The Sharm el-Sheikh declaration was made at the African Union summit in Egypt in 2008. Its full title is the “Sharm el-Sheikh committments for accelerating the achievement of water and sanitation goals in Africa”. It has been ratified by all members of the African Union, and contains committments on all aspects of water supply, sanitation, hygiene, and water resources management. Sharj El-Sheikh Declaration
The most recent South Asian Conference on Sanitation (SACOSAN) took place in Colombo, SACOSAN 2011. There were previous SACOSAN meetings in Delhi in 2008, Islamabad in 2007, and Dhaka in 2003. Here (SACOSAN_2008) is the Delhi declaration that was ratified at SACOSAN 2008. Here ( SACOSAN_2011) is the Colombo declaration that was ratified as Sacosan 2011.
The first East Asian Conference on Sanitation (EASAN) took place in Beppu, Japan in 2007. Here (EASan Declaration) is the Beppu declaration.
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