NTS005:Result based monitoring and evaluation & Resource Mobilization WASH projects

10th – 21st  April 2017

2weeks

Cost US $1,480

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

 About the course

Many programmes have not adequately incorporated participatory monitoring in their activities. Consequently, monitoring has continued to be viewed as an activity that is carried out by outsiders, or an activity to satisfy funding conditionality.

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NTS001: Integrating CLTS tools in addressing rural sanitation

23rd – 27th October 2017

Cost US $ 950

1week

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the course

More people are affected by the negative impact of poor water supply and sanitation than by war, terrorism, and weapons of mass destruction combined.

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NTS0013: Wash And Nutrition

9th -13th October 2017

Cost US $950

1week

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the course

Nutrition is a key aspect in our day to day life. Water, Sanitation and hygiene related diseases affect the nutrition status of both children and adults which may consequently lead to many deaths and, yet these conditions can be managed nutritionally.

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NTS 008 Sustainable Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) in Schools & Communities

8th – 19th May  2017

Cost US $ 1,480

2weeks

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the Course

The shared world vision for hygiene, sanitation and water supply for the new millennium recognizes hygiene conditions and adequate access to safe water and sanitation services as a fundamental right.

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NTS009: Integrated Water Resources Management

27th  November – 1st December  2017

Cost US $950

1week

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

Water is a natural resource that is multifunctional and multidimensional, threatened, a source of competition and conflicts, looming and calling for integrated management. Since the Dublin conference, Integrated Water Resources Management has been seen as the answer to addressing the threat to the world’s resources

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NTS 004 WASH in emergencies: Risk Reduction

27th -3rd  February 2017

Duration:       1 week

Cost US$ 950

About the course

The period during and after disasters signifies a time of great risk in the transmission of infectious diseases. Conditions are often unsanitary and conducive to disease outbreak. The associated risks to health are due to lack of safe drinking water, poor sanitation and hygiene practices.

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NTS015: Water Safety Plans as Effective Water Quality Management Tools for Utilities

24th -28th April   2017

 Cost US $699

 1week

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

The most effective means of consistently ensuring the safety of a drinking-water supply is through the use of a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management approach that encompasses all steps in water supply from catchment to consumer.

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NTS010: Non Revenue Water Management for Urban Water & Sewerage Authorities & Utilities

8th  – 19th  August 2016

Cost US $ 1,480

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the course
One of the major challenges facing water utilities in the developing world is the high level of water losses—from physical losses (leakage), theft of water from the system, or because water users are not being properly billed. This difference between the amount of water put into the distribution system and the amount of water billed to consumers is known as ―Non Revenue Water (NRW).

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NTS012: Scaling Up Community Management for Sustainable Water Supply & Sanitation Programmes

6th – 17th November 2017

Cost US $1,480

2weeks

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the course

 Knowing the right way forward is one thing, but achieving the rate of progress needed to meet the MDG targets is another, these calls for ways of addressing the need to provide on-going support to the many existing water and sanitation systems.

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NTS 018Mainstreaming gender & mapping vulnerabilities in water & sanitation using participatory methodologies

27th  March – 31st March 2017

1week

US$950

It’s becoming increasing important today to incorporate issues of gender in all aspects of water and sanitation to enhance sustainability of the projects. History has proved  that over 70 % of the water and sanitation interventions in developing world that have ignore gender issues proved to be unsustainable.

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NTS002: Participatory Hygiene & Sanitation Transformation (PHAST)

6th – 17th March 2017

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

Cost US$1,480

About the course

Promotion of hygiene and sanitation has traditionally been based on directives, training and guidelines targeting individuals and households .However these messages rarely led to significant improvement in hygiene behaviour.

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NTS016: Micro- Financing for Water Supply & Sanitation-Exploring Opportunities for Scaling Up

25th– 29th July 2016

Cost US $ 950

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the course

Micro credit for water supply and sanitation is an innovative application of micro credit to provide loans to small enterprises and households in order to increase access to an improved water source and sanitation in developing countries.

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NTS004: WASH in emergencies- Risk Reduction

10th  – 14th October 2016

Cost US $950

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the Course

The period during and after disasters signifies a time of great risk in the transmission of infectious diseases. Conditions are often unsanitary and conducive to disease outbreak. The associated risks to health are due to lack of safe drinking water, poor sanitation and hygiene practices.

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