This directory provides an overview of international capacity development initiatives in the water sector. This fits in with the SPLASH objective of 'coordinating existing programmes to minimise duplication and identify gaps'. Capacity development is defined as the process by which individuals acquire adequate technical, managerial and financial skills to enable them to do their jobs. It also refers to the process by which organisations take deliberate steps to construct an enabling environment to support their staff in performing their duties.
For the purposes of this directory, a capacity development initiative is deemed to be a systematic approach to capacity development and is considered to be 'international' if it either operates in more than one country or develops the capacity of national of more than one country.
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