Background Gradient


The Latin American Sanitation Conference (Latinosan) is an event organized every three years since 2007 to promote access to quality and sustainable sanitation services in Latin America and the Caribbean. The event brings together political leaders from countries in the region, as international exhibitors and is supported by international organizations. The Latinosan conference is also part of the initiatives to achieve Goal 6 of the Sustainable Development Goals. The San José Declaration derived from the Latinosan 2019 Conference establishes the commitment of the countries to create the OLAS.

Upcoming events

Past events

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2022 - 21 de Septiembre — Virtual

First webinar of the Academic Meeting “Sanitation, a call to action” in the framework of the VI LATINOSAN


2022 — Cochabamba, Bolivia

The 6th Latinosan Conference was held in Cochabamba, Bolivia in 2022


2019 — San José, Costa Rica

Reducing sanitation gaps and ensuring universal access


2016 — Lima, Perú

Public policies and financial resources to achieve universal access


2013 — Ciudad de Panamá, Panamá

Universal sanitation: new challenges and new opportunities


2010 — Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil

Main advances and challenges for basic sanitation in the region


2007 — Cali, Colombia

Prioritizing sanitation in national development policies

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2021 — Virtual

Call for the Research and Development Network of the Water and Sanitation Observatory for Latin America and the Caribbean (RID-OLAS)