JNICC Venue, an Enchanting Attraction Awaits your Delight PDF Print E-mail

The venue of the AWW-6 is the magnificent Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC), a branch of the Arusha International Conference Centre. A purpose built Convention Centre in Dar es salaam City. JNICC is a major gateway to the world renowned “southern tourist circuit”, the “coastal tourist circuit” and Zanzibar in Tanzania, with sophisticated audio-video, communication and Information technology.

JNICC can accommodate 10 – 1003 delegates. It is conveniently located in Dar es Salaam, the largest city in Tanzania and one of the safest large cities of East Africa. Dar es Salaam or “haven of peace”, has a wide range of budget and luxury hotels and a number of traditional and international restaurants offering rich diversity of cuisine with a touch of Swahili, African, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Turkish, Italian and Japanese foods. The JNICC is within reach to most of these hotels and restaurants.

This helps organisers produce professional events such as conferences, meetings, trade-shows, exhibitions, corporate events, weddings, dinner functions, cocktail parties, banquets, fashion shows and the like. JNICC is located at 10 Shaaban Robert Road, 40 minutes’ drive from Julius K. Nyerere International Airport (JKNIA).

Facilities and services

Named after Tanzania’s first president, the late Julius Kambarage Nyerere JNICC has 12 conference rooms that can seat 5 – 300 in flexible setups including theatre, classroom, half-moons, hollow-squares, horse shoe, etc.

Equipment includes Simultaneous Interpretation System (SIS) of up to 4 languages, audio visuals and LCD projectors. wireless and wired Internet service is also available along with catering, exhibition areas, secretariat offices, VIP rooms and ample parking space.

JNICC can also arrange for your Pre/Post conference Tours/Excursions, Hotel bookings and Ticket (re)-confirmation.


AWW-6 Explores Ways of Achieving the SDGs on Water Security and Sanitation PDF Print E-mail

AWW-6, the first under the SDG era has as its theme “Achieving the SDGs on Water Security and Sanitation”. The choice of the theme is driven by the recognition of the importance of laying the building blocks for Africa to achieve the SDG 6 as well as other inter-linking SDGs connected with water resources management and improved sanitation service delivery. It also represents the quest in the continent to place emphasis on matching commitments and plans with concrete actions with impact on the ground. It highlights Africa’s undaunted focus to achieving the Agenda 2063, the continent’s global strategy to optimize use of Africa’s resources for the overall benefit of all.

AWW-6 will be organized under four sub themes:

•           Achieving Universal and Equitable Access to Water and Sanitation for All

•           Ensuring Sustainable Water Resources Management and Climate Resilience

•           Strengthening Productive Wastewater Management and Improved Water Quality

•           Improving Policy, Financing and Monitoring

The sub themes will utilize technical sessions and forums to achieve the following objectives:

•           Advocate for member states endorsement and operationalization of the N’gor Declaration on Water Security and Sanitation as a vehicle for achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 6

•           Develop a roadmap for implementing the SDG 6 as well as inter-linking goals on water security and sanitation.

•           Push for regular, evidence-based monitoring and reporting on agreed targets and implementation plans

•           Improve stakeholder awareness of the implementable actions for achieving the set targets and actions.

•           Strengthen cooperation across countries with shared water resources

•           Build stronger partnership for the implementation of AMCOW Work Plan and the N’gor Declaration on Water Security and Sanitation

Desired Outcomes


The main outcome of the 6th Africa Water Week will be a roadmap for developing a comprehensive plan of action for Africa aimed at immediate translation of the high-level commitments including N’gor Declaration on Water Security and Sanitation into implementation at country, sub-regional and continental levels. This is expected to lead to development of appropriate policies, high quality actions matched with strong motivation to implement them, and increased investment at various levels. The programmes implemented from these plans will contribute to poverty alleviation, health improvements, social development and economic growth in Africa.

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