Training Courses on Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management
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Training Courses on Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management

In addition to this Toolbox, there are regular training courses that build on the SSWM Toolbox and aim at linking up sustainable sanitation, water management and agriculture at the local level and in practice. They are run in cooperation between Ecosan Services Foundation (ESF), India, the Environment and Public Health Organisation (ENPHO), Nepal, Xavier University, The Philippines, Capacity Development for Sustainable Water Resource Management (Cap-Net), SARAR Transformación, Mexico and seecon international gmbh, Switzerland. They enable participants to fully exploit the benefits of the SSWM Toolbox, develop a thorough understanding of Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management, and to build a strong network of partnering organisations working in the same field. Additional training of trainers courses enable the participants from all over the world to carry out SSWM Courses based on the Toolbox on their own.

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Participants during the SSWM Training of Trainers recently held in at the University of Zambia in Lusaka, Zambia. Source: SEECON (2012)

Courses Overview

 

SEECON 2011 Overview of SSWM Courses

 

See also a PDF version with full course description.

Participant of a SSWM Expert Course in Nagarkot, Nepal. Source: Barreto Dillon (2010)

Past Courses

   SEECON 2012 Emergency Preparedness and Response course Philippines 13 to 18 August 2012   

Graduates of the Emergency Preparedness and Response course in The Philippines, conducted in collaboration with Xavier University. Source: SEECON (2012)

Students (7th - 10th standard) of Shree Baleshwar Anudanit Primary and Secondary Ashram School, Maharashtra State, India, develop vegetable garden for reuse of treated water. Source: SEECON (2010)

Students (7th - 10th standard) of Shree Baleshwar Anudanit Primary and Secondary Ashram School, Maharashtra State, India, develop vegetable garden for reuse of treated water. Source: ESF (2010)

Further Information and Contact

Click here to download a short brochure on training offers regarding SSWM or contact us.

For courses oriented towards business development in the sustainable sanitation & water sector, check out cewas, the international centre for water management services (www.cewas.org).

For more information, course registration and further inquiries in SOUTHERN AFRICA, please contact:

Cap-Net

Email: info@cap-net.org

Tel: +27 12 330 9077

Web: http://www.cap-net.org/

 

For more information, course registration and further inquiries in MEXICO, please contact:

Ron Sawyer

SARAR-Transformación

Email: sarar@sarar-t.org

Tel: +52 (739) 395-7505

Web: http://www.sarar-t.org/

For more information, course registration and further inquiries in INDIA, please contact:

Sreevidya Satish

Ecosan Services Foundation (ESF)

Email: sreevidya.satish@ecosanservices.org

Tel: +91 20 245 300 61

Web: http://www.ecosanservices.org

For more information, course registration and further inquiries in NEPAL, please contact:

Bipin Dangol

Environment and Public Health Organisation

Email: bipindangol@gmail.com

Tel: +97 714 686 41

Web: http://www.enpho.org/

For more information, course registration and further inquiries in THE PHILIPPINES, please contact:

Dr. Gina S. Itchon

Sustainable Sanitation Center, Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan

Email: gsijuly18@yahoo.com

Tel: +63 91 932 681 68

Web: http://susancenter.xu.edu.ph/

 

Participants of  a  SSWM course in Buthan visitng a greenhouse. Source: SEECON (2009)

Participants of a SSWM course in Buthan visitng a greenhouse. Source: SEECON (2009)

Putting knowledge into practice: hands-on training in sustainable sanitation and agriculture, Buthan. Source: SEECON (2009)

Putting knowledge into practice: hands-on training in sustainable sanitation and agriculture, Nepal. Source: SEECON (2009) 

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