Training professionals, NGO leaders, authorities…
The objective is to train people on Rainwater Harvesting techniques, allowing them to use these simple and low cost means to provide a water supply in their regions. They will then see how useful rainwater can be, especially in countries with marked dry and wet seasons. Once they know more about the technical aspects, they can put into practice what they have learnt and be able to train or inform other people. The goal is to increase the global number of rainwater harvesters and to bring solutions to water shortages in the field.
Rainwater Harvesting in the heart of Micro Farming and Food Security for Watershed Development
Our most recent training session, which took place in October 2010, aimed at increasing the number of people capable of carrying out rainwater harvesting projects. They were taught easily replicable techniques, demonstrated with proven examples presented by experienced professionals. Visit the Photo Gallery…
Rainwater Harvesting for Soil and Water Preservation for Food Security
From 10 to 16 October 2005, the IRHA had its second Exposition & Dialogue Programme in Annuli, Kenya. The workshop was run in partnership with the World Overview of Conservation Approaches & Technologies (WOCAT), an established global network of Soil and Water Conservation specialists.
Rainwater Harvesting for Watershed Development
The first IRHA training session took place between 28th September and 5th October 2004, in Maharashtra, India. Co-organised with WOTR (Watershed Organisation Trust), it was to improve the understanding of watershed development, rainwater harvesting and food security within the context of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM).