This document sets out a framework for the enhancement of sanitation services in low-income countries. It is intended primarily to guide WaterAid country programmes as they determine their own context-specific sanitation strategies, but it is hoped that it will also be of value to other organisations which are involved in improving sanitation. The scope of the document spans both rural and urban contexts, but it does not specifically address the important topic of hygiene improvement. This will be the subject of a future WaterAid framework document. A further framework for WaterAid’s urban work is in the final stage of publication. This Sanitation framework is fully consistent with, and builds on, WaterAid’s Sanitation Guidelines (April 2008) which were initially developed at a conference in Livingstone, Zambia, in May 2006. [authors abstract]
- Ultra Simple Drip Free Water Rationing and Dispensing System - by: Amos November 21, 2014Hello Forum Friends, Below are some diagrams of a water dispensing and rationing system which I developed last summer. It possibly could do good in many places in preventing the spreading of disease . Feel free to share it or use it. I am using one in my own shop as I do not have running water in it.
- Director of Program Quality- Water for All - by: nazimuddin November 21, 2014Dear all, Please see below a job posting by Water for All. OPEN POSITION ANNOUNCMENT: Water For People is an unconventional, progressive nonprofit organization that believes that the global water and sanitation crisis can be solved with boldness, ambition, honesty and transparency. We are an organization of field workers who have grown tired of the stale rhe […]
- Re: Short recap of IWA conference on sustainable wastewater treatment and nutrient recovery in Kathmandu - by: JKMakowka November 21, 2014Marijn Zandee wrote: • Grey water separation and decentralized treatment (same for rainwater), is totally feasible. It should be promoted much more “aggressively”. Separated storm-water sewers with decentralized infiltration are usually discarded because of seemingly much higher costs. However this rarely takes into consideration the larger impacts on the ov […]
- Re: Structuring of the fecal sludge market for the benefit of poor households in Dakar, Senegal (ONAS) - optimising faecal sludge emptying, transportation, processing - by: Onasbv November 21, 2014Dear Madam /Sir, Thank you to find below the link of the Facebook account in french of the Program of Structuring of Fecal Sludge Market for the Benefit of poor households in Dakar (PSMBV). You are most welcome in our Facebook account and you can find all the informations and the news about the PSMBV inside. www.facebook.com/onasbv Good reception. Aissatou B […]
- Re: The Sanitation Ladder - by: Makgatha November 21, 2014Dear Mughal, In support of the comments submitted by Florian. Recent developments are that the sanitation ladder should NO longer be viewed in the context of technology, i.e. the ladder being technology prescriptive but rather be based on meeting particular criterion. This will at least make it easy for measuring progress (on sanitation provision) using a st […]
- Ultra Simple Drip Free Water Rationing and Dispensing System - by: Amos November 21, 2014
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