Behind every developing waste management system is a well-qualified workforce of policy makers, regulators, planners, entrepreneurs, engineers, lawyers, supervisors, and operators of all different facilities and services. Central to the ambition of this NSWMP is to create a new cadre of waste management professionals who have the mandate and abilities to make a step change happen in practice. Component C covers development of professional capacity on the national and governorate levels.
Waste management requires professionals with knowledge ">
in different fields, such as engineering, technology, natural
sciences, economics, finances, law, management, public relations, social marketing and even psychology and sociology. Most importantly though, the sector has a great demand for disciplined and hardworking people, who are willing to work in difficult conditions for the good of society and the environment and who have to be paid accordingly.