risen or declined solely or as a part because of water’s availability, potability, safety, etc.

The availability and potability of water are influenced by man. As a hunter gatherer, we could leave our waste behind and find new sources of water and sustenance. As we developed agriculture and lived in one place, the availability of water and our waste practices became even more important. The water related, water based and water washed diseases became increasingly significant for our survival. Wars were fought over water or lost from diseases associated with it. Changes in climate effected its availability and potability and mass extinctions occurred. We now face a period where the survival of countries and cultures may depend upon how we manage our water supplies and deal with our waste. The control and management of water supply and cost of water may determine whether our cities are beset by social unrest, our fields no longer grow sufficient food, and the available water is so toxic that it causes death and disease. The physical, emotional and psychological effects of water and its availability can no longer be ignored.

Om Varunaaya Namah, mantra to Varuna

WASH Track Themes :

  • 1. Water borne, Water Washed and Water Related Infectious Diseases
  • 2. Mosquito and other Vector Related Diseases
  • 3. Water and Cancer
  • 4. Toxins in Water
  • 5. Physiology of Water and Disease
  • 6. Water, Waste Water and Culture: How to effect cultural change?
  • 7. Climate change and Water, the new bug in your backyard
  • 8. Youth’s View of the Future, Water and Climate Change
  • 9. Women’s Special Issues in Water and Hygiene
  • 10. Special Situations for Water and Hygiene: Hospital, Schools, etc.

Speakers

Dr. Iliff had his intitial education and training as an environmental engineer. After serving as an Environmental Engineer for the US Army, he joined medical school, and obtained his MD degree from the San Francisco School of Medicine. After being in medical practice, he retired three years ago. He is also currently involved in doing humanitarian service as a Rotarian of the Rotary Club of Naperville, IL USA. He visited India in 2018 along with D. , Tata, and explored the Aruku Tribal area with the intention of doing a water
supply project in the region to serve the needs of the tribal people.

Dr. Iliff had his intitial education and training as an environmental engineer. After serving as an Environmental Engineer for the US Army, he joined medical school, and obtained his MD degree from the San Francisco School of Medicine. After being in medical practice, he retired three years ago. He is also currently involved in doing humanitarian service as a Rotarian of the Rotary Club of Naperville, IL USA. He visited India in 2018 along with D. , Tata, and explored the Aruku Tribal area with the intention of doing a water
supply project in the region to serve the needs of the tribal people.