Component 4. Training

There is an extremely wide range of professions working in the water and sanitation sector, whether planning or constructing infrastructure or managing services. Some professions have emerged only recently in response to changes within the sector. Others are vital to the proper development of the sector and the provision of access to water and sanitation. It is these professions, both new and “traditional”, that were analyzed by the CMS program to identify both their capacity-building requirements and the training offers available.

Main outputs: