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
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