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.
- Re: Thematic Discussion "WASH & Nutrition" (Part 3): Progressing the agenda - What do we want to achieve? - by: CompostEra June 25, 2016Nutrition is variety of the main building blocks hydrogen, oygen, carbon, phosphorous and potasium BUT chemical agriculture has overlooked the importance of the micro-nutrients that delivers fragrance, taste and broad spectrum nutrition which is crucial for many health related factors. For exampel if we feed our growing veggies only chemical fertilizer we so […]
- Re: Featured User (14) of June 2016: Chen Xiangyang (Scott) from China - by: canaday June 25, 2016Dear Scott, It is great to learn more about you. I am glad you studied English so now you can share your experiences with you. I have also thought of making a urine-diverting piggery. Pigs are very intelligent and much cleaner than most people think. A great existing technology is Deep Bedding for Pigs, where some 50 cm of coarse, dry, organic matter is kept […]
- Re: Video about two dry sanitation service models by utilities in Peru - by: CeciliaRodrigues June 24, 2016Hi Christoph, Is there any chance that you got this video translated into English? Otherwise, can you recommend me something along these lines? Thanks a lot in advance! Cecilia.
- Re: Featured User (14) of June 2016: Chen Xiangyang (Scott) from China - by: scottchen June 23, 2016Hi, JK Makowka： Thank you for your comments and encouragment to me. China has the biggest demand for safe food. There is a great space for me to work. I will keep on working to turn the toilet business biggger and bigger with more profits.
- Re: Thematic Discussion "WASH & Nutrition" (Part 3): Progressing the agenda - What do we want to achieve? - by: Jona June 23, 2016Summary Part Three Dear all, Please find here a brief summary of Part 3 of the Thematic Discussion: Advocating for Integration Advocating for integration comprises various components, including collaborating in new partnerships; influencing at local, national and global level; taking advantage of “moments” (e.g. Rio Growth Summit, Stockholm WWW), and improvi […]
- Re: Thematic Discussion "WASH & Nutrition" (Part 3): Progressing the agenda - What do we want to achieve? - by: CompostEra June 25, 2016
- CLTS Knowledge Hub activities at the 39th WEDC Conference June 16, 2016Are you attending the 39th WEDC Interpetra
- CLTS Knowledge Hub Book launch at WEDC: Sustainable Sanitation for All: Experiences, Challenges and Innovation (12th July 2016) June 16, 2016The CLTS Knowledge Hub is excited to announce the launch of its new book Sustainablepetra
- CLTS Sharing and Learning at WEDC Conference in Kumasi, Ghana June 14, 2016The CLTS Knowledge Hub (IDS, UK) is hosting a one day CLTS Sharing and Learning workshop on Sundapetra
- Sanergy welcomes Kenya’s new sanitation policy June 8, 2016At the end of May, the Kenyan Ministry of Health launched thepetra
- A dirty secret April 8, 2016Almost two-and-a-half billion people lack access to an adequate toilet, and around one billion hapetra
- CLTS Knowledge Hub activities at the 39th WEDC Conference June 16, 2016
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