The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is launching an online course on the preparation of Shit Flow Diagrams (SFDs). The course will last for the entire month of June and has a load of 8 h/week. You can find out more on their website and apply by May 24 (deadline was postponed). There are also scholarships available!
SFDs are a new and innovative way to engage sanitation experts, political leaders and civil society in coordinated discussions about excreta management in their city. It is a visualization tool that summarizes complex information into an easy-to-understand graphic, as it simply shows how excreta is or is not contained along the sanitation chain. It is a widely recognized advocacy and decision support tool, which has the potential to shift the focus of attention, money and activities towards effective and inclusive urban sanitation and more efficient investments, thereby, improving the situation of all urban residents and environment. To know more about SFDs, visit https://sfd.susana.org
Further Description / Program
Module 1: Introduction to SFD (Introduction to SFD, Application of SFD)
Module 2: Understanding SFD (How to read SFD, SFD Manual - glossary, SFD report)
Module 3: Data collection and analyses (Identifying data required for SFD preparation, Methodology for data collection, Learnings from the field – CSE experience, How to analyze data)
Module 4: Make your own SFD (Introduction to the graphic generator, Step by step guide to use the graphic generator)
This training is intended for anyone who wishes to prepare an SFD report for a town or a city. Whether you are working for a local, regional or national government, an NGO, a University, or if you are just interested in learning more about SFDs, this training is for you. We will guide you through the process, to introduce you to the definitions, tools and methods, using worked examples.
•One year free subscription to Down To Earth magazine after enrollment
•Top 10 students will get 50% refund of fee
•The authors of the best five reviewed reports will get a full fellowship to attend an international conclave on sanitation at AAETI
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