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HWTS Sanitary Inspection Forms

Hello everyone, 

CAWST and University of Surrey are working to develop Household Water Treatment Sanitary Inspection forms that can be used by community representatives, health workers, water inspectors and humanitarian professionals. Your feedback will help us to ensure that these forms reflect your needs and experience. 

Please review the draft sanitary inspection forms for boiling and household slow sand filters. Your review of each form should take approximately 15 minutes.

Let us know if you have any questions. 

Humanitarian Water Engineering Online Intensive Course - Applications Open for Winter 2023 Session!

Humanitarian Water Engineering. 2 February - 28 April 2023 online intensive. Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research, Lassonde School of Engineering, CIFAL York, UNITAR, York University

The Humanitarian Water Engineering (HWE) intensive course offers participants an opportunity to gain essential knowledge and skills on safe water supply in humanitarian emergencies. The course covers the design and operation of water supply systems in humanitarian response including source water selection, water quality, water treatment, distribution and the safe water chain, and outbreak preparedness and response.

Applications are now open for the Winter 2023 HWE course, which will run from 2 February to 28 April 2023. The course is structured into a pre-reading phase followed by an intensive course phase consisting of five 2-week technical units. The total time commitment required for the course is at least 68 hours over 12 weeks (approximately 6 hours per week). A certificate will be offered to participants who successfully complete the course. 

We strongly encourage applications from practising humanitarian professionals who want to deepen their technical understanding of safe water supply. Subsidies are available for participants from low- and middle-income countries and for NGO, INGO, and UN employees.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning in January 2023. Selected candidates will be invited to register for the course. Enrolment is capped at 42 participants and registration will be on a first‚Äďcome, first‚Äďserved basis. The last day to apply is 27 January 2023.

Read more here.