WaterSHED is led by the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health and supported by USAID’s Regional Development Mission-Asia (RDMA). WaterSHED, which stands for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Enterprise Development, is a public-private partnership designed to bring effective, affordable water and sanitation products to market in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.
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- Seeking ideas to engage participants in PDX Red Party (MHM) - by: pdxislander April 22, 2017Hi all, I'm planning to table for an upcoming event called the PDX Red Party. The idea is to educate and empower Portlanders (Oregon, USA) on topics and access to MHM. The event is hosted by Period, Inc., and is set in a party atmosphere. To that end, I'm seeking ideas of games that may have been helpful in facilitating discussion and lesson points […]
- Re: Defining the Scope of Case Study Research - What is a best practice? - by: nityajacob April 22, 2017Dear all, Thanks Girija for a thought-provoking statement. As you say, case studies are investigations. I've found they bring out both the ordinary, every-day events, as well as capturing the extraordinary. The first kind of case studies that encapsulate the ordinary are most useful. I say this because those are what you find most common and people rela […]
- Re: M.Sc. by research/PhD position (funded): GHG emissions from on-site wastewater treatment systems (TCD, Ireland) - by: goeco April 22, 2017CO2 is surely just related to percentage of decomposition? In which case why measure it? I'm most interested in N2O emissions comparing onsite anaerobic and aerobic processes. CH4 is obvious, if you use an anaerobic process then in my view harvesting/combustion of methane should be mandatory! But what about nitrous oxide? What percentage of nitrate is c […]
- Request for Quotation Suppliers of FS Transfer Stations - by: hesselschuurman April 21, 2017The Netherlands Red Cross is looking for suppliers that can develop, supply and pilot innovative FS transfer stations. This RFQ is part of the Emergency Sanitation Project phase 2 with IFRC, Oxfam UK and WASTE. The deadline for submitting the supplier quotations is 19 May 2017. Interested parties can contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambo […]
- A new article on combined treatment of source separated human feces via lactic acid fermentation and composting - by: nadia April 21, 2017Human feces from urine diverting dry toilets can serve as valuable soil conditioners. For a successful agricultural application, an efficient pathogen reduction needs to be ensured, with no negative effects on plants. This study assessed the efficiency of lacto-fermentation combined with thermophilic composting on pathogen removal from human feces and the po […]
- Seeking ideas to engage participants in PDX Red Party (MHM) - by: pdxislander April 22, 2017
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