WASH and Behaviour Change Online Training Course

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WASH and Behaviour Change online training course

International WaterCentre's (IWC) 10 week WASH and Behaviour Change online training course is a highly interactive program designed to empower WASH practitioners to incorporate behaviour change strategies into their project design and delivery.

Key topics
The course is designed to be practical in nature, providing participants with the necessary information to incorporate behaviour change strategies into WASH programs. Topics will include:

  • The need for, and role of, behaviour change integration into WASH programs
  • Alternatives to education and awareness strategies for changing behaviours
  • Planning and designing interventions that address risky WASH behaviours
  • Using behaviour change strategies, and implementing and evaluating behaviour change interventions within WASH programs.

Course objectives
The aim is for students to understand when behaviour change strategies should be integrated into WASH programs, and be able to use practical tools to guide the integration of behaviour change into WASH programs.

Who should participate
WASH practitioners working in civil society or non-government organisations, government institutions, donor organisations, and the water/sanitation/hygiene industries. The course especially caters to those in tropical zones (such as the Asia-Pacific region).

Why choose this course
IWC will draw upon its expertise and experience in WASH to deliver a highly practical course. We will share lessons from working with organisations to improve WASH services, developing evidence-based strategies to improve WASH behaviours, and strengthening WASH enabling environments.

 

Institution Target Audience Link Topic Region Type
Institution International Water Centre (IWC) Target Audience WASH practitioners working in civil society or non-government organisations, government institutions, donor organisations, and the water/sanitation/hygiene industries Link Topic Behaviour Change Region East Asia, Pacific, South and West Asia, Southern Africa, Other (All other countries not listed within DFAT regions) Type Courses

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it will be great opportunity to learn more knowledge regarding Water, Sanitation and Hygene
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WASH and WASH Behavioral Change methodologies are very essential to post Ebola countries especially West African countries that were heavily hit by this deadly virus. Opportunity extended to professionals working in the fields in these countries to partake in these trainings will help towards achieving greater preparation in addition to prevention and control of related diseases.
Organizers, please consider those countries inclusion.
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