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Skill and Capacity Building Support to Various Stakeholders

Posted on 20 Feb 2017, 10:30AM
Training on Water Quality Monitoring and Management, Ranchi, April, 2015

Project Period 2011 to present
Implementing States Various States
Funded by INGOs/NGOs, Corporate Bodies and Individuals

Project Brief

A Nationwide study on 'Evaluation of Existing Capacities in WATSAN Sector' conducted by WASH Institute and Plan India revealed that a huge gap exists in qualified man power to address Water, Sanitation and Hygiene issues in the country. Hence this project was launched to fulfil the objective of providing skilled manpower to the sector through Capacity and Skill Building trainings (non-formal and formal trainings) across the country. Under this project many capacity building and training programs were held from the year 2008-2015.


More than 3000 INGO/NGO professionals and officers were trained through our Capacity building training programs (ToT Training). Also around 500 master masons were trained to build quality toilets. Trainings were also offered to 682 Swachhtadoots and SHG leaders during these years.