Amongst the flurry of activity related to World Water Day, we would like to highlight A guide to equitable water safety planning prepared by the WHO. This tool offers step-by-step guidance and good practice examples of how to consider equity through the WSP process to help achieve safe water for all. We also would like … Continue reading La Journée mondiale de l’eau / World Water Day – stay inquisitive, keep learning
My name is Justine Olweny, and this is my story: Where I came from: Being born to a water engineer and a teacher in a town in Northern Uganda strategically molded me for who I am today. At 12 years old I was practicing and solving problems using a Pentium II computer desktop. I undertook … Continue reading Introducing Justine Olweny : a Ugandan WASH entrepreneur and resource centre founder
We delighted to announce the next RWSN webinar series, which will take place each Tuesday from 9 October onwards. Please register at – https://goo.gl/wZhTsH Follow the link below to sign up for any or all of the weekly RWSN webinars below [9 Oct] Taking stock of solar pumping for domestic water supply – O&M in … Continue reading :: REGISTER NOW :: RWSN Webinar Series Oct/Nov
Mark your calendars! RWSN is delighted to announce its 2018 series of 10 webinars dedicated to rural water services, April 3 -June 5, in English, French, Spanish and/or Portuguese! To attend any of the webinars, please register here by April 2nd: http://bit.ly/2prrVf3 We will hear from more than 20 organisations on a range of topics, … Continue reading New 2018 RWSN webinar series (April 3rd – June 5th, 2018)
The challenge of achieving the SDGs is upon us and with this concrete and short-term objective, the sector is finally taking the issue of financing more seriously, which is a very good thing but not before time. Whilst a few years ago finance was the privilege of a selected few, everyone is now talking about it; however, whether this is a case of better late than never still needs to be proven.
The 2017 RWSN early webinar series has ended, after 9 weeks of weekly bilingual (and even trilingual!) online meetings dedicated to rural water supply. We had two great participatory webinars on gender and rural water supply, with stories contributed from RWSN members; a webinar which looked at the intersection between WASH in development and in … Continue reading The 2017 RWSN Webinar series closes
Making water work for women – inspiring stories from around the world The reality in much of the world today is that collecting water for the home is a job done by women – so gender issues are central to everything we do in rural water supply – self-supply, pump design, borehole siting, tariff collection, … Continue reading The most important stories in rural water supply // Les histoires d’approvisionnement en eau en milieu rural les plus importants