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ECOSAN WORKSHOP UGUNJA IN SEPTEMBER

Kenya has made a tremendous development in providing safe and productive sanitation over the last years. The Kenyan GTZ water program and the GTZ susan program aims to fill the current gap in service provision of sustainable sanitation, especially training and capacity building in Kenya. Therefore we welcome you or one of your sanitation experts to join our study tour and ecosan workshop in Ugunja and Mumias, facilitated by consultants from seecon (Switzerland) and Ecosan Service Foundation India (ESF-India):

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010:Study tour to existing ecosan pilot projects near Ugunja and Mumias (Departure from Ugunja)

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010: “ecosan Capacity Development Workshop” (day 1), Ugunja

The “ecosan Capacity Development Workshop” workshop is specifically designed to the needs of Kenyan sanitation experts working in the field of ecosan and will feature input presentations, discussions and group works to address issues such as “Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS)”, social Marketing for Behavioral Change, Imitation of Capacity Building Initiatives and Resource Management.

Thursday, 8.30 am September 23rd, 2010:“ecosan Capacity Development Workshop” (day 2), Ugunja

Friday, 7.00 am September 24th, 2010:Study tour to the ROSA ecosan project in Nakuru (Departure from Ugunja and return to Kisumu, or private continuation to Nairobi)

Invitations have been already send out to selected ecosan practitioners. If you have failed to receive an invitation and are interested to participate please forward your application to ecosankenya@gmail.com. The number of particpants is limited to 20. There will be a waiting list.

For online registration cklick here

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to write an email to ecosankenya@gmail.com .

The draft program is as following


 










 

Anonymous –   – (August 17, 2010 at 7:42 AM)  

That is a good opportunity for capactiy building on ecosan!

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