- Executive Directors
- Exploitation Directors
- Financial Directors
- Executive Officers
Why follow this training?
The Water for All Chair offers thematic specialized sessions.
- They bring together industry experts and are open to any water and sanitation professional.
- Come and learn about the operational management of your unit and the operating processes, acquire new practices and new tools.
- Innovate and upgrade your knowledge in the perspective of the evolution of your career.
- Restructure your teams and equip your employees with new practices and organizations to support the reform of the sector.
- Lead your drinking water or sanitation service towards excellence in continuity, quality, sustainability and accessibility.
- Acquire general knowledge on wastewater and its impact on public health, the environment and urban activities.
- Find out about the strategies and technologies for reducing harmful impacts and leveraging them.
- Understand the various components of a sanitation programme (protection of public health and the environment,local population needs and resources, technical feasibility, funding, communication, reinforcing the capabilities oflocal authorities, etc.).
Organisation of the programme: rural/urban, domestic/industrial & crafts activities, collective/non-collective, individual/shared equipment, etc..
Demand analysis: assessment, study of demand, zoning, demand scheduling, sanitation awareness, demand creation (marketing).
Panel of technical solutions available for collective and non-collective sanitation, wastewater drainage, urban rainwater management and purification principles (water and sludge), adapted to the various links of the sanitation chain (collection, drainage, treatment).
Funding of urban sanitation: How to fund investments and the operation of a sanitation service (both for collective and non-collective needs), funding tools for sanitation.
Urban governance of sanitation: Institutional framework of sanitation, planning and developing urban sanitation strategies, relationship between operators and the various stakeholders of the sector (local authorities, populations, etc.): dialogue, consultations, cooperation, etc.; specific needs depending on the size of the town: semi-rural areas, medium-sized towns, large cities, megalopolises.
Operational management of a sanitation service: Development of a sanitaiton service in a town of a developing country, sanitation service management, link with the urban development of the town.
Case studies in various countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America: relevance of this approach in the field, and the need for upstream local planning work.
Extensive knowledge of wastewater and excreta sanitation issues in developing countries.
Ability to work on the various components of the sanitation programme and offer appropriate solutions to set up a sanitation service that is complete and durable, both from a technical and financial standpoint, and in terms of communication and management of sanitation stakeholders.
Management of a sanitation service including collective and individual sanitation.
Franceys R., J. Pickford., Reed R., 1992, A guide to the development of on-site sanitation, OMS Série of pS-Eau guides:
- Guide 1. How to develop a concerted municipal strategy for water and sanitation in large towns in Africa (Le Jallé et Al., 2011)
- Guide 3/ How to analyze the demand of current and future users for water and sanitation services in towns and cities in Africa (Roger G., 2011)
- Guide 4 / How to select appropriate technical solutions for sanitation (Gabert et Al., 2011)
- Guide 5 / How to manage public toilets and shower (Toubkiss et Al., 2011)
- Guide 6 / How to finance sanitation in sub-saharan Africa (Désille et Al., 2011)
- Guide n°7. Non-conventional sewerage services. When to choose this option, how to implement this solution. (Ily et Al., 2014)
- Compendium of Sanitation Systems and Technologies – 2nd Edition (Tilley et Al., 2014)
- Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) book (Strande et Al., 2014)
- Sanitation and Hygiene in Africa: Where do We Stand? Analysis from the AfricaSan Conference, Kigali, Rwanda (. Cross & Al., 2014).
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