Section C: Human Resources Module 6: Overview of questions in Section C GLAAS 2018/2019 cycle Overview Section C consists of 3 questions covering human resources (HR). Additional HR questions are included in Sections A, B and D. This module will go through each of the
questions. Please also reference the survey guidance. Questions C1: Human resources needs assessments C2: WASH training institutions/programmes C3: Human resources for WASH operations and development C1 C1
C2 C3 Question C1 Human resources needs assessments Understanding human resource needs is an essential foundation for a WASH enabling environment.
This question aims to gather information on needs assessments conducted for WASH human resources in your country. C1 C1 C2 C3
Describe here how needs assessments for human resources in the WASH sector are conducted. C1 C1 C2 C3
Choose one option. C1 C2 C2 C3
Question C2 WASH training institutions and programmes Gaps in human resources are sometimes the source of too few trained or educated staff in specialized fields. This question seeks information on the types of WASH training institutions or programmes available in your country.
C1 C2 C2 C3 Describe the types of training institutions or programmes related to WASH that are available in your country.
C1 C2 C2 Choose one option. C3 C1
C2 C2 Sufficiency in regards to the number and quality of programmes C3
C1 C2 C2 Describe here the insufficiencies in WASH training institutions and programmes and the reasons for these insufficiencies. C3
C1 C2 C3 C3 Question C3 Human resources for WASH operations and development
This question aims to understand the extent to which there are sufficient human resources for: WASH operations and maintenance Management of design and construction of WASH facilities and networks C1 C2
Range of options C3 C3 C1 C2
Choose one option per row. C3 C3 C1 C2 C3
C3 Describe here the primary reasons for insufficient human resources for operations and maintenance and/or design and construction. Thank you! For additional information or assistance please contact [email protected]
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