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WELL inception visit to Kenya (NETWAS) : mission report

The overall WELL purpose is improved access to information and support in water, sanitation and environmental health for DFID and Partner Agencies in Developing Countries. The purpose of the inception visit to the partner NETWAS in Kenya was: to identify and prioritise initial capacity development needs for the RCN; to initiate work plans with the RCN for the period ending March 2003; to finalise the first edition of the RCPs capability statement; and to agree on the objectives for the RCN partner's participation in WELL.
Another purpose of this inception visit was to serve as a sort of a pilot project for other inception visits.

TitleWELL inception visit to Kenya (NETWAS) : mission report
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsToot, M., Scott, R.
Pagination77 p.
Date Published2002-05-30
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedLondon, UK
Keywordscapacity building, evaluation, institution building, kenya, resource centres, sdiafr, sdiinf
Abstract

The overall WELL purpose is improved access to information and support in water, sanitation and environmental health for DFID and Partner Agencies in Developing Countries. The purpose of the inception visit to the partner NETWAS in Kenya was: to identify and prioritise initial capacity development needs for the RCN; to initiate work plans with the RCN for the period ending March 2003; to finalise the first edition of the RCPs capability statement; and to agree on the objectives for the RCN partner's participation in WELL.
Another purpose of this inception visit was to serve as a sort of a pilot project for other inception visits.

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