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Regionalization and Resilience: Collaboration in Times of Crises (MF05)

Audience: Board members, managers, and other utility leaders of small water and wastewater systems, in particular those serving 2,500 people or fewer. This module targets individuals who are involved in the technical, managerial, and financial decision-making of the utility. Technical assistance providers (TAPs) can also use this module to understand how disaster planning, resilience, and regionalization can be part of the broader TMF capacity development work for systems.

Duration: 1 Hour

In this module, you will learn:
- The four different regionalization approaches
- Ways that your system may already be performing regionalization work
- How to identify the different types of emergencies and provide definitions
- Ways utilities and communities can use regionalization to plan for and recover from disasters
- How to build partnerships for this type of regionalization work and how to fund planning and/or mitigation projects
  • How2 Series: Module MF05
  • MF05 Survey
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: 3 years