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Learn@WELL

Now hosted by WEDC, the Learn Modules are now available to study online.

Click here to sign up for the Emergency Water Supply & Sanitation Module or the Soft Skills Module.

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Welcome to the WELL website

The WELL website is a focal point for providing access to information about water, sanitation and environmental health and related issues in developing and transitional countries. Follow our INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SANITATION link to go directly to our knowledge and information products concerning sanitation.

If this is your first visit to our website you may wish to learn more about WELL. To navigate the site please follow the links at the top and left-hand side of each page or from the Site Map.

The WELL website offers Publications and Information Products: Follow the link to the WELL Publications Listing where you will find downloadable WELL Documents including Factsheets, Briefing Notes, Studies, and Consultancy summaries. These are categorised according to:

Also visit the WEDC website for further key documents on sanitation:
WEDC Publications - Sanitation

Capacity Building Products

Resource Centre Network Development capacity building initiatives were developed with Southern partners including learn@WELL, capacity building modules which are now available online. These cover essential generic skills development for sector professionals: for example, developing consultancy skills and services, analytical skills, report writing - please follow the link above and register for free access to the modules.

Online Resources

These include:

The WELL website is currently supported by WEDC, Loughborough University, UK. We would welcome your feedback on the WELL website and also any suggestions you may have as to how we can develop the site further.

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