- Re: City Partnerships for Urban Sanitation Service Delivery (BMGF and DfID funded) - by: jonpar October 2, 2014Dear Roshan, can you inform us which cities were successful out of the 11 that submitted second phase proposals? I know Freetown City Council were not successful. Given the current situation in Sierra Leone, this did not come as too great a surprise. But it was good to get some very positive feedback about the proposal submitted by FCC/GOAL/IWA. best regards […]
- Re: Wanted: New mentor for co-composting project in Benin! (pilot project by GIZ from 2012-2014) EBOLA - by: BarbaraOE October 2, 2014Dear Chris, When I mentioned shutting down the process due to Ebola, I didn´t mean closing the UDDTs but stopping the collection of fresh feaces by hand. This is a risk I wouldn´t want the workers to take. Our UDDTs can also be used "normally" as double vaults, which is what will happened in the near futur. And I am suprised, too, that there is not […]
- Re: Wanted: Toilet photos for DefeatDD's 2015 Places We Go toilet calendar - by: Hope October 2, 2014In case you missed it, here is a link to last year's calendar: defeatdd.org/oh-the-places-we-go-calendar Check out the August feature: a photograph by Stefanie Lorenz on behalf of SuSanA (attached). We'd love to see SuSanA represented in the 2015 version as well! Thanks, Hope
- Re: Wanted: New mentor for co-composting project in Benin! (pilot project by GIZ from 2012-2014) EBOLA - by: JKMakowka October 2, 2014@Chris: While you are theoretically right, the problem is probably to find people still willing to work under the risk of getting Ebola. IMHO the fear of Ebola is probably what is causing more issues that Ebola itself (so far at least and I don't want to downplay the seriousness of this disease either). But it might be a good time to get people to think […]
- Four post-docs required to develop the Nano Membrane Toilet - by: AParker October 2, 2014Cranfield University is looking for people to join its team to develop the Nano Membrane Toilet, a toilet designed to serve the 2.5 billion people globally who currently lack access to sanitation. The toilet must work without using any water, external power and without connection to sewerage. The first phase of development is now complete, and Cranfield Univ […]
- Re: City Partnerships for Urban Sanitation Service Delivery (BMGF and DfID funded) - by: jonpar October 2, 2014
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