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Jul 31, 2016

Integrated Planning - Lesson Plan (FSM)

This lesson introduces the importance of an integrated planning approach for faecal sludge management. It provides an overview of the integrated planning process for faecal sludge management. Participants will learn the importance of having an adaptive, innovative, and integrated planning process. Case studies are used to illustrate how integrated planning has been used in different countries.

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