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1 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 1 Water in Emergencies Opening session Introductions and the Cluster Approach

2 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 2 Welcome & Introductions Welcome & introductions House-keeping Aims of the course Timetable Ice breaker

3 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 3 Aims of the Training Course To enable field practitioners to improve the quality of water related responses in emergency contexts - with a particular focus on large displacements and longer term emergencies It aims to improve knowledge on: Good practice & minimum standards Relevance of responses for different stages and contexts Linkages – WASH, cross-cutting, software / hardware, Cluster

4 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 4 Timetable – day 1 - morning TimeNoModule / name Day (30 min)W0Opening session 9.00 (30 min)W0Introduction to the Cluster Approach 9.30 (30 min)W1Water supply linkages (30 min)W2Water needs – pt (30 min)Coffee break (45 min)W2Water needs – pt (45 min)W3Local regulations, cultural norms & good practice (45 min)W4Water sources, treatment & implications (45 min)Lunch

5 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 5 Timetable – day 1 - afternoon TimeNoModule / name (1 hr)W5Assessment, prioritisation and monitoring (30 min)W6Meeting immediate water needs (15 min)Coffee break (45 min)W7Medium term water responses (45 min)W8Case study exercise (15 min)Break (1 hr)W9Water facilities & good practice (15 min)Individual noting down of key learning points Closure day 1

6 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 6 Timetable – day 2 - morning TimeNoModule / name Day (30 min)Welcome Feedback of key learning points from day (2 hr)W10Operation & maintenance and sustainability in longer term, chronic and transitional situations (30 min)Coffee break (45 min)W11Context specific session - armed conflicts, urban, cold climates, or arid & semi-arid (30 min)Water training – workshop evaluation (30 min)Lunch

7 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 7 Timetable – day 2 - afternoon TimeNoModule / name Day (2 hr 45 min)W12Site visit & discussions with users & implementers (including travel time) (15 min)Break (30 min)Feedback on learning from site visit 17.30Closure of training

8 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 8 The Cluster Approach When: Set up after the Humanitarian Reform review of 2005 Why: To improve the effectiveness of humanitarian responses How: Through the creation of clusters or partnerships in all sectors & areas

9 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 9 Building strong partnerships in the key areas of humanitarian work will make responses: More effective use of resources responding to the most urgent needs / gaps Better structured – ensuring capacity in all sectors Improving standards of response More professional – coordinated responses through sector partnerships More accountable – with predictable leadership The Cluster Approach

10 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 10 The 11 Global Cluster Areas Lead Agency AgricultureFAO Camp Coordination/ManagementUNHCR Early RecoveryUNDP EducationUNICEF/STC Emergency ShelterUNHCR/IFRC Emergency TelecommunicationsOCHA/UNICEF/WFP HealthWHO LogisticsWFP NutritionUNICEF ProtectionUNHCR Water, Sanitation and HygieneUNICEF

11 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 11 The WASH Cluster UNICEF – WASH Cluster Lead Agency Cluster responsibilities: Co-ordination and advocacy Emergency preparedness WASH sector capacity development for humanitarian response Information management and standards WASH sector best practice and learning UNICEF as provider ‘of last resort’

12 WASH Cluster – Emergency Training W W0 12 Our Contributions in the Field ? Engage in coordination efforts in the field Identify gaps in the field & inform the Cluster Share assessment reports Provide regular updates Monitor information provided by the Cluster Offer to respond to gaps identified by the Cluster


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