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Hygiene Promotion in Emergencies, RedR India, India, 09-12 March 2010

This course module helps participants to create hygiene awareness in emergencies and enable communities to take appropriate action through effective participation. Theory, practice and hands-on experience are all built into this intensive four-day module.

Course topics:

  • Water and Sanitation issues and its affect on public health
  • Hygiene Promotion Skills, Methods and Approaches
  • Communication strategy for behaviour change

The course helps participants understand the important link between ‘Water- Sanitation’- ‘behaviour change’ and ‘Health’ the entire training is built around this principle. This course, therefore systematically covers all the major components related to Hygiene Promotion.

Venue: Pune, Maharashtra, India

Contact: RedR India, e-mail: training [at] redrindia.org, tel.: +91 20 3291 2532, Tel/Fax:+91 20 25446659

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February 10, 2010 at 2:34 pm

Ecosan and Emergencies, RedR India, India, 02-05 March 2010

Course Objectives:

In this 4 days training, first 2 days focus on understanding ecosan from development projects and the second half of the course on identifying potential for emergency context should feature.

To understand the principles of ecosan philosophy and the benefits of technologies under ecosan concept from development projects and cast studies

To expose to the successful application of ecosan interventions in emergency context through case studies.

To identify appropriate technologies under ecosan concept and specific contexts and situations where they can be adopted in emergencies

Training methodology

RedR training emphasises on active learning through participatory group exercises, case studies, role-play, focused discussion, field visits and practicals. Training is planned and presented in collaboration with relief agencies and specialist organisations. Informal exchange of experience is a vital part of every course.

Venue: BAIF Development Research Foundation (BAIF), National Highway No. 4, Warje, Pune, Maharashtra, India – 411 029

Contact: RedR India, e-mail: training [at] redrindia.org, tel.: +91 20 3291 2532, Tel/Fax:+91 20 25446659

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February 10, 2010 at 11:27 am


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