Training courses on sustainable sanitation by German Toilet Organization

GTO training course

The German Toilet Organization (GTO), in cooperation with Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) and the GIZ program “Sustainable sanitation – ecosan”, offers two training courses (basic and advanced) in Germany for NGO workers and interested parties who want to acquire or deepen their knowledge on sustainable sanitation and the planning and implementation of sanitation projects.

The basic course “Toilets for schools and public buildings in developing countries” (PDF; 0.2 MB) takes place on 11-12 February 2012 in Iffeldorf, near Munich and the advanced course on “Sustainable solutions for sanitation in developing and countries in transition” (PDF; 0.2 MB) takes place on 3-4 March 2012 in Berlin. Both courses will be held in German.

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  1. Dear partners,

    My name is Dr. Omotosho Bolarinwa Michael a registered member of World Toilet organization. The name of my organization is Anchor International Care & Humanitarian Initiatives – A subsidiary of Anchor International Outreach Ministry, based in Nigeria.

    I hereby seek for volunteers who are passionate about Africa – precisely Nigeria and willing to come speak in our programmes School hygiene and sanitation programmes 2012. Also Community water and sustainable sanitation programmes.

    Please any interested individual contact us on e-mail.

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