A perspective on the 2018 AGUASAN Workshop: "Leveraging the data revolution Informed decision-making for better water and sanitation management" June 25th to 29th 2018, Spiez, Switzerland
AfWA RELEASE As part of the implementation of its Business Plan 2018-2022, the African Water Association (AfWA), will be structuring the coordination of all its training activities in the framework of the operationalization of the African Water and Sanitation Academy (AWASA). This will involve setting up a coordination hub headquartered at the International Resource Center … Continue reading African Water and Sanitation Academy (AWASA): The International Resource Centre (IREC) of NWSC, Kampala, Uganda ; your Hub for Africa
by Takudzwa Noel Mushamba, WASH & Infrastructure Coordinator at Danish Refugee Council / Dansk Flygtningehjælp re-posted from: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/technovation-rush-developing-countries-ready-takudzwa-noel-mushamba/ 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 governments … Continue reading Technovation Rush: Are developing countries ready?
par Gian Melloni, Maria Livia De Rubeis et Kristina Nilsson du Consortium WASH RDC En 2013, l'idée que les communautés rurales payent pour les services en eau était relativement nouvelle en RDC : dans le secteur WASH il y avait le sentiment que le contexte était trop fragile pour que la gestion communautaire des services … Continue reading Vers des services d’eau durables en milieu rural en République Démocratique du Congo
by Gian Melloni, Maria Livia De Rubeis, and Kristina Nilsson of the DRC WASH Consortium In 2013, the idea of rural communities paying for water services was relatively new in DRC: there was a belief in the WASH sector that this context was too fragile for community management of WASH services to be possible.Yet with extremely … Continue reading Tracing a path to sustainable rural water services in the Democratic Republic of the Congo