Count me in! Inclusive WASH in Ethiopia
Count me in! Inclusive WASH in Ethiopia is one of six modules in the OpenWASH learning resources. This module has been produced in partnership between WaterAid and The Open University in the UK.
In recent years, considerable progress has been made towards achieving the global goal of universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). In Ethiopia, although access ‘for all’ is an identified target, there are significant sections of society that have been left behind by developments toward this goal. This module aims to raise awareness of the reasons why people are excluded and how this impacts their lives. It offers guidance on what changes and provisions are needed to promote and secure all people’s rights to water and sanitation.
The module’s five separate study sessions are each expected to take about two hours to study, if you are learning on your own. The OpenWASH Trainers’ Handbook provides guidance on using the modules in a variety of face to face teaching contexts.
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This course is part of a collection
This course is part of a collection of courses called OpenWASH. There are 6 courses in this collection so you may find other courses here that maybe of interest to you.
Course learning outcomes
After you have studied this Module you should be able to:
- Identify people who are likely to be excluded from WASH services.
- Describe the barriers to inclusive WASH.
- Design and implement suitable technologies and service provision to ensure all members of society are served.
- Actively engage in methods and tools that promote inclusive WASH services.
First Published 30/07/2018.