This publication presents experiences from a technology transfer programme implemented in Colombia between 1989-1996. The programme introduced multi-stage filtration in eight different regions.
|Title||Technology transfer in the water supply and sanitation sector : a learning experience from Colombia|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Secondary Title||Technical paper series / IRC|
|Pagination||ix, 90 p. : 4 boxes, fig., photogr., 8 tab.|
|Place Published||The Hague, The Netherlands|
|Keywords||capacity building, colombia, decentralization, demonstration projects, evaluation, institutional development, multi-stage filtration, sdicap, sdilac, sdiwat, slow sand filtration, sustainability, technology transfer|
This publication presents experiences from a technology transfer programme implemented in Colombia between 1989-1996. The programme introduced multi-stage filtration in eight different regions. The publication describes the holistic joint learning approach works used to support capacity building in the sector. The publication includes: 1. a description of the programme and its results; 2. a review of key issues in sustainable sector interventions; 3. a discussion of the theory and practice of technology transfer; and 4. an elaboration of the learning project approach.
|Custom 1||202.2, 255.0|
|Original Publication||Proyecto de aprendizaje en equipo, PAE's|