WAVEplus, just like its predecessor WAVE (2007-2010), is designed as a regional multi-country programme because the involved partner countries implement water sector reform processes with comparable challenges regarding water supply and sanitation.
The programme adds to the activities of the German development cooperation partners through complementary interventions, and together they contribute to partner strategies. Networking and exchange enable participants to identify, transfer and adapt performance-related good practices either within a country or within the region and to implement them at their workplaces.
«Do Good and Talk About it» was the motto of the international Conference of Good Practices, held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on 24-26 October 2013. After several successful years of WAVE and WAVEplus Human Capacity Development activities, participants from all WAVE partner countries enjoyed an impressive selection of «Good Practices» adopted by their colleagues from the Water Sector in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia.
The e-Learning course concept offers learners and tutors the possibility to get into discussion and collaboration in order to fully understand the content and to take full benefit out of the course content. Direct communication and discussion on questions important for the real-life situation of the learners enhances the effectiveness of the courses... [Next course: «Leading & Managing People» 25.08.2014 - 22.09.2014]
The IMPACT Guidebook is a contribution to the body of knowledge of how to establish, improve and maintain effective organizations – especially those in the water sector, written by people in the Africa and Middle East North Africa regions for people in these regions and elsewhere in the water sector.
Increasing the personal effectiveness of specialists and enhancing the expertise of specialists and managers in water supply companies, the administrative district and training institutions – linked with training initiatives for creative and sustainable management, in order to increase the influence of managers and process owners.