[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Moving towards a MUS approach.

Presentation by Katie Spooner of CAFOD on moving towards a MUS approach and building resilience and sustainability.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Developing arrangements for community management of multiple use services in Honduras.

Presentation by Stef Smits and Andrès Gil of IRC on background, context, technology costs, water resources, institutional arrangements and tariffs for MUS in Honduras.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  MUS and water resources in Kenya.

Presentation by Simon Maddrell of Excellent, pioneers of sand dams, on MUS, water security and sand dams in Kenya.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Use of multiple water sources.

Presentation of findings of a DFID study carried out by the University of Leeds, University of North Carolina, University of East Anglia and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Multiple Use Services of Water.

Presentation by Tidiane Diallo, Regional Technical Adviser of WaterAid West Africa on practices and experiences in the West Africa region.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  MUS and Water Resources Managment.

Presentation by Lucien Damiba of WaterAid on community based water resources management (CBWRM) in West Africa.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Multiple Use Systems and equity in the Sahel, Burkina Faso.

Presentation by Julia Boulenouar of Aguaconsult on the WA-WASH programme and the IRC/Triple-S component in it. This entails supporting national and local government in achieving sustainable service delivery in the Sahel Region.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  WASHTech TAF for MUS.

Presentation by Vinny Casey from WaterAid on using the technology applicability framework (TAF) in adapted form for MUS.