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Capacity Building of Local/National WASH NGOs/CBOs in Africa (Cap-WASH Program)

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The primary goal of the Capacity Building of Local/National WASH NGOs/CBOs inAfrica(Cap-WASH) Program is to support capacity building and knowledge management for African local/national WASH NGOs/CBOs. We are working to accomplish this by: (i) conducting a review of existing networks for African WASH NGOs/CBOs at the regional or sub-regional level, as well as resources/platforms created to support them through capacity building and knowledge management services, (ii) identifying an appropriate niche for USAID support to African NGO/CBO capacity building and/or knowledge management, and (iii)  implementing cost-effective interventions to support African WASH NGOs/CBOs and increase their ability to design and implement sustainable WASH service programs.

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Appui technique aux opérateurs nationaux dans le domaine de l’assainissement

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Le SIAAP appuie trois grands opérateurs publics nationaux dans le domaine de l’assainissement l’ONEP au Maroc, l’ONEA au Burkina Faso et l’INRH à Cuba. Ces opérateurs assurent la gestion des ouvrages et des systèmes d’assainissement des grandes villes de leur pays. Leur montée en compétences permet donc de garantir la qualité du service.

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Increasing access to rural community members by strengthening the Capacity of Civil Society Organisations, Local Private Enterprises and Community Members in Domestic Roof Water Harvesting and management in Uganda

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This solution stems from a successful intervention by  NETWAS-Uganda with support from African Water Facility where we strengthened capacities of 3 local NGOs from 3 District Local governments, Private enterprises and the beneficiary community during the implementation of Roof Catchment  Rainwater harvesting and Management  project. This solution ensured that rural  people gain access to low cost safe water and provided them with learning on management of water throughout the dry season.

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Horizontal Learning enables local governments to connect with each other to identify, share and replicate the good practices of their peers.

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The Horizontal Learning Program is a Union Parishad led peer-to-peer learning initiative facilitated by the government of Bangladesh and supported by development partners. The HLP seeks to complement conventional efforts to strengthen the capacity of the UPs through a process of appreciative inquiry with peer-to-peer learning. The program is based on the assumption that capacities already exist and that networking peers around good practices can enable those practices to be identified and replicated to influence policies.

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Capacity Development Program (CDP) for Small Scale Piped Water Supply Private Providers (SSPP) in Laos and Cambodia

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The overall aim of the Capacity Development Program (CDP) was to support the professionalization process of emerging Small Scale Private Providers (SSPPs) in Lao PDR and Cambodia. CDP was a way to support existing investors and operators in the water supply sector to successfully run their business. The objective was to improve technical, business management and financial skills of the small scale private providers to ensure the viability and quality of the water services they run.

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Capacity building for operator efficiency and effectiveness in urban wastewater treatment

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Fleming College provides wastewater operator training course designed to provide the necessary training required to meet the government of Ontario wastewater operator certification. These courses cover a wide range of topics including microbiology, coagulation / flocculation techniques, pump maintenance to disinfection and many others. Fleming has significant experience in the delivery of these courses to a wide range of audiences including aboriginal First Nation communities within Canada and therefore would be able to adapt the course material to meet the needs of other cultural groups.

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Empowering Rural Communities Through Groundwater Development: Case Study of the Embera Indians, Panama

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The Embera Indians of Panama’s remote southern Darien Province face daunting challenges with respect to safe drinking water. The isolation of their villages – near the Colombian border, with no roads to the outside world – exacerbates their plight. To assist the Embera in their efforts to acquire potable water and the knowledge to obtain it themselves, a team from the USA nonprofit Lifewater International was invited to assess the situation, make recommendations and, if feasible, initiate training for the Embera in well drilling, well completion, and pump installation and repair.

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Impact assessment of climate change on agriculture water use in Mekong River Basin and Seki River Basin(Japan)

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The model in Seki River Basin enable to assess the impact to food production in the small river basin and highly developed irrigation area, whereas the  model in Mekong River Basin is used for the assessment in the large river basin and rainfed paddy area.

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PROGRAM WATER SCHEDULE IN SCHOOLS – Environmental education to develop people capacities to use the governmental policies tools for the water resources management and their adaptions to the climate changes

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The ways to operate the Project “Water Schedule in Schools” are based in participation, decentralization and transdiciplinarity principles, as well as the recognition of social, cultural and environmental diversity inside the watersheds regions in the Rio de Janeiro State. His legal base are the Federal and State water resources policies ( 9.433/97 and 3.239/98 Laws)

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Management of Irrigated schemes: the role of Water User Associations (WUA) in Morocco

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This solution focuses on the management of an irrigated scheme on the river Sebou, in the Northern Moroccoby Water Users Associations (WUA). The Sebou Basin concentrates 20% of Morocco’s population and holds a third of the country’s water resources. This Basin is a real “water tower” for a semi-arid Morocco and the aim is to sustainably mobilize its resources. Two projects of irrigation has been implemented in Moyen Sebou (the first one from 1996 to 2001 covering6500 ha of irrigated land and the second one from 2010 to 2014 covering4500 ha).

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