Re-posted from Engineering for Change There is a secret to building a technology in a rural community so that it successfully scales up and remains sustainable in the long term. It’s “context, context, context,” according to the experts at the Rural Water Supply Network. That word, repeated three times, is in the introduction to the … Continue reading The Secret to Sustainable WASH Technology: Five Questions for Sean Furey
An Indian produced sodium hypochlorite solution branded AQUA+ for household water treatment.
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
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