Roll out of technology applicability tool in Tanzania to assure sustainable WASH services

Lack of proper operation and maintenance (O&M), lack of participatory planning procedures, lack of flexibility to apply different management models for water supplies and inappropriate technology choices are among key issues identified which hindered sustainable WASH services during the Water Sanitation Development Plan (WSDP) Tanzania. The results of the national water point mapping clearly highlights … Continue reading Roll out of technology applicability tool in Tanzania to assure sustainable WASH services

How to make Self–supply more tangible?

As part of the celebration of the World Water Day 2015 the rural water sector in Ethiopia organized a 3-day event on Self-supply (19th - 21st March) including a trade fair for producers of Self-supply technology and a 2-day seminar with inputs from international and national speakers. The fair hosted more than 20 local suppliers … Continue reading How to make Self–supply more tangible?

My Water, My Business

activities as part of World Water Day 2015 events, 19-20 March 2015, Addis Ababa Sustainable development of water requires fresh thinking and new innovation. Ethiopia is pioneering new approaches in water, sanitation and hygiene (WasH) that draw upon the resources of local people, communities and entrepreneurs to further improve water security, food security and wealth. … Continue reading My Water, My Business

RWSN Events, Resources and Member News – March

MEMBER NOTICE BOARD RWSN Member and Member Organisation news, jobs, surveys & requests of for help Please note that RWSN Secretariat passes on requests for help community organisations and local NGOs in good faith but we don’t have to do thorough background checks. It is our intention is that the valid grassroots organisations can be … Continue reading RWSN Events, Resources and Member News – March

RWSN Programme News – March 2015

UPGro – Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor UPGro – Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor Knowledge Brokers: Sean Furey, Kerstin Danert, Richard Carter, Bertha Camacho UPGro – Unlocking the Potential for Groundwater for the Poor is seven year research programme that takes a social and natural science approach to enabling … Continue reading RWSN Programme News – March 2015