Community Transformation Centres (CTCs)

We refer to in-country centres as Community Transformation Centres or CTCs. Upon meeting standards, CTCs join the Transform network, and access the resources of Transform International, and the benefits of sharing knowledge and experience between centres.

CTCs offer services appropriate for local needs, including some or all of the following:

  • Technology demonstration centres, technical information and plans;
  • Training of local entrepreneurs to build private sector capacity providing technology products and services that are simple, market-based, effective, affordable, and where possible, constructed with locally available materials;
  • Basic business skills and mentoring, links to financing, and payment options for customers;
  • Training of local NGOs and CBOs to build capacity;
  • Project implementation and technical support to other NGOs implementing projects;
  • Circuit rider programs (trained and certified technicians) providing support to individuals and communities on oversight during construction, long term monitoring, and maintenance and repair of water and sanitation systems on a fee basis;
  • Certification of vocational and technical training in WASH, based on an internationally accepted standard.

Although there are national and international organizations providing support in some of these areas of focus, no one has brought them together. Our intent is not to compete with existing efforts, but to bring them together in a collaborative manner.

Philippine Center for Water & Sanitation
(267 Ermin Garcia Ave, Quezon City, 1102 Metro Manila, Philippines)
Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND)
(25 Jimmy Carter St, Abuja, Nigeria)
Madan PNG-CTC
(Highlands Highway, Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea)
Kit Mikayi CTC
(Yala - Anyiko Rd, Kenya)
Jacana Smart Centre
(4284 Kombe Road, Chipata, Zambia)
Etta Projects CTC
(Calle Pachiuva, Ichilo, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia)
CCAP Northern Malawi CTC
(Boardman Road, Mzuzu, Malawi)