Thursday, March 2, 2017

2017. March. FREE TRAINING (Online). Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countryies MOOC.

BEMA International is a partner in the Global Water Partnership (endorser).

     This course would be relevant for ALL Countries, not just developing low or middle-income countries, but 
     relevant in the U.S.  Why is the Flint, Michigan water issue still an issue.  New innovative centralized and
     decentralized methods of water distibution need to be considered.  20th Century solutions to 21st
     Century programs requires new innovatived ideas and solutions.

      CDS   CEO  BEMA International
      Washington, D.C.

Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries MOOC


This provides a list of courses and scholarships suitable for WASH practitioners from across the WASH sector.

Submitted by Sinead_Lehane on Thu, 2017-02-09 10:21
The Alliance Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester (UK) are offering two Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries, taught by Professor Dale Whittington and Dr Duncan Thomas. Endorsed by the Global Water Partnership, both MOOCs are free of charge for all learners who enrol. There are no prerequisites; both MOOCs are open for enrolment by everyone. 

This course allows you to develop skills to examine critical current conditions and trends in water supply and sanitation services in low and middle-income countries around the world. 

This course assists you to develop skills to understand what can be done to solve global water supply and sanitation problems. 

Both MOOCs also feature guest contributions from practitioners, scholars and innovators, including: Clive Agnew, Eduardo Araral, Leong Ching, Barbara Evans, Regina Finn, Arif Hasan, Marc Jeuland, Don Lauria, Diana Mitlin, Kamal Kar, Stephen Littlechild, and Wu Xun.

How do I enroll?

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