Scaling up capacity building initiatives in FSM

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Scaling up capacity building initiatives in FSM

What are the various capacity building/training programmes that have achieved scale and have been successfully implemented across the sanitation value chain? Request forum members to share case-studies, courses, materials and other resources from across the world that showcase innovation in the area of capacity building and successful scaling-up of training among stakeholders in sanitation. Thanks.

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Re: Scaling up capacity building initiatives in FSM

I would suggest looking up iDE Cambodia. They have done a lot of capacity building and value chain improvement in sanitation in Cambodia over the past 20 years. They have published myriad papers on their successes and failures.

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