This year, the WISA YWP’s has decided to align with this celebration and host an online symposium series over the month of March, under the theme of Making the Invisible Visible.
Why do we think that this is important? Because the youth in our water sector have been invisible for too long. Come and join us virtually and be part of a program that puts the youth at the center.
The symposium will take place on Zoom every Tuesday from 8 to 29 March, at 10am to 1pm
VIRTUAL EVENT SESSION 1: OPENING PLENARY
8 March, 10:00 – 12:00
•Setting the scene for the YWP-ZA water month symposium series.
•Promoting and profiling young women entrepreneurs and innovators in the water sector.
•How to prepare for a sustainable water sector transition – future-proofing your professional skills.
VIRTUAL EVENT SESSION 2: BRINGING THE INVISIBLE TO THE FOREFRONT: Governance, Water Resources Management and Infrastructure
15 March, 10:00 – 13:00
•Panel discussion with eThekwini, DWS, Umgeni Water and other partners.
•Role of Private Sector to Ensure Water Sustainability (Development Bank of Southern Africa).
•The voice of civil society on building water resilient communities (Environmental Monitoring Group NGO).
VIRTUAL EVENT SESSION 3: OFTEN OVERLOOKED: Career Guidance and soft skills development in the Water Sector
22 March, 10:00 – 13:00
•Starting your own business in the water sector: how to become an enviropreneur. Flourishing in your current career: Career coaching, contract / salary negotiation, mentor / mentorship, peer collaboration.
•Writing and publishing as a young water professional.
VIRTUAL EVENT SESSION 4: GIVING VOICES TO THE YOUTH
29 March, 10:00 – 13:00
•You could lead this session and have your video shown!
•Prizes for the best video submissions.
•A YWP quiz and networking.
WHAT: Fetching Water Challenge and Nagle Dam Catchment Technical Tour.
WHEN: 24 March, 09:00 – 13:00
WHERE: Durban, KZN
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE KZN IN-PERSON EVENT
For more info on this technical tour contact: email@example.com