The Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy, organized by the Water Institute at the University of North Carolina (UNC), is one of the most important conferences for WaSH professionals. This year the conference has not only explored the interactions between drinking water supply, sanitation, hygiene, water resources and public health, but put also a strong emphasis on rural water supply in developing countries. Researchers, practitioners and policy-makers had the chance to present and lively debate
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
by Dr Fabio Fussi, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca The role of groundwater data in rural water supply has changed markedly in over the last few year: 6th RWSN Forum in Kampala, 2011: Some pilot projects of groundwater data collection and organization is presented. Uganda is presenting its groundwater atlas, a promising example for other … Continue reading Why is Groundwater Data important?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pa-VNC58xr4 After this year's 'Water & Health' conference at UNC, I visited some organisations along the East Coast of the US. On Wednesday 23rd October, I visited the headquarters of charity: water in New York. The largely open-plan office was quietly buzzing with activity. charity: water was founded in 2006 by a young night club … Continue reading charity: water – pushing boundaries for better projects & more accountability