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Developing Sustainable Sanitation Education Programs in the Philippines (SuSEP) Print E-mail
Ecological Sanitation & the EcoSanRes Programme



SuSEP aims at making sustainable sanitation a part of the Filipino way of life by integrating it in the country’s educational system—through the development of formal and non-formal education programs for sanitation professionals and practitioners.


The project is being implemented by the Center for Advanced Philippine Studies, and is funded by the World Bank under the aegis of the Sustainable Sanitation for East Asia (SuSEA) Philippines, of which the Department of Health is the Project holder and chair of the Project Steering Committee . 



Main Objectives:


To review the existing state of education programs on sanitation (formal and non-formal); and


To provide technical support to interested partner institutions in developing and testing sustainable sanitation education modules targeting existing practitioners, as well as potential future cadre of sanitation professionals, involved in local government programs aimed at improved sanitation and hygiene conditions for the poor.



Main Output:


The development of a framework for sustainable sanitation in the Philippines


The development of a new or enhanced formal curriculum and non-formal training programs on sustainable sanitation


The formation of a consortium of academic/training institutions to implement the curriculum


Time frame: July 2008 to April 2010



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