Training materials
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Sanitation Training Program for German NGOs
The German Toilet Organization (GTO), in collaboration with the ecosan program of the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ), has developed a training program for German NGOs. The GTO has been inundated with requests from right across the NGO spectrum asking for assistance in understanding the field of sanitation, and in response GIZ and GTO have started a series of training sessions in late 2010.
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Advanced Sanitation Training Course for German NGOs
After more than 5 basic sanitation trainings the German Toilet Organization (GTO) has developed a new advanced training course to deepen the knowledge of the participants on sustainable sanitation in the context of development cooperation. The first advanced training took place from 3 to 4 March 2012 in Berlin in the Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) and was a big success. The training topics ranged from detailed information on sustainable sanitation technologies and -systems to non-technical accompanying measures and financing. Various knowledge tools/toolboxes were introduced and project examples were discussed with regard to “best practices” and “lessons learnt”. 
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Sanitation Training Program for German NGOs
The German Toilet Organization (GTO), in collaboration with the ecosan program of the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ), has developed a training program for German NGOs. The GTO has been inundated with requests from right across the NGO spectrum asking for assistance in understanding the field of sanitation, and in response GIZ and GTO have started a series of training sessions in late 2010.
 
 
 
Sanitation Training Program for German NGOs
The German Toilet Organization (GTO), in collaboration with the ecosan program of the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ), has developed a training program for German NGOs. The GTO has been inundated with requests from right across the NGO spectrum asking for assistance in understanding the field of sanitation, and in response GIZ and GTO have started a series of training sessions in late 2010.
 
 
 
WASH Training Package for the Prevention of Diarrheal Disease

The "Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Improvement Training Package for the Prevention of Diarrheal Disease," provides information for organizations worldwide that seek to add WASH activities to their current programs or to start a diarrhea reduction program.

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Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management Toolbox (SSWM)
The Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management (SSWM) Toolbox is a very comprehensive collection of tools and approaches to make water management and sanitation more sustainable. The toolbox was compiled by seecon, in cooperation with numerous Susana partners.


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Sustainable Sanitation for the 21st Century - online course
This Sourcebook and 600 animated power-point slides provide the trainer (researcher, teacher, instructor, mobilizer, etc.) with a science- and experience-based material that covers all aspects of sanitation. It gives a topic-based and integrated understanding of the available possibilities to provide comfortable sanitation arrangements that recirculate resources in hygienic, affordable and socially accepted ways. Examples abound of systems and arrangements from various parts of the world.
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Ecosan training course at 2iE university in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso (GTZ)

Le cours de formation sur ecosan à l'Institut 2iE de Ouagadougou au Burkina Faso est présenté par la GTZ. Il comprend quatre modules ( tous en Francais).

Le 2iE est un Institut International Bilingue d´éducation et de recherche spécialisé dans les domaines de l´Ingénierie de l'Eau, l'Energie, l'Environnement et le Genie Civil. En coopération avec la GTZ et dans l'optique de parfaire la formation de ses étudiants dans le domaine de l'assainissement, a organisé un cours de formation sur ecosan mis en oeuvre entre le programme Eau et Assainissement de la GTZ au Burkina Faso , le 2iE et le programme ecosan de la GTZ. 

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The training course on ecosan at the 2iE university in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso is presented by the GTZ. There are four modules (all in French).
 

The 2iE is an International Bilingual Institute of education and research specialised in the fields of Water, Energy, Environment and Civil Engineering. In cooperation with the GTZ and aiming to perfect the training of their students in the fields of sanitation, has organised an training course on ecosan implemented between the Water Programm of GTZ in Burkina, the 2ie and the GTZ ecosan Programm. 
 

>>click here to view a slide show of the training on flickr

Click here to download all the presentations as a zip file (in French) (35.7 MB) 

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UNESCO-IHE online course "ecological sanitation"
This course presents approaches to sustainable sanitation in low-income countries world-wide, which contributes to achieving MDG targets in the area of sanitation but also in related fields such as natural resource protection, food security, improving living conditions in slums, poverty reduction and environmental sustainability. The course runs for 16 weeks in a part-time mode (about 8 hours per week).
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Capacity development for ecosan (Seecon, ESF, GTZ)

This interactive curriculum on ecosan is meant for university and college teachers and students, but also planners, architects, engineers, investors, decision making bodies such as communities, public administration, NGOs, development organisations, or simply interested persons. This is on of the first comprehensive compilations of ecosan related material, structured into an curriculum. The development of the curriculum was undertaken by Johannes Heeb (IEES), Petter D. Jenssen (UMB), Ken Gnanakan (ACTS) and Katharina Conradin (SEECON) and financed by the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC).

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