Published in: 2010
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
Ekane, N. et al.
This report covers seven programmes from 2005 to 2009 with a total number of 201 participants, and focuses on the impact on the participants and their organisations.
The overall objective of this programme was to disseminate information and
knowledge about new options in sanitation to support urban dwellers in reducing human and environmental health risks, improving nutritional status and protecting water resources and other environmental assets.
A conclusion that can be drawn is that the professional projects have given each participant an identity (developed within the area of sanitation) in their various working places. From the correspondence with participants after their participation in the programme, it is clear that they have changed their way of working. Therefore, an important programme goal has been fulfilled.
Ekane, N. et al. (2010). Ecological alternatives in sanitation from 2005 to 2009 - Impact study of the advanced international training programme. Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
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