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Water and Sanitation for Urban Low-Income Communities



masters-level professional training module document pédagogique écrit Aug 2015
Ed. WSUP - London WEDC - Loughborough
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Abstract:
WSUP/WEDC have developed a teaching resource on urban WASH that is now available online for free, It aims at helping the urban WASH sector to professionalize. We hope it will be for academics and practitioners to use or adapt if they feel it can be of value to them.
In short: this is a masters-level professional training module called “Water and Sanitation for Urban Low-Income Communities”. It was primarily designed to give engineering masters students in low-income countries an overview of things they need to know in order to apply their technical skills in low-income communities, and that’s how WSUP and WEDC are currently using it, in partnership with universities in Africa and Asia. But of course it may be adaptable to other teaching contexts.
It’s designed for classroom delivery, over about 45 hours of contact time. It’s made up of 16 thematic units, and within each unit the materials essentially comprise a Powerpoint presentation plus Lecturer Notes outlining the unit’s aims and content, and providing guidance on how to deliver the class. Some units are flexible in content, to enable adaptation to local contexts.
It can be delivered as an off-the shelf package; or you might want to cut-and-paste parts of it into your own materials; or you might simply use it as guidance in developing other materials.
It’s absolutely free to download, but we do ask that you fill in a brief Use Request Form explaining who you are and how you might use it: evidently, it’s useful for us to be able to communicate this to the funder of the work (DFID).
See www.wsup.com/programme/resources/
Contents:
1 WASH in urban low-income communities: an overview
2 Urban low-income communities: the wider context
3 Water supply for urban low-income communities: models of service delivery
4 Water supply for urban low-income communities: achieving social fairness and commercial viability
5 Water supply for urban low-income communities: management models
6 Field trip
7 Understanding people’s needs and aspirations
8 Sanitation services for urban low-income communities: toilet technologies
9 Sanitation services for urban low-income communities: faecal sludge management
10 Sanitation services for urban low-income communities: management models
11 Invited speaker + extended discussion
12 Behaviour change and marketing
13 Monitoring and evaluating WASH services
14 Institutions, accountability and finance
15 Project: Planning a WASH intervention
16 Project: Planning a WASH intervention

Mots clefs:

assainissement (DT) (OP) , boues (gestion des ) (DT) (OP) , mode de gestion/gouvernance (DT) (OP) , péri-urbain (DT) (OP) , service public de l'eau (DT) (OP) , urbain (DT) (OP)

Editeurs/Diffuseurs:

WSUP - Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor - London - Royaume Uni
    

WEDC - Water, Engineering and Development Centre - Loughborough - Royaume Uni
    

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