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Enjoying Clean Water

Support and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Water Committees: Manage and oversee community water sources, ensuring sustainable use and maintenance.

  2. Sanitation User Groups: Promote and maintain sanitation facilities within the community, emphasizing hygiene practices and waste management.

  3. Community Health Clubs: Promote health and hygiene awareness within communities, including initiatives related to water and sanitation.

  4. Youth Environmental Groups: Raise awareness about environmental issues, including water and sanitation, and engage in community projects.

  5. Women's Water and Sanitation Groups: Address water and sanitation challenges, recognizing the significant impact on women and families.

  6. Neighborhood Associations: Collaborate on community-driven projects, including those related to water and sanitation.

  7. Environmental Stewardship Groups: Dedicated to environmental conservation and sustainability, with a focus on water resources and sanitation.

  8. Local Development Committees: Work on various aspects of local development, including infrastructure projects related to water and sanitation.

  9. Community-Based Organizations: Focus on addressing local needs, including water and sanitation.

  10. Youth and Student Environmental Clubs: School or university-based clubs that engage students in environmental issues, including projects related to water and sanitation in the community.

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