03 Days Non-Residential Hands on Certificate Training Course introduces the basic concepts in disaster management, elements of disaster management, types of natural hazards and brief description of various natural disasters, such as flood, drought, cyclone, earthquake and landslide, and their impact. It aims to impart knowledge, develop skill and re-orient attitude of various agencies/volunteers and to help them discharge their assigned duties in an efficient manner while deployed in disaster management missions. Training course facilitate by experienced Facilitators from NDRF, Civil Defence, Fire Service, Principal Trainers of UPSDMA & DDMA’s and other Experts.
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WASH in Emergency: Water is both economic and social good, it holds value and therefore can be strongly contested. Waterfalls freely from the sky, but incurs significant costs when there is a need to clean, store and distribute it. Without water people die, but if it is clean and available in sufficient qualities, water can lead to healthier, more productive individuals and communities. The provision of water is a critical element in efforts to preserve life in an emergency situation. Hygiene and Sanitation interventions first and foremost should be designed on the basis of field level assessments of the highest risk factors. In most circumstances safe handling and storage of water, hand washing and the safe disposal of human excreta are the three hygiene and sanitation practices, which if adopted the greatest potential to reduce the transmission of water related diseases.
The main sections of the training module include:
1. Introduction to WASH;
2. Water Testing;
3. Social Mapping;
4. Aaganwadi Orientation;
5. Street Play;
6. Audio/Video Presentation;
7. Meeting with Jal Prabhandan Samiti meeting & orientation;
8. Swachata Samiti Orientation & Meeting;
9. WASH kit presentation;
10. Hand Wash Training (Campaign) and
11. Emerging issues and road ahead.