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Training Programme on Sanitation Safety Planning, June 27-30, 2017

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), India in collaboration with Word Health Organisation (WHO) conducted a four day training programme on “Sanitation Safety Planning (SSP)” from 27-30th June, 2017.  30 practitioners from India and abroad (Rwanda, Tanzania, Bangladesh, Kenya and Ghana) participated in the training programme to learn about SSP as a tool that provides a structure to bring together actors and stakeholders from various sectors to identify health risks in the sanitation systems and agree on improvements and regular monitoring.

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Slideshow: Training programme on Decentralised wastewater management November 15-17, 2015

Lake Revival Workshops

Towards lake conservation - August 7, 2011, Bangladesh
Towards Lake Conservation 2 - September 26, 2012, Bangladesh
Practitioner’s Toolkit
• Model course curriculum on rainwater harvesting and decentralized wastewater treatment – a way for mainstreaming sustainable water management for human settlements in Bangladesh
• Reinvent, recycle, reuse - toolkit on decentralized wastewater management
• Catch water where it falls - toolkit on urban rainwater harvesting in Bangla

Training Programmes and Capacity Building

South Asia DWWT Training Programmes
The training programmesaim at enhancing skill sets of practising professionals in the area of wastewater and to promote recycle and resuse of wastewater.
 

 
Faecal Sludge and Septage Management
The training programme aims at enhancing skill sets of practicing professionals in the sector of Faecal Sludge and Septage Management.
 

 
South Asia RWH Training Programmes
The training programmes for improving the undertanding of the concept for engineers, architects, planners, contractors, researchers and activists.
 

 

 

Training programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting System 17-19 June, 2014, Dhaka, Bangladesh

South Asia Water Programme Partners and Practitioners Meeting in Delhi on December 30, 2013

List of Participants

     
List of participants    
 

South Asia Water Programme Partners and Practitioners Meeting

 CSEs South Asia Programme supported by Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) Regional has extensive spread and varieties of engagements with many stakeholders. The broad overall objectives can be summarized as follows:

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