Educational Programs

General Objective of Caminos de Agua’s Educational Programs

Strengthen and transform the next generation of the international and national WASH sector and related fields through sharing of organizational experiences regarding development and installations of low-tech technologies in rural community settings, building social and historical context around projects, encouraging critique and reflection of development and service work, and participation in community-led installations of low-tech water solutions.

2018 Courses 

The 2018 educational program will be uploaded soon. 


The 12-day “Sustainable Technologies in Action: Building Enduring Communities” course gives participants the tools to analyze real life problems in water access, energy, construction and other areas, and to propose sustainable solutions.

This year, for the first time, we offer two exciting additional courses: Biomass, biodigesters and Sustainable Community Practices  to take place in the Yucatan or Biochar and Slow-Sand Biofiltration for Potable Water  to take place in San Miguel de Allende in conjunction with the Aqueous Solutions.  These courses may be taken as extensions to the 12-day course or you may also apply for these courses separately.

Experience the Sustainable Technologies in Action course


“The trip went beyond my expectations as I got to not only learn about the technical side of the sustainable technologies but the human side of the implementation.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   — Danielle Miller
“My experience was amazing, unexpected and surpassed anything I could’ve imagined."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  — Tchinossanda Kandimba
“The most significant change was that I learnt how simple the sustainable technologies are and how it can impact and affect peoples lives for the better. I feel that we take basic resources, such as water, electricity and gas for granted and attending this course has made me reflect.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          — Aisha Butt
“The most valuable lesson I have learnt is the challenge of implementing eco-technologies in communities.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     — Andrew Ging