In August, El Porvenir
(well, Rob) was able to attend a very productive Country Coordinator meeting with WFP
in Guatemala. We had a chance to visit a few projects and see how they are doing things, as well as sit down and discuss different topics such as Integrated Watershed Resource Management (IWRM) (or Watershed Protection, if you will), long term monitoring and evaluation, a methodology of Projects Implemented by the Community, and sustainable Sanitation. It was a packed and tiring week, but well worth it.
IWRM was perhaps the area where we have the most to offer to share, and I did do a presentation on our work in Nicaragua that was well received. Here are a few photos from that week.
|Tank with hand-washing station beside the school latrines|
|It wasn't all fun and games, but there was some with Steve Sugden.|
|Exchange session with WFP staff from Denver, India, Rwanda, England and Guatemala. |
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