Call for applications: Technology and water sustainability Dialogue

Pacific Connect Network Dialogue – Honiara 22-23 April 2020

Addressing water and sanitation challenges in the Solomon Islands is a fundamental measure in addressing basic human rights and economic growth needed, especially for women and girls.

Pacific Connect invites you to join other ambitious and accomplished change-makers at its annual Network Dialogue in Honiara, Solomon Islands. The two-day event will bring together leaders from the Pacific and Australia to discuss how digital connectivity and emerging technologies can expand business opportunities in water sustainability. Potential topics for discussion may include current and future technologies for water usage, collaborative data collection, mapping of the watershed, water security and safety, sanitation, and wastewater treatment and waste disposal.

The Pacific Connect Network Dialogue brings together small groups of dynamic emerging leaders from the Pacific and Australia to build business capacity and foster collaboration. Delivered using the ‘Second Track’ process and incorporating the Pacific ‘Talanoa’, the dialogue aims to set realistic goals in a trusted and safe environment. Facilitators encourage participants to share ideas and develop practical steps to reach them, whilst ensuring different perspectives and the expertise of others is valued in a respectful cultural context.

How can you get involved? 

Please forward your career history, a brief overview of your relevant achievements, and an outline of any community work or a recent CV to the email address in the flyer.

For more information about the Dialogue, the Pacific Connect programme and its benefits, please refer to the Dialogue flyer.


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