|Boiling Point No. 12 - April 1987 (ITDG Boiling Point, 1987)|
This regional workshop was arranged by the Women's Development Training Programme of the University of the South Pacific for 10 countries in the region. The course of 24 participants was divided into 2 areas energy and water supply/sanitation. Its overall objectives were:
To teach skills that will increase the confidence of the participants in carrying out their work.
To fuel? the relation to women in their countries.
Participants see their work in the overall development of
To teach certain skills in identifying and meeting needs of the community.
To give more confidence with village level technologies and the tools needed for building or repairing them.
To teach certain knowledge and skills in communication, financial management, food processing, energy conservation, water and sanitation.
The main subject headings were:
Introduction and Development;
Communication - poster drawing, comics puppets, radio, pamphlets, film-making and play-acting;
Water Supply and Sanitation;
Energy - Solar driers, making etc;
STOVES FOR FOOD PROCESSING
1 9 8 7 TRAINING WORKSHOP
31 AUG - 26 SEPT, RUGBY ENGLAND
The four week course will cover:
Biomass energy use and food processing. Needs assessment and market surveys. Design of stoves, ovens and driers. Construction, testing and evaluation. Promotion and dissemination. training and business management.
As in previous years, the course will include stove project planning and methodology as well as practical work on stove design, construction and testing and technical visits related to the technologies involved, e.g. Tropical Products Research Institute.
The course is intended for Senior Project Personnel both women and men from Government and non-Government oroanisations working in the field of biomass energy conservation, rural micro-enterprises and home economics.
The course will be conducted in English. The number of participants will be strictly limited to permit small group activities and attention to individual problems. The minimum number of participants required for the course have already been accepted.
JULY 1987, AUSTRALIA 26 DAYS, $ US 3,000
ENERGY USAGE IN RURAL INDUSTRIES
OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Dr. Bill Lawson,
School of Architecture,
University of NSW,
P.O. Box 1,
Kensington, N.S.W. 2033,
University of NSW & Biomass Energy Services and Technology (a private energy consultancy)
23 MAY-14 JUNE, 1987 P. O.BOX 48197,
INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON
ORGANIZED BY KENGO REGIONAL WORKSHOP
ENERGY PROGRAMME IN CONJUNCTION
WITH KENYA - TA
The course will be reported issue
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