The Stone prize: innovative approaches to sustainable water purification and supply

By Trupthi Basavaraj and Rachel Findlay, New Philanthropy Capital When confronted by the sheer scale of the issues facing the water sector in developing countries, it is hard not to feel a little bit powerless. Globally, 780 million people, amounting to 11% of the world’s population, use unsafe drinking water or have no water source … Continue reading The Stone prize: innovative approaches to sustainable water purification and supply

Realities of water well drilling in Africa: e-discussion highlights so far

RWSN is currently hosting a 3 week discussion on 'Cost Effective Boreholes' as part of our Sustainable Groundwater Development Theme.  Here are some highlights so far: It is very interesting to read the inputs so far from Kenya, Zambia, Sudan, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Uganda. From the discussions so far, it seems that the Kenya and … Continue reading Realities of water well drilling in Africa: e-discussion highlights so far