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Capacity Development Workshops

Capacity Development Workshops at the WEDC International Conference

Day one and day five of the conference are dedicated to capacity development workshops.

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.

The draft timetable for Monday and Friday is shown below – click the 'Find out more' links to open a PDF with the full description of the session, including timings. You can select your workshops as you register for the conference or add your choices to your registration later. Please note that workshops on Monday morning begin promptly at 9am.

  MORNING AFTERNOON
Monday 9 July Solar powered water supply: Tips and tools for designing and supporting long-lasting systems
RWSN, Water Mission, IOM, Oxfam   [1 day]
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Water safety planning for climate resilient water supplies
WHO   [1 day]
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Business plan development for WASH sector actors
USAID / WASH-FIN   [1 day]
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Paths to SDG6 – Roadmapping a way to Full service delivery of WASH at District Level
Water for People, Aguaconsult, IRC   [1 day]
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An introduction to system mapping to support the institutional sustainability of WASH
WASH Catalyst Malawi, Water Mission   [0.5 day]
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Selecting a product that works: applying WHO guidelines in evaluating household water treatment technologies
WHO   [0.5 day]
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Urban Sanitation Costing
University of Leeds   [0.5 day]
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Make your own Shit Flow Diagram (SFD)
WEDC, GIZ, APHRC, Sanergy   [0.5 day]
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Practical surface water management in low resource settings
Arup, WEDC   [0.5 day]
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Adapting, combining and costing rural sanitation approaches
Plan International, UNICEF and WaterAid   [0.5 day]
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Inclusive approach to WASH
WEDC, WaterAid   [0.5 day]
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Menstrual Hygiene Management Curriculum for School girls
AFRIpads   [0.5 day]
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  MORNING AFTERNOON
Friday 13 July Practical methods and tools for the rapid design of hygiene programmes in emergencies
CAWST, LSHTM and ACF   [0.5 day]
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Mastering sales to deliver your mission
Whitten & Roy Partnership   [0.5 day]
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Adapting Community- led Total Sanitation to Urban Environments
Institute of Development Studies, Plan and Practical Action   [1 day]
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Market Based Approach for Preparedness, response and resilience in WASH Programmes
Oxfam International   [1 day]
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Getting the foundations right: sanitation and public health engineering
University of Leeds   [1 day]
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An introduction to Successfully Developing and Managing WASH Innovation Programmes
HDIF, HIF, CRS, WEDC   [1 day]
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Integrating Equality and Non Discrimination strategies in WASH behaviour change programming (half on campus/half field trip)
WSSCC, IWC Australia, Nakuru County Government   [1 day]
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FIELD TRIP: Sustainable Menstrual Hygiene Management in Action
Brighter Communities Worldwide   [1 day]
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FIELD TRIP: Showcasing an integrated WASH in schools and community approach
Kericho County Government, UNICEF Kenya, Caritas Switzerland Kenya office   [1 day]
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FIELD TRIP: Faecal Sludge Treatment Plants and Container-based Sanitation in Practice
Sanivation, Naivasha and Sanergy, Nairobi   [1 day]
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