It is with great sadness that we have heard of the passing of the Honorable Maria Mutagamba, former Minister for Water & Environment, Uganda.
Summary of Live Q&A discussion on the Guardian Development Professionals Network, which included RWSN input on the expert panel. How can water be better managed to ensure enough supply for a growing global population? Our panel of water experts have their say. Calculate the water available: We need a better accounting of our “water balance … Continue reading 13 ways to provide water and sanitation for nine billion people
UPGro – Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor UPGro – Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor Knowledge Brokers: Sean Furey, Kerstin Danert, Richard Carter, Bertha Camacho UPGro – Unlocking the Potential for Groundwater for the Poor is seven year research programme that takes a social and natural science approach to enabling … Continue reading RWSN Programme News – March 2015
2015 Early Webinar Series + Rainwater Harvesting What is a webinar? It is an online presentation where you can hear a presenter, watch their slides and have the opportunity to ask questions. If you cannot attend the live event, a recording is usually posted online. RWSN has started 2015 with a series of ten webinars … Continue reading RWSN March Headlines
reblogged from http://www.rain4food.net by Hans Merton, RAIN/Akvo Mid 2013 we launched our Community of Practice on Rainwater Harvesting as a part of the Rainwater Harvesting for food Security programme, so with 1,5 year on the road it’s about time to look back and more important: where should we be heading to? Where are we? After … Continue reading Our Rainwater Harvesting Community of Practice: towards our 2nd anniversary and beyond
by Francis Mujuni, World Vision Uganda In his blog post, Henk Holtslag highlighted that muitple use of water is very critical in ending poverty. I have already shown in my earlier discussions that provision of safe drinking water is not enough. In the developing countries where agriculture employs the bulk of the poor people, availability … Continue reading Providing drinking water is not enough to end poverty