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Capacity Development Workshops

Capacity Development Workshops at the WEDC International Conference

Day four and day five of the conference are dedicated to capacity development workshops. We invite those involved in the development of capacity in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector to join us and demonstrate their skills and experience through the design and delivery of a high quality and relevant workshop, either as a half day or full day session.

Conference delegates can sign up to courses of particular interest to them, with confidence to know that training provided will be relevant, of high quality, and delivered by qualified professionals.

This provides a great opportunity for experienced training organisations to extend their capacity building in the sector to conference delegates and locally-based staff.

  MORNING AFTERNOON
Thursday 27 July Making WASH inclusive: with a focus on disability, menstrual hygiene and gender equality
WaterAid/WEDC/PlanUK   [1 day]
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Evidence-based Design and Rehabilitation of pit latrines
University of KwaZulu-Natal   [0.5 day]
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Practical Strategies for Multi-sectoral Integration to improve maternal and child health
World Vision   [0.5 day]
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City-wide Sanitation Advocacy and Planning: tools for FSM diagnostics and project planning
Oxford Policy Management, WEDC and two independent consultants   [1 day]
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Journal publishing for practitioners
Waterlines   [0.5 day]
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Creating Effective WASH Training
CAWST   [0.5 day]
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Using Market Assessments to Support Sustainable and Resilient WASH in crisis prone areas
Oxfam GB   [1 day]
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 Workshop on CLTS Rapid Appraisal Protocol (CRAP): A tool for taking CLTS to scale
CLTS Foundation UK   [0.5 day]
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  MORNING AFTERNOON
Friday 28 July Sustainable Exit Strategies: tactical design for institutional sustainability after project transition
WASH Catalysts Malawi, Engineers Without Borders Canada   [0.5 day]
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Hand pumps and Water Quality Labs
WEDC   [0.5 day]
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Menstrual Hygiene Management: An Entry point to Achieving gender equality through WASH
Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council   [1 day]
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Paths to SDG6: Roadmaping a Way to Full Service Delivery of WASH at District Level
IRC, WaterAId, Water For People, Aguaconsult   [1 day]
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Make your own excreta flow diagram (SFD)
SFD PI, GIZ, WEDC, CSE, UoL, Eawag, The World Bank Water Group, SuSanA   [1 day]
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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in WASH Projects
UK WASH Network, WaterAid, Cranfield University and Plan UK   [1 day]
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Strengthening Competencies for WASH professionals
CAWST   [0.5 day]
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Preparing Community WASH Promoters for behaviour Change
CAWST   [0.5 day]
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Introducing the Sanitation Technology Prioritization tool: Identifying appropriate technologies for sanitation and FSM
PATH   [0.5 day]
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Excreta Management in Urban Emergencies
RedR   [0.5 day]
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Loughborough University
Loughborough
Leicestershire LE11 3TU
United Kingdom

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