The aim of this module is to provide you with a critical understanding of, and skills relating to, the complex mix of institutional, environmental, social, economic and human factors that have to be considered when facilitating the improvement of sanitation in rural, small town, peri-urban and informal urban settings; and enable you to understand the importance of changing people's attitudes and behaviours as well as delivering infrastructure improvements.
Welcome to the Household and Communal Sanitation Management distance learning module. I'm Rebecca Scott, lecturer at WEDC, at the School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering. You can find out more about me from my staff profile.
The module starts in February, but you can still apply. Open the Module Booking Form here.
This module is comprised of 12 units. Please note that module resources are provided from within the unit guides.
Sanitation in context
4 February 2020
On-site rural sanitation
11 February 2020
Sanitation in small town, peri-urban and informal urban settings
11 February 2020
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