Planning for Water in Rwanda
August 8, 2011
By Emma Pfister
Monica LaBiche Brown, Water For People’s Senior Manager of Content Services, will be a guest speaker on a panel hosted by OZ Architecture on Wednesday, August 10th at 7:00 pm. OZ Architecture has been providing master planning design services for the people of Rwanda as they make the transformation to a human resource-based economy through the implementation of sustainable practices. Water access was identified by Kigali residents as their greatest need in the participatory planning process.
Monica will present Water For People’s program to reach everyone with long-lasting water and sanitation solutions in Rulindo and Kicukiro, Rwanda. Other speakers include Carl A Worthington: AIA, ASLA Director of Planning and Urban Design for Rwanda Projects and Stephen Fisher: TetraTech, iCATIS & Water For People volunteer.
Please join us and learn more about the incredible efforts taking
place in Rwanda and the difference Water For People is making in achieving
sustainable full-coverage for everyone in the areas where we work.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
RedLine Gallery, 2350 Arapahoe Street, Denver, CO
Presentation: 7 PM
Discussion: 8 PM
What do you think?