Skill gap in the sanitation sector: challenges and opportunities.
|Title||Skilling in sanitation is the key to building a sustainable ecosystem : synthesis document|
|Publication Type||Briefing Note|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Authors||IRC, India Sanitation Coalition, TARU Leading Edge|
|Secondary Title||Insights series|
|Publisher||IRC, India Sanitation Coalition and TARU Leading Edge|
|Place Published||New Delhi, India|
India Sanitation Coalition, IRC and Taru Leading Edge organised the third ‘Insights’ session on 27 February 2017 in Delhi, as part of the WASH Dialogue Partnership forum. “We talk about skills, what is it? Who is it we want to train? There is a need to go beyond masons, quality of toilets and also understand the significance of skilling workers across the sanitation value chain”.
In this session, the panel of members along with the participants deliberated on the current skill gap in the sanitation sector. The discussion focused on identifying key skills required specifically for sanitation.