Project Enhancement Project
TRF/Wasrag Announce PEP Pilot Program:
In March The Rotary Foundation Trustees approved a one year pilot of the Project Enhancement Process (PEP) to begin on 1 July 2012. The purpose of PEP is to strategically utilize Rotary's volunteer and staff resources (utilizing Wasrag's Start with Water program) to sharpen Rotary's focus, enhance the technical quality of projects, support sound project design, make effective grants, and measure impact in the areas of focus. The pilot will concentrate on achieving these objectives within the water and sanitation area of focus. Nine pilot future vision districts have been selected.
Frequently Asked Questions: English French German Italian Japanese Korean Portugese
Technical Guides: **NEW**
Wasrag GUIDELINES FOR PLANNING SUSTAINABILE WATER PROJECTS AND SELECTING TECHNOLOGIES 2.8 MB PDF Now also available in Spanish and Portuguese!
Wasrag GUIDELINES FOR PLANNING SUSTAINABLE SANITATION PROJECTS 2 MB PDF Sanitation Guidelines now available in Spanish and Portuguese!
Wasrag GUIDELINES FOR PLANNING SUSTAINABLE HYGIENE EDUCATION PROJECTS PDF Hygiene Guidelines now available in Spanish and Portuguese!
In next few months more Technical Guides and additional translations will be added.
Professional volunteers needed. You may be asked to go to an area in a PEP Pilot district, with travel costs paid by TRF, to work with local Rotarians to do a needs analysis and make recommendations for a WASH program. But to ensure that you will be considered please complete the Questionnaire about your background in one of these languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese-Brazilian.
Please read more about the PEP Pilot on the TRF website.
For further information, or suggestions, please email Colette Martin-Wilde TRF and Dave Fox, Wasrag.