The coronavirus pandemic has proven that everybody must have access to public health and clean water, so that nobody is left out and nobody can be the carrier of the virus. We know that massive numbers of people in rural regions do not have access to clean water. But what is worse is that if faecal sludge is not safely treated and reused, it will end up contaminating the available sources of water, reducing supply or adding to the health burden of communities. This is why this work becomes so critical, particularly in the COVID-19 world.
CSE has launched an "Global Online Training Course Toilet Technologies and Faecal Sludge and Water Management in Rural Areas" between February 20 to March 6, 2021.
The course comprises self-study, technological learning tools such as presentations and audios and videos featuring case studies. The training will provide with online forums and discussions where ever required. Quizzes and assignments will be part of this programme. The course will facilitate the participants to interact and learn from selected experts through planned live sessions.
Please follow the link below to know more about the course.
Online registration for the course has started.
•Knowledge of safe, adaptable and sustainable technologies for managing toilet
•Understanding decentralised technologies to manage grey and black water
•Training on how to reuse wastewater and faecal sludge
•Guidance on the use of Information, Education and Communication (IEC) material
effectively for safe disposal and reuse of faecal sludge
•Connecting water to toilets -- how to make the usage of toilets sustainable
•How to make the source of drinking water sustainable through rainwater harvesting
•Access to success stories on community-led water harvesting projects
This is a fellowship-based course. Candidates will be chosen based on their profile
and departmental nomination. Please apply with your CV, and letter of nomination
from the head of your department, explaining how you will be using the knowledge
gained in this course.
Dates: February 20-March 6, 2021
Last Date to Apply: 10th February, 2021
Course Coordinator/Programme Officer Rural Water-Waste Management
+91-11- 40616000; Extension- 280
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