Date: 3rd August – 14th August 2020 (2 Weeks)
Venue: Nairobi, Kenya
About the Course
Community WASH projects developed with the support of development partners and non-governmental organizations at the community level, are normally implemented with minimal community participation. As a result, there is little ownership by the communities, resulting in low rate of sustainability after handing over the projects to the communities. The main goal of this course is to focus on key success factors and enablers for sustainability of community WASH projects after handing over to the community.
The module providesprocesses of participation that generate ownership of community managed WASH interventions. The participants will be taken through the various levels of participation, and the generally observed levels of ownership, commitment to maintenance and sustainability. Site exposure visits for practical learning is covered to give first hand practical experiences.
Who can benefit from this course?
Development workers who plan and manage community-based WASH and nutrition programs, development workers,programs leaders, managers and trainers of community based organizations, development partners, UN Agencies, NGOs and Government agencies. Tutors and lecturers from sector training institutions and program managers of funding agencies.