Development, Disasters and Sanitation
This provides a list of courses and scholarships suitable for WASH practitioners from across the WASH sector.
“This professional development course has been designed for those new to working in development or disaster relief. The course is delivered using a variety of media including slide presentations, film clips, animations, photography and graphics supported by selected online publications.
Unit 1 explores important background issues surrounding development, disaster relief and poverty that will provide a foundation for the understanding of more detailed subjects such as the provision of water and sanitation.
Unit 2 specifically examines the principles of excreta disposal. It considers the importance of environmental sanitation in general and in particular the disposal of excreta for improving the health and well being of poor people living in both rural and urban communities.
Each unit takes approximately 1 hour to study, excluding associated reading. A Certificate of Completion is awarded on successful completion of the unit assessments and completion of the course evaluation form.”
|Institution Water Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC)||Target Audience Those new to working in development and disaster relief||Link||Topic Sanitation Management||Region East Asia, Pacific, South and West Asia, Southern Africa, Other (All other countries not listed within DFAT regions)||Type Courses|