BORDA-DEWATS constitutes the treatment element of a sanitation concept that starts with the individual user interface, the toilet, and continues with a simplified sewer system that connects a neighbourhood of less than 10 households up to a few hundred households.
TAF assessment undertaken by WaterAid with Netwas Uganda The design of the Urine Diverting Dry Toilet facilitates the separation of urine and faeces into different compartments. The toilet pan or bowl is segmented to capture and drain urine at the front. Faeces are deposited at the back of the pan or bowl and fall into … Continue reading Urine Diverting Dry Toilet (UDDT) in Agago, Pader and Kabale in Uganda
2014 Assessment done by VNG International and IRC This Briefing Note captures the findings of the Technology Check on the solar powered pump in Lokosowan, Nadje payam, Kapoeta North County. Summary of conclusions and recommendations Demand in communities for solar powered pumps is high and the technology does satisfy the demands of most if not … Continue reading Solar Powered Pump Kapoeta North County – Eastern Equatoria South Sudan
TAF Assessment by IRC and VNG Summary of conclusions and recommendations Demand in communities for hand pumps is high and the technology does satisfy the water demands of most if not the entire community. The hand pump technology in general is aligned with the national policies, strategies and standards. The present perceptions, attitudes and behaviours … Continue reading Borehole & Hand Pump India Mark II Kapoeta North County – Eastern Equatoria South Sudan
2014 Assessment done by VNG International and IRC This Briefing Note captures the findings of the Technology Check on the India Mark II hand pump in Okulu village, Ifoho boma, Imurok payam, Torit County. Summary of conclusions Demand in communities for hand pumps is high and the technology will satisfy the water demands of most … Continue reading Borehole & Hand Pump India Mark II Torit County – Eastern Equatoria South Sudan
2014 - Jointly conducted by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Biofilcom with facilitation by TREND
The paper summarizes the findings of an independent evaluation of two DFID-funded projects implemented by Welthungerhilfe and WaterAid to specifically test a market based approach to self-supply in Sierra Leone.
TAF Assessment undertaken with Netwas Uganda 2013 The U2 is the most extensively used water lifting technology in Uganda, with hundreds of pumps installed annually. It is manually operated and can lift water from up to 50 metres. It is designed to serve up to 300 people. It uses a piston housed within a cylinder … Continue reading U2 Handpump in Mukono District, Uganda
TAF Pilot Assessment by KNUST, TREND and WaterAid Ghana The TAF was tested on two different types of solar pumps produced by different producers. Recommendations The following recommendations have been made to ensure sustainability and scalability of the Solar Powered Pump: The supply chain arrangement for the solar panels must be made more clear to … Continue reading Solar Powered Pump in Akuapem North Municipality and Kwahu North District, Ghana
TAF Pilot Assessment by KNUST, TREND and WaterAid Ghana Ghana’s first slow sand filtration system was constructed in 1986. Slow sand filters (SSFs) are used to treat surface water for small towns where groundwater quality is poor. SSFs are mostly used along the Volta River where raw water quality falls within an acceptable range. The … Continue reading Slow Sand Filtration System in Central Tongu and Ho West, Volta Region, Ghana