Delivering Effective WASH Training Workshop
An event in support of Wine To Water.
About This Event
During this workshop you build core skills in the areas of communication, instruction and facilitation. You will also learn basic concepts in lesson design. After completing the workshop you will be able to facilitate pre-existing lessons focused on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and make small adjustments to a lesson to tailor it to the target audience.
Who should take this training?
Because of the workshop's focus on facilitating WASH training, participants should have previous WASH knowledge. This workshop is ideal for anyone working on a WASH, community development or health project that incorporates WASH training. It is also a great opportunity for anyone with WASH knowledge who would like to strengthen their facilitation skills, as well as those who have to communicate about WASH to individuals or groups.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Participants will be responsible for lodging, transportation, breakfast and dinner.
Event will run from October 15th to the 19th from 9am to 5pmwith a lunch break in the middle.
Location: Student Union at UNC Room #3102
3103 South Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
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Location / Venue
- 3103 South Rd
- Student Union RM 3102
- Chapel Hill, North Carolina
- 27599, USA
- Oct 15, 2016 09:00 am to
- Oct 19, 2016 05:00 pm
Event to Support Wine To Water
We're a small team based in Boone, NC, who believes ordinary people, in community, can make an extraordinary difference in the world. This movement began in 2004 when our founder, Doc Hendley, while bartending in Raleigh, NC, learned about the world’s water crisis. Once captured by the cause, Doc felt the need to do something about it. So, he did. He did what he knew best…pour some wine, beer, and spirits, play some music, and have a great time with friends. When it was all said and done, a few thousand dollars was raised due to the generosity of the community. With some money in hand, Doc soon found himself in Darfur, in the midst of a war, working to provide clean water to those who were in desperate need in desperate times. Thus, Wine To Water was born.
John Worsham gave a $665 donation
Katrina Haidari gave a $665 donation
Kevin Fleischmann gave a $665 donation
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