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Short course on Self-supply Technologies

The CCAP SMART Centre Malawi, in collaboration with the SMART Centre Group, is organizing a short course on low-cost Water and Sanitation Technologies with a focus on Self-supply.

The course

The training will be given by specialists with 5 to 30 years of experience in rural water supply including Mr. Mzumala, who has drilled over 300 wells and Henk Holtslag, senior advisor of the SMART Centre Group. The training will include the demonstration of technologies like the SHIPO, Mzuzu and EMAS drilling, a range of 8 different hand and solar pumps, household water filters, latrines and the production of various parts.

For who?

The training is for WASH advisors of NGOs, Government Officials and those with general interest in learning more about technologies and approaches that can help to reach SDG 6 and other water related SDGs like poverty, food security & employment. The focus will be on solutions for households, farmers and small communities. Please note that the number of trainees is limited to 15.

The objectives

  1. Create awareness on SMARTechs.
    Simple, Market-based, Affordable, Repairable Technologies for Water and Sanitation.
  2. Create awareness on the existence and experiences of innovative approaches like supported Self-supply, Well Clubs and Faith & Water that can help in rural development.
  3. Discuss ideas on how to scale supply chains of low-cost water technologies, which are applicable for families, small scale irrigation and communal supply in remote rural communities.

When: Monday 8 June – Friday 12 June 2020

Where: SMART Centre Malawi, Luwinga, Mzuzu

Want to know more?

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