State Times News BHADARWAH: An assessment workshop on water, sanitation and hygiene, jointly organised by the Communication and Capacity Development Unit (CCDU) of Water and Sanitation Support Organisation (WSSO), Department of PHE, I&FC Govt of Jammu and Kashmir in collaboration with Rafi Institute at Bhadarwah on Tuesday. The workshop with the tag line ‘Soch Badle To Desh Badlega’, in which representatives of socio-political organizations, students, members of Media fraternity and allied departments participated was organised at jam packed community hall Kotli. The workshop was aimed at to educate the people about importance of water sanitation and to motivate different sections of the society to spread the message about different ways and means to save every drop of water. Speaking on the occasion, Coordinator of the workshop, Nasir K Shah said, “Training and capacity building are long established critical components of global water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) policies, strategies, and programs. Expanding capacity building support for WaSH in developing countries is one of the targets of the Sustainable Development Goals. There are many training evaluation methods and tools available.” Today’s programme will be followed by the motivational workshops in all the panchayats of Bhadarwah as training in soft skills is relevant to managing public health programs beyond WaSH. We make recommendations on how training programs can be targeted and adapted to improve outcomes. Our conceptual framework can be used as a tool both for planning and evaluating training programs in WaSH. Prominent among those who spoke delivered lectures include Imtiaz-Ur-Rehman Butt, Riyaz Ahmed Najar, Gazi Naik, Tahir Nadeem Khan Yusafzai, AEE PHE Pawan Kumar, Health and Nutration Mobilizer Bhadarwah Nizam Latief Dar, Ghulam Nabi Ganai, Neeraj Singh Manhas, Mushtaq Ahmed and Nasir K Shah.
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