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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION National Level training on Water Sanitation and Hygiene

isms | 01 March, 2014 02:28

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

NATIONAL LEVEL TRAINING ON WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE (WASH)

17 – 20 March 2014

After the completion of the two National level trainings on water sanitation and hygiene; Kathmandu University, Department of Environment Science & Engineering and Department of Mechanical Engineering invite application for a four-day “National Training on Water Sanitation and Hygiene WASH)” from 17 to 20 March at the University premises in Dhulikhel. The training is being organized in collaboration with Water Aid in Nepal and will be facilitated by both in-house University experts and external experts from several WASH-related organizations

The main objectives of this training are:

         i.           Focus on technical aspects and practical approaches on WASH with appropriate case studies and field visits

       ii.            Capacity building of participants in WASH delivery programs

 iii.         Further development of networking in WASH

Registration Fee              : Rs. 4,000/- per participant (Accommodation, field visit and closing social event)

Target Participants           WASH practitioners: Sanitation workers and Public Health             professionals

Deadline for application     : March 9th 2014

Application should be submitted by email at:   bstl.ku.wash@gmail.com

For further enquiry contact:

Ritavrat Joshi                             : 9841490756
Suman Dhun Shrestha                  : 9841342001
Matina Shakya                            : 9841665561
Biomass Stove Testing Lab        : (011)-661399 Ext. 0305 (9 A.M – 4 P.M)

Stay updated through http://washtrainingatku.blogspot.com and

http://www.ku.edu.np/bstl

 Note: The registration fee is to be paid out only after the selection of candidates is carried out by the university.

::CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION FORM:: 

 
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