130 WASHaLOTs placed in public schools, health care facilities, district offices and other public institutions in Kampala and West Nile (Uganda). This TAF report assesses the scalability of WASHaLOT 3.0 handwashing stations installed in Kampala and Northern Region of Uganda commissioned by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the Federal Ministry … Continue reading TAF Assessment: Washalot 3.0 / Uganda
CONTEXT // PRODUCTION, PILOTING, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT In the Philippines, Lupang Arenda Multi-Purpose Cooperative (LAMCO) currently produces WASHaLOT 3.0 units. The cooperative has produced a total number of 115 units and 50 units have been installed in the investigated schools. Piloting of the WASHaLOT 3.0 took place in 20 elementary schools in the Schools Division of … Continue reading TAF Assessment: 50 WASHaLOTs placed in 10 Public Elementary Schools in Batangas, Philippines
by Sean Furey, Skat Foundation It's been a bit quiet since the flurry of activity last year on re-launching this website. We got some good feedback on the consultation draft of the TAF 2.0 (below), I and hope we can publish a more usable edition during 2019. WASHtech TAF 2.0 consultation draft 17jan2018 TAF & … Continue reading Where next for TAF and technology uptake?
by Takudzwa Noel Mushamba, WASH & Infrastructure Coordinator at Danish Refugee Council / Dansk Flygtningehjælp re-posted from LinkedIn Failure of technological innovation in the water and sanitation sector. Across the globe there is growing momentum to address emerging and traditional threats to the water and sanitation sector through innovative technology. As a result, without thinking twice … Continue reading Technovation Rush: Are developing countries ready?
by Welthungerhilfe, Institute of Water and Sanitation Development, IRC, Green-Earth Waste Management Services In Zimbabwe, high population growth and limited space in peri-urban centres, coupled with fiscal constraints on the provision of reticulated sewerage systems, mean that existing pit latrines must be de-sludged. However, the country currently has no appropriate technology for emptying latrines in … Continue reading Mobile de-sludging units in Zimbabwe
A desk study - based on previous field work - was undertaken to compare the experiences and resutls of promoting the technology of Domestic Rainwater Harvesting (DRWH) in Thailand and Nepal. DRWH comprises a set of technologies and products used to store and use rainwater for domestic purposes, including drinking. Whereas DRWH has been successfully … Continue reading The difficulties of replicating success stories: The case of Domestic Rainwater Harvesting
A view on how the TAF process worked, as well as the results of the assessment of the Pourflush toilet in Nicaragua.
by University of Technology Sydney and Oxfam This report presents the results of an evaluation of the Fairwater BluePump, an emerging rural water supply technology in sub-Saharan Africa. Claims about the BluePump’s durability and minimal maintenance requirements have provoked significant interest within the rural water sector. This evaluation set out to assess the suitability of the … Continue reading BluePump in Kenya and The Gambia
The addition of the water meter to the U2 hand pump was an innovation by Water for People and the Appropriate Technology Centre for Water & Sanitation (ATC). The addition of the water meter makes it more convenient to operate the pump in a business model with easy monitoring by a private operator.
by RWSN (UNICEF, Skat) The objectives of this assignment are: UNICEF DRC support to the professionalization of manual drilling strengthened Key issues raised for strengthening the professionalization of manual drilling integrated into UNICEF DRC work plans (and country strategy) Methodology The screening template and systematic participative assessment process will be developed by UNICEF Headquarters/Skat in … Continue reading Forages manuels équipés de pompes manuelles en République Démocratique du Congo