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GLOWS training module: learning about multiple uses of water

This training module forms part of the wider set of Guided Learning on Water and Sanitation (GLOWS) modules that have been developed to support problem-based and guided self-learning on water and sanitation in Ethiopia. GLOWs training materials are currently used by several Technical and Vocational Education and Training College (TVETCs) and in a range of projects supported by SNV, Meta Meta, the Ethiopian Water Alliance, the RAIN Foundation and other partners. This GLOWS module on multiple water use is a fully revised and updated version of the module included in the first GLOWS training package. [authors abstract]

TitleGLOWS training module: learning about multiple uses of water
Publication TypeTraining Material
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsVisscher, JT, Butterworth, J
Pagination19 p.; 5 Tab,; 4 Box.;
Date Published12/2013
PublisherGLOWS, Ethiopia
Place Publisheds.l.
Publication LanguageEnglish
KeywordsGround water, multiple uses of water, rainwater
Abstract

This training module forms part of the wider set of Guided Learning on Water and Sanitation (GLOWS) modules that have been developed to support problem-based and guided self-learning on water and sanitation in Ethiopia. GLOWs training materials are currently used by several Technical and Vocational Education and Training College (TVETCs) and in a range of projects supported by SNV, Meta Meta, the Ethiopian Water Alliance, the RAIN Foundation and other partners. This GLOWS module on multiple water use is a fully revised and updated version of the module included in the first GLOWS training package. [authors abstract]

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