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MY GARDEN LABORATORY

Experiments in technical approaches to rural water supply, sanitation and hygiene carried out in my garden and home and in the world beyond. Book_My Garden Laboratory

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The EAR Technology

The EAR Technology developed by the Sainte Lizaigne company of the CLAIRE Group is one of the 5 technologies presented at the innovation workshop organized in July 2017 in Accra. This is an initiative of the Isle Utilities organization. This workshop took place as a side event of the sessions of the 77th Scientific and […]

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Renforcement des partenariats dans le domaine de l’eau en Afrique lusophone

Le Partenariat portugais pour l’eau (PWP) a promu la plate-forme internationale « Construire des ponts et des partenariats entre les pays lusophones » (P3LP est son abréviation en portugais). La portée de cette plateforme institutionnelle et commerciale lusophone couvre cinq pays africains de langue portugaise, à savoir l’Angola, le Cap-Vert, la Guinée-Bissau, le Mozambique et […]

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Waste Water Box

Les ingénieurs de Cohin Environnement ont développé une station d’épuration compacte et mobile assemblée dans un container maritime, la Waste Water Box, destinée au traitement des eaux usées urbaines et industrielles. Le procédé 100% biologique, breveté par Cohin Environnement, s’effectue dans un seul et même bassin de façon cyclique ce qui réduit considérablement l’emprise au […]

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La protection des sources d’eau améliore la qualité et la quantité de l’eau dans les zones rurales du Kenya

Environ 95 pour cent des habitants du village de Silula, dans l’ouest du Kenya, tirent leur eau potable des sources et des rivières, mais la majorité de ces sources ne sont pas protégées contre la pollution. L’eau s’écoule généralement de l’œil de la source et est recueillie à des mètres de distance, ce qui l’expose […]

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SFD Promotion Initiative Updates

The University of Leeds supported a workshop in Nairobi, Kenya on May 5, 2017 where the new SFD (Shit Flow Diagram) graphic generator was used in an interactive workshop with 30 people from Nairobi City Water, the county government, civil society and the private sector. A first draft of an SFD graphic was produced for […]

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Drought-stricken Nairobi looks to polluted dam

As residents of Nairobi’s largest slum look for new sources of water amid lingering drought, they have seized on an unlikely one: an old 88-acre water reservoir full of sewage and trash, draped in water hyacinth. The Nairobi dam has been the capital’s spare water reservoir in times of drought since the 1950s. However not […]

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Capacity building in Somaliland’s water sector

Water is scarce resource in Somaliland and it is a drought prone country. ​The rainy seasons are “Gu” (April-June) and “Deyr” (September-​October). The average precipitation is nearly 300mm; but due to El Nino and climate change there have been three years of below average rainfall. ​There have already been confirmed reports of conflicts over grazing […]

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Improving Nigerian water service delivery with the WOP approach

Since 2000, Nigeria’s urban water sector has been reformed to improve the reliability and financial viability of key urban water utilities, therefore increasing access to piped water service. Ogun State Water Corporation (OGWSC) is a beneficiary of the Nigerian National Urban Water Sector Reform Program. This program, funded by the World Bank, has focused on […]