This guide covers steps required for engaging effectively with decision-makers; increasing the impact beyond programmatic solutions; and influencing individuals, organisations, policies, regulations, and financing.
|Title||Freshwater conservation and WASH advocacy strategy workshop : facilitator's guide|
|Publication Type||Training Material|
|Year of Publication||2020|
|Authors||Walter, E, Sorto, C, Edmond, J, Mercurio, S, Rozenberg, E|
|Pagination||65 p. : photogr. + 4 appendices (48 p., 8 p., 7 p., 23 p.)|
|Publisher||Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group and IRC|
|Place Published||Washington, DC, USA|
IRC and Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group Members, Conservation International and the Jane Goodall Institute, jointly developed the Freshwater Conservation and WASH Advocacy Strategy Workshop Facilitator's Guide because advocacy is a critical step in enabling integrated freshwater conservation-WASH management and must be closely tied to field-implementation of freshwater management strategies.
The target audience for this manual is development practitioners and advocates who desire a supportive policy environment for integrated freshwater conservation and WASH programming. The guide covers steps required for engaging effectively with decision-makers; increasing the impact beyond programmatic solutions; and influencing individuals, organisations, policies, regulations, and financing.
The Freshwater Conservation and WASH Advocacy Strategy Workshop Guide is comprised of five parts, the main Facilitator's Guide and 4 appendices:
The four-day workshop outlined in the guide is designed to introduce advocacy and provide the rationale for the important role advocacy and influencing play to advance freshwater conservation and WASH at national and sub-national level goals through changes in policies, budgets, and practices.
Includes glossary and 17 ref.