Webinar recording – Managing Groundwater: The Political Blackbox

A very interesting webinar from the WaterChannel Speaker Frank van Steenbergen (MetaMeta) Description So often we say that all that is required to have effective water management is the ‘political will to act’.   Yet intriguingly at the same time ‘politics’ is used in derogatory ways mainly.  Dictionaries provide a wide range of definitions, from the … Continue reading Webinar recording – Managing Groundwater: The Political Blackbox

Manually Drilled Wells: Providing water in Nigeria’s Megacity of Lagos and beyond

by Dr Kerstin Danert, Skat Foundation In Lagos, a city of over 17 million people, water demands are mainly being met from tapping the groundwater that lies beneath the city. Boreholes provide water directly at people’s homes or business premises. Borehole construction is being paid for by householders and businesses themselves. Water vendors, selling water … Continue reading Manually Drilled Wells: Providing water in Nigeria’s Megacity of Lagos and beyond