CLTS sharing and learning event at AfricaSan

Date: 15th April 2015

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 CLTS village triggering in Tanzania - Photo credit: WSSCC/Jenny Matthews

The CLTS Knowledge Hub (IDS, UK) and WSSCC will be hosting a CLTS Sharing and Learning workshop on Sunday 24th May., the day before the AfricaSan Conference. We invite those who will be attending the main AfricaSan conference and who is interested in CLTS to join us for this opportunity to exchange experiences, discuss ideas, challenges, innova-tions etc and to network.

The workshop will run from 9.30 to 17.30 and will be held at the King Fahd Palace Hotel in Dakar The workshop is free of charge and will include tea and coffee breaks and a lunch. Further details will be sent to registered participants nearer the time.

Please register by sending your name, organisation, job title and country to N.Vernon@ids.ac.uk.

See also the attached flyer at the link above, in English and French. 

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