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AKSANSI is participating in World Toilet Summit 2013

on 04 July 2013

AKSANSI was participating in the World Toilet Summit 2013 held in Surakrta, Indonesia. AKSANSI Surakarta (also known as Solo) was even involved during the preparation for field visit to see and feel directly the sanitation and toilet condition in Tourist Destination, Communal Toilet and School Sanitation. 

Besides, the other Aksansi branches such as Pekalongan, Mojokerto, Bali Province, West Nusa Tenggara Province, Central Java and Special District of Yogyakarta joined the 3 days summit as participants. World Toilet Summit is the only one event that talks about hygiene, health, sanitation, and the important of toilet itself. World Toilet Summit has been held 12 times in 10 countries member of World Toilet Organisation (WTO), such as: Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Ireland, Russia, Thailand, India, USA and South Africa.

This year, together with Indonesia Toilet Association (ATI) and supported by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia, the Ministry of Public Work of the Republic of Indonesia and the Government of Surakarta (Solo City) proudly organize the World Toilet Summit 2013, 2 - 4 October 2013 in the Sunan Hotel Solo, Surakarta (Solo City) - Central Java, Indonesia.

The Summit, will consists of 2 days Plenary Sessions with 15 interesting topics with the main topics, such as Public Space, Hygiene, Poverty Alleviation Thru Tourism Toilet as Catalyst and other issues that we find in common, and 1 day Concurrent Tracks with 25 topics divided into 3 classes that discuss about 3 main topics in sanitation; School, Tourism, Design and Technology sanitation, by reputable and competent speakers from Local and International, from government and private companies in sanitation and toiletries industries. In the end of Summit, all delegates have the opportunities to join Field Visit to see and feel directly the sanitation and toilet condition in Tourist Destination, Communal Toilet and School Sanitation. There will be 600 participants targeted in these 3 days summit.