Introduction to WASH for Development
Eight week course, starting the week of 21 November 2016 | Delivered by Edith Kamundi, International WaterCentre
REGISTRATIONS CLOSE MONDAY 14 NOVEMBER
About the course
Designed to empower practitioners with an understanding of the fundamentals of the WASH sector. This course introduces students to the core principles for planning, designing and implementing activities to improve sustainable and equitable access to domestic water supply and sanitation facilities, and improve hygiene behaviours.
The benefits to participants
- Describe the social and economic differences in accessing improved WASH facilities and services
- Explain the breadth of health impacts from inadequate WASH and how they can be prevented.
- Appreciate the historical development of sanitation
- Describe the different environmental, social and technical facets of urban and rural sanitation and current approaches
- Explain current thinking and practice aiming to achieve sustainable WASH services through good technical, institutional and economic principles.
- Discuss the issue of integrating behaviour change in WASH and understand the importance and current thinking to hygiene promotion
- Appreciate the key issues in the WASH sector for the Sustainable Development Goal period.
Who should enrol
The course caters to those working in, or supporting work in low- and middle-income countries, and is ideal for professionals working in:
- Civil society or non-government organisations
- Government agencies
- International development donor agencies
Prerequisite: None required
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