Training and Development
We provide specialized trainings and other services to build capacity in SWEs
Our state of technical solutions enable the SWEs to implement latest technology
Our field audit services help the SWEs understand and scale up their operations
Safe Water Network India offers water-based training and community sensitization services for youth, women and small water entrepreneurs in several domains. The training and sensitization campaigns aim to create awareness about consuming safe drinking and help entrepreneurs establish and expand their water enterprises. Safe Water Network India is a ‘Key Resource Center (KRC)’ with the Ministry of Jal Shakti (MoJS). It is also a Policy Advisor to the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA). The organization has partnered with various universities to develop and implement water entrepreneurship courses and incubation services to help young entrepreneurs set up businesses. The different capacity-building programs are listed below:
Safe Water Network India is a Key Resource Center (KRC) with the Ministry of Jal Shakti to provide Level 3 (community level) training and capacity-building services to various stakeholders such as Elected Panchayati Raj Institution (PRI) Members, Gram Panchayat (GP) Officials, VWSC Members, and Members of Implementation Support Agencies (ISAs). The Ministry of Jal Shakti Safe Water Network India has selected Safe Water Network India to train in five states – Haryana, Telangana, Maharashtra, UP, and Karnataka. The organization has conducted two Level 3 training in the Mahendargarh and Bhiwani districts of Haryana and has trained over 200 participants. Besides creating community sensitization about drinking water best practices, the training also helped the participants in their roles in implementing the flagship government scheme, Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM), at the village level. Safe Water Network India has also developed a training toolkit to facilitate institution building at the grass root level for the sustainability of water supply systems. The toolkit can be accessed by clicking here.
Safe Water Network India has collaborated with Universities and Educational Institutions to produce knowledge systems in drinking water to help water entrepreneurs provide safe and affordable drinking water in water-stressed regions. In 2022-23, Safe Water Network India collaborated with Amity University, NOIDA, and PGDAV College (Evening) to deliver ‘Water Enterprise Development’ and ‘Water Entrepreneurship’ training for youth and women under the aegis of SEWAH, a joint initiative between USAID and Safe Water Network India. The trainings were conducted on the respective university campuses benefiting 98 participants. The trainings aimed to develop water-based skills, facilitate social entrepreneurship, and generate livelihoods for youth and women.