Conducting two SFD trainings in Jordan
Managed under the umbrella of SuSanA together with partners, the SFD Promotion Initiative was born. In the first phase of this project, the SFD approach was applied in about 40 cities worldwide. A key objective of the next phase of this initiative is to promote and facilitate the use of SFDs by city authorities worldwide, development partners and utilities as part of the urban sanitation advocacy and planning process, by making SFDs a standard tool for identifying key issues and challenges in cities or towns.
In that regards, the SuSanA West Asia and North Africa (WANA) Chapter partnered with GIZ in Jordan and funded by BMZ; aimed to enable government employees and sanitation practitioners in Jordan to recognise the need to achieve sustainable sanitation and providing them with the tools (SFD) to help identify baseline situations and their possible interventions.
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Capacity development German government International NGO Middle East & North Africa Practitioners Specific to one or several countries
Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association
WANA Regional Chapter Coordinator (wana-admin)
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