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A trainer's manual for community managed water supplies in Kenya



manuel Jan 2012 ; 386 pages
Ed. UNICEF - Nairobi FAO - Nairobi Ministry of Water and Irrigation - Nairobi
Téléchargeable sous format: PdF (8 130 ko)
Abstract:
There is enormous diversity within the community managed water supplies in Kenya in terms of water source, infrastructure, scale and cultural context. As a result, the content of the Manual covers a diverse range of topics. Consequently there is a responsibility on the trainer to make sure that the content and level of detail is adapted and made appropriate to each particular community training occasion.
The Manual is focused on community managed water supplies. In the past there has been tremendous effort to incorporate sanitation and hygiene elements within community water projects. After consultations with stakeholders it was felt that there is adequate documentation on hygiene and sanitation training and therefore facilitators are referred to recognised materials on CHAST/PHAST/CLTS training to cover these topics.
The Manual is not intended to be used as a reference for the design of water supplies.
The Manual focuses on building understanding, knowledge and skills within the community members and their management structures on a range of organisational, legal, financial, and technical issues relevant to operating the water supply infrastructure efficiently and effectively in order to provide an improved and sustainable water supply.

Publics-Cibles:

Collectivité , Animateur/Educateur

Mots clefs:

distribution d'eau potable (CI) (DT) (OP) , maintenance, entretien (CI) (DT) (OP) , pompe (CI) (DT) (OP)

Editeurs/Diffuseurs:

UNICEF - Fonds des Nations Unies pour l'Enfance - Nairobi - Kenya
    

FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization - Nairobi - Kenya
    

Ministry of Water and Irrigation - Nairobi - Kenya
    

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