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City-Wide Inclusive Sanitation (CWIS): AfWA organizes a training-of-trainers

Tuesday, 21 December 2021
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Within the framework of the SAO-CWIS project (capacity building project of AfWA and operators for the implementation of inclusive sanitation in cities), AfWA organized, from November 23 to December 14, 2021 a training of trainers on inclusive sanitation, for African experts in order to constitute a pool of competent instructors who will then host various training courses at the benefit of sanitation actors at the level of the cities involved in its SAO-CWIS project.

This training of trainers comes after the series of launching workshops of this program organized in 12 African countries and pursue objectives such as mobilizing Regional Implementing Partners and regional experts to facilitate training within the framework of the project, clearly definition of their roles and responsibilities, establishment of a common understanding and language around CWIS to ensure continuity across the continent, providing learners with the experience and training resources so that they can adapt it to their region, and finally assessment of the training needs of the main actors in sanitation in order to offer tailor-made trainings to help cities achieving the sustainable development goals, using the CWIS approach.

About 50 participants attended this training organized in collaboration with CAWST (Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology); they expressed their satisfaction at the end of the session by saying that the training gave them the opportunity to meet colleagues,as well as the interactions, especially the group work, which were educational and conducive to sharing experiences. They expressed their willingness to make their skills available to their cities ---------------------

It is worth to note that the SAO-CWIS project is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the United States Agency for International Development. It aims to build the capacities of sanitation operators and help improve access to adequate sanitation services for around 10 million people in 52 African cities.

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