The training is aimed at enhancing governments and local authorities’ capacity in understanding best practices and strategies in sustainable water supply and sanitation for low income and peri-urban communities.
By the end of the course participants will able:
- To examine conditions for creating a robust and sustainable WASH service system for low income and peri-urban areas.
- To develop appropriate options for institutional frameworks, partnerships, operations and management arrangements for low income and peri-urban areas.
- To sharpen understanding of the participants on the challenges and strategies in planning, implementation and managing WASH systems
The course is open to a maximum of 40 participants representing various stakeholder groups from the entire water sector in Eastern and Southern Africa:
• Senior Management level in local authorities, water utilities, river basin organisations;
• NGOs and government institutions that have the lead responsibility to plan, manage, coordinate and monitor water supply and sanitation projects;
• Decision makers, policy makers, and high-level professionals and managers active in governmental bodies.
As an introductory course, participants are expected to have good experiences in water supply and sanitation.
This course is (co)-organized by
July 18, 2016 - September 14, 2016