Webinar: From Technologies to Lasting Services – Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Sustainability

On January 21st, Engineering for Change will host a webinar about the tools developed by the WASHTech consortium.

Time: 11:00 a.m. New York, EST (convert to your time)

Presenters: André Olschewski, Water, Environmental Management and Spatial Planning Specialist, Skat Foundation; Benedict Tuffuor, Programme Officer, TREND Ghana; and Jo Smet, Senior Programme Officer, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre

In this webinar, participants will:

  • Learn more about bottlenecks to lasting service delivery and how the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) and Technology Introduction Process (TIP) can help
  • Understand key elements of TAF and TIP
  • Discover how TAF and TIP have been applied in Ghana
  • Reflect on potential use of the tools in their own work

The webinar is free and you can register here

Engineering for Change is an international network with over 17,000 members. It provides a forum to connect, collaborate, solve challenges and share knowledge among a growing community of engineers, technologists, social scientists, NGOs, local governments and community advocates, who are dedicated to improving the quality of life all over the world.

About Carmen da Silva Wells

Working on sanitation and hygiene behavior change, knowledge sharing and storytelling. Learner, lover of life, colour & people who make me laugh.
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2 Responses to Webinar: From Technologies to Lasting Services – Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Sustainability

  1. Carmen da Silva Wells says:

    Updates from the session were posted on twitter using #E4CWebinars. The full recording will be available on Engineering for Change’s website soon.

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