Our Water Expertise and Training Centre has been operating since 2010 and had aims to increase access to and use of safe drinking water, including improved hygiene and sanitation in Afghanistan through supporting the capacity of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) implementing agencies to implement high-quality projects.
Over the years and until end of 2017, the centre has trained more than 4,500 staff of NGOs, UN, Government, Civil Society and the Private Sector on various Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene subjects.
The centre publishes a Quarterly Training Plan to inform WASH implementers of the dates of upcoming public training workshops. Partners can request dedicated and tailor-made training specifically for their staff.
The Centre has been engaged in Action Research over the course of the years some of which are mentioned below.
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