Dear Colleagues 2017 marks the 25th Anniversary of the founding of the Handpump Technology Network (HTN), which became RWSN in 2006, under the leadership of the late Piers Cross. We are also coming to the end of the current three year strategy period (2015-2017), so during this year we will be developing a new strategy … Continue reading OPEN CALL: Evaluation of RWSN – Call for proposals (ENGLISH ONLY)
(texte en français ci-dessous), As we gear up for action at the start of the year, allow me to wish you a very joyful and productive 2017! The Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN) is a network, and this could not have been felt more strongly in the preparations for the 7th RWSN Forum and the … Continue reading Happy New Year RWSN Members/ Bonne année à tous les membres du RWSN!
If you are having trouble reading this then download the more readable PDF version: ENGLISH / FRANÇAIS. Pour les francophones - Si vous souhaitez recevoir le bulletin trimestriel en français, veuillez nous écrire un e-mail à ruralwater @ skat.ch intitulé Bulletin Trimestriel en français. English The late Ton Schouten: 1955 – 2016 The sudden … Continue reading RWSN Update – September 2016
The 2016 WEDC Conference was held in Ghana early this year, bringing together leading practitioners and researchers from across Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH). As always, all the papers are made available online, but if you are looking for those that are relevant to rural water supply, we have produced this collation to help you … Continue reading #WEDC 2016: Rural water papers
Research and knowledge is critical to improving rural water services worldwide. At RWSN we act as bridge between research, policy and practice. In recent RWSN newsletters, we have collated the latest in academic research. We have moved that list here to make it more accessible (and the newsletter shorter!). If we have missed anything, then … Continue reading Rural Water Supply Research: September 2015
The RWSN quarterly newsletter - April 2016
Dear Members, There is a lot of attention for monitoring, and rightfully so. New Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have opened great possibilities to collect data, store data and visualise data on mobile phones. Maybe some of you already have used mobile phones for data collection. New ICT has brought national scale sector monitoring within … Continue reading It all starts with knowing!