WSSCC is looking to donate approximately 400 Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and environment materials to a WASH Resource Centre or to one of its Members, as part of an overall effort to ensure that its Members and partners are well equipped with relevant knowledge, advocacy and outreach materials.
The materials are a combination of numerous WSSCC publications, as well as other advocacy and communications materials from 2002-2011. Preferably, the materials will contribute towards a WASH Resources Center or a University.
Interested individuals and/or organizations are invited to write a short motivational statement (no more than 250 words) on why they should be considered and how the WASH materials would be used. Please send your submission, including, full contact details (including postal address) and state whether you have access to a local/national United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Country Office to Ms. Ina Jurga, Technical Officer on, email@example.com.
Kindly note the materials will be sent in full and preferential treatment will be given to individuals and/or organizations that have access to local/national UNDP Country offices in their respective location.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Update 13.02.2012 : The application has been closed. Applicants will be informed in due course about the selection.
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