Project Duration: 8 September 2006 – 24 September 2006. 

The Major training contents covered in training and overview of RWSSFDB: its policies, plan, strategies, working modalities, targets and achievements, role of different actors: SARAR: SARAR methods, tools and techniques, theoretical and practical use of SARAR tools; CAP Community mobilization, project cycle, service option, Community Action Plan & its component, development of Strategy for CAP Plans, community, mapping, community census, sex identity/gender identity and gender work distribution, project cycle and components, preparation of work plan, cash collection, community participation; Health & Sanitation; Personal, domestic, environmental and school health hygiene and sanitation education, identification of health problem in the community, health home exercise, problem classification, health education support to mother/tap stand and child group, Health Education, Nutrition, prevention of malnutrition, disease transmission route, importance of cleanliness, impertinence of latrine and SRLF self help latrine, Immunization, health and unhealthy home matching games, use of vaccines to target groups, NFE class, importance of portable water, use of waste water and kitchen gardening and WTSS, water use in water quality, Environment Management Action Plan, Legal and Conflict Management; Water source right, water source registration, WSUC formation and its legal identity, dispute resolution, WUC selection methods, methods of more effective meetings for WSUC’s, concept type, conflict cycle, cause of conflict & its development conflict analysis & its stages, conflict tools, conflict mapping, reason of conflict, negotiation & negotiation skill, result of conflict & conflict handling, relation between peace and conflict, mediation, role of mediator on conflict solving, peace and peace building, way to solve disputes in the community.