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SustSan workshop: The SSWM Toolbox by Tandiwe Erlmann


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SustSan workshop: The SSWM Toolbox by Tandiwe Erlmann

  1. 1. The SSWM Toolbox The SSWM Toolbox 0 seecon international gmbh Tandiwe Erlmann Ljubljana, Slovenia, April 4th 2014
  2. 2. 1 Main Hompage SUSTAINABLE SANITATION AND WATER MANAGEMENT TOOLBOX An integrative tool for capacity development at the local level „Linking up Sustainable Sanitation, Water Management & Agriculture“
  3. 3. • Dozens of behavioral change approaches • Hundreds of technological solutions • Thousands of good publications • And many good practice examples • Competing water uses, water scarcity & water conflicts 2 Situation to Address versus…
  4. 4. IWRM – from source to sea and back 3 Source: Own Graph
  5. 5. Sectoral Thinking 4 Water Sanitation Agriculture Source: Own Graph Solid Waste Energy
  6. 6. Sustainable Sanitation 5 Source: Own Graph
  7. 7. 6 IWRM + = Sustainable Sanitation The Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management (SSWM) Loop
  8. 8. Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management SSWM
  9. 9. 8 The Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management (SSWM) Loop How can I optimize my local water management and sanitation system? How can I plan and implement my water and sanitation initiatives in a more sustainable way?
  10. 10. •  It is an online open-source capacity development support tool: •  looking at the whole water and nutrient cycle •  considering a sound participatory planning and process approach •  and both hardware and software implementation tools 9 The SSWM Toolbox…
  11. 11. 10 Partners With the support of: Created by:
  12. 12. The SSWM Toolbox: Content 11     open  source  and   quality  approved   Process & Planning ToolsConcept Implemen- tation ToolsGuided Exercise Background Specific Topic Entry Pages
  13. 13. 12 Implementation ToolsProcess and Planning Tools SSWM Loop Participatory Project Planning and Process Cycle
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  16. 16. 15 Vertical Gardens
  17. 17. 16 Vertical Gardens
  18. 18. 17 Implementation ToolsProcess and Planning Tools SSWM Loop Participatory Project Planning and Process Cycle
  19. 19. 18 Planning and Process Tools: Frameworks and Approaches
  20. 20. 19 Planning and Process Tools: Exploring
  21. 21. The SSWM Toolbox: Online and Offline 20     open  source  and   quality  approved   Training of Trainers Open Source Library SSWM Courses Glossary Links to other Tools
  22. 22. 21 Visitor Trend Oct 2010 to Mar 2014 – weekly average Switzerland: 22’263 India: 117’466 USA: 108’887 Germany: 19’051 UK: 46’980 Canada: 21’506 Philippines: 29’511 Australia: 23’145Kenya: 14’775 March 2014 South Africa: 15’776 Brazil: 4’259 More than 750’000 Visits and Still Counting – A Global Network Total visits since launch 751,143 (20 %) Current visits per week 6812 Pakistan: 11’500 Mexico: 5’029 Mar 27, 2014
  23. 23. Implementation Projects 23 Training Courses SSWM Toolbox Specific Topic Entry Pages (STEPs) Regional Programmes Our Activities include:
  24. 24. 24 Gestión de Agua y Saneamiento en América Latina Gestion d’eau et d’assainissement en Afrique francophone SSWM in Southern Africa SSWM in South and South-East Asia Development of Regional Programmes Gestão Integrada e Sustentável de Água e Saneamento SSWM in Europe
  25. 25. 25 SSWM Workshops and Trainings Expert Course NepalHands-on training Bhutan Basic SSWM IndiaTraining of Trainers ZambiaEP&R Philippines
  26. 26. 29 Specific Topic Entry Pages – STEPs Why? •  Tailor the Toolbox to a specific target group •  Allow partners to use it more precisely for their knowledge management or capacity development activities and strategies How? •  Compile the relevant information of one specific topic in one overview chapter embedded within the Toolbox: •  Region/Language – e.g. América Latina •  Target group of partnering organisation – e.g. University Course •  Concept– e.g. Business development Specific Topic Entry Pages (STEPs)
  27. 27. •  STEP for Latin America (in collaboration with Cap-Net and IDB) •  STEP for University Course (Master level, in collaboration with UMB), Tribhuvan University in Nepal and COMSATS University in Abbottabad (Pakistan) •  Training-of-Trainers Module •  Urban SSWM (in collaboration with ICLEI) 30 Examples of STEPs
  28. 28. Under way: •  eCompendium (e-version of Compendium of Sanitation Technologies in collaboration with Eawag/Sandec) •  STEP Portugues for Portuguese speaking countries (in collaboration with Cap-Net and Universidade Eduardo Mondlane) 31 Examples of STEPs
  29. 29. STEP "Central and Eastern Europe"? •  customized long-term support tool for further trainings in CEE countries •  relevant information on the situation and improvement opportunities of water supply and sanitation systems in CEE countries •  support for the implementation of the overall Sustainable Sanitation Program 32 And why not a…
  30. 30. 33 •  Conduct your own SSWM trainings and workshops •  Share your knowledge and mainstream your experiences, findings, reports and publications (library or articles/factsheets) •  Create your own Specific Topic Entry Page (STEP) and address your target group: e.g. setting, region, language, your staff or partners, beneficiaries Become engaged! “Linking up Sustainable Sanitation, Water Management & Agriculture at the local level” Thank you! Please feel free to contact us: