Published in: 2010
EcoSan Network, Kenya.
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Two ecosan workshops in Kenya, "ecosan Capacity Development Workshop" in Ugunja and "ecosan Vision workshop" in Nairobi, were organised and financed by the GTZ Program on sustainable sanitation - ecosan and the facilitating consultants Laura Kraft (freelance), Martin Wafler, Johannes Heeb (both seecon gmbh, Switzerland) and Ms. Pradnya Thakur (Ecosan Services Foundation, India). The main aim was to bring together sanitation and ecosan experts from various sectors, to interlink and capacity build them and to set a forum for open discussion on the future development of ecosan in Kenya.
The first workshop was called “ecosan Capacity Development Workshop” and took place in Ugunja, West of Kenya, on 21-24 September aiming at capacity building on ecological sanitation for Kenyan sanitation experts from water and sanitation utilities, NGOs, private companies, consultancies and masons. It featured input presentations, discussions and group works to address issues such as “Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS)”, social Marketing for Behavioral Change, Imitation of Capacity Building Initiatives and Resource Management. Furthermore the workshop included 2 study tours to existing ecosan projects in Ugunja and Mumias area and Nakuru.
Social Marketing - Thakur
Monitoring and evaluation template capacity building - Wakala
Policy and reform with template for capacity building - Onyango
CLTS in Africa - Otieno
Initiation of Capacity Building Initiative in India - Thakur
Community Led Total Sanitation Approach - Thakur
apacity workshop - study tour Ugunja
Various Authors (2010). EcoSan Capacity Building Workshop for Practitioners in Ugunja, Kenya - Conference materials. EcoSan Network, Kenya.
English Presentations Sub-Saharan Africa
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