Two staff from the National Water Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Committee (NWSHPC), in persons of Mr. Abdul Hafiz Koroma and Mr. Habakkuk Watara Sackor have returned from Amsterdam, Netherlands from an intensive training in Akvo Advanced Tool.
The training covers continuous monitoring, Quantum Geographical Information System (QGIS), coupled with data analysis that resulted in the production of maps. How to give a Really Simple Reporting (RSR) training and some in the field techniques using Field Level Operation Watch (FLOW) were not left out.
The NWSHPC as part of its mandate to aid in the capacity expansion of the Liberia WASH Sector, and in order to have an identified module of data collection and in keeping with a uniform style of reporting, has become more vigorous in Scaling up Akvo FLOW in more counties throughout Liberia.
A team is expected to depart Monrovia this week for the Southeast, specifically River Gee County in continuation of the nationwide Akvo FLOW Scale up. The scale up exercise will comprise understanding Smart Phone details and usage, data collection using the Akvo mobile tool, field practices, training the trainers etc.
The NWSHPC, through its National Coordinator, Mr. Abdul Hafiz Koroma says, it is doing all in its power to introduce and train all its partners to the use of Akvo FLOW/RSR, in order to improve reporting, resource mobilization, monitoring and evaluating in the WASH sector of Liberia.