Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO) in coordination with Water Supply and Sanitation Division Office, Bara district successfully completed Master Training of Trainers (M-ToT) on Delivering Effective WASH Training (DEWT) in Birgunj of Parsa district dated 15-19 March, 2021.
The main objective of the training was to enhance knowledge and skills of the trainers to deliver WASH training effectively.
A five days’ M-ToT on DEWT mainly focused quality of an effective trainer, create safe learning environment, motivate learners, four things that learners need, presentation skills, ask effective questions, active listening and learning, support stages of learning, responding the participants, adapting lessons, equitable learning environment for effectively delivering WASH training.
“I committ to pay even personally if ENPHO call for any types of trainings. As I have been working from very long time in WASH sector, I found many things gap with me but this training fillfulled that all. The beauty of this MToT on DEWT how to facilitate the WASH training effectively. Similarly, this it helped me to develop personal as well as proffessional cereer and I learnt many things from this training i.e. during the delivering the training we must thing about the four things that learners need. I am able to be a perfect trainer after this Master Taining of Trainers on Delivering Effective WASH Training he added. would like to thank facilitators and ENPHO”. one of participant Mr. Sunil Kumar Yadav, PHO, Bishnupur Rural Municipality, Saptari district.
As per final evaluation which was carried out at the end of the training, almost all participants have put opinion that they have met all the expectation completely, very relevant for them, found the facilitators are excellent, all session was most useful and none of them have least useful session in the training. The most instesting thing is that in the pre test most of the participants were under 20 marks out of 100 but in the post test all were in the distinction position.
Er. Zakki Ahamad Ansari, Division Chief, WSSDO, Bara said “Definately this MToT on DEWT is very fruitful as well as as meaningful to meet the goal of total sanitation because you all have got knowledge and skills for effectively facilitation WASH training. It might be help to change WASH behaviour in the community. I am very grateful to facilitators and ENPHO for providing such an effective training on important topics for the participants working on WASH sector he added”.
Altogether, 21 Participants (18 male and 3 female) from 1 metropolitant city, 8 R/Munipalities 3 WSSDO and 5 NGOs from different proviences of Nepal are actively participated in the training. All participants appreciated the training is very fruitful, meaningful and very relevant for their personal as well proffessional development.