- Re: Human Rights to Water and Sanitation, SDGs (sustainable development goals) - by: joeturner April 21, 2015Maybe I have missed or forgotten, but is the intention to set these indicators at a global level or allow each country to determine their own indicator?
- Re: Human Rights to Water and Sanitation, SDGs (sustainable development goals) - by: joeturner April 21, 2015Wait - it is 'easily feasible' that a given percentage of population use safely managed sanitation services...? I guess this depends on what the % is.
- Re: Human Rights to Water and Sanitation, SDGs (sustainable development goals) - by: dietvorst April 21, 2015Adding to Joe's posts about the UN-Water document, below is what the UN Statistical Commission came up with in March 2015 as targets & indicators for SDG 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3. It includes an assessment of the feasibility, suitability and relevance of the proposed indicators. According to an insider "if you care about these new goals, pay close atte […]
- Re: What is the difference between soil and compost? Results from a twitter conversation with Joe and Susi - by: antonini April 21, 2015Here's a link to the Soil Atlas 2015 which contains really nice infographics! See p.12 (The Invisible Ecosystem) for a general description of soils and their fertility! If you are interested in this topic, have a look at Global Soil Week which is currently being held in Berlin! Best, Samantha
- Re: What is the difference between soil and compost? Results from a twitter conversation with Joe and Susi - by: joeturner April 21, 2015Also perhaps harder to get across is that material which looks like soil does not necessarily have all the properties of soil. And materials which may have fully composted and/or been sanitised may not have much agronomic benefit. As David Bates recently described, material from the UDDTs he studied (which most, but not all, wouldn't describe as compost […]
- Re: Human Rights to Water and Sanitation, SDGs (sustainable development goals) - by: joeturner April 21, 2015
- Liberian ODF communities did not experience transmission of the Ebola virus April 16, 2015Mr. deVries, Chief of Party of Global COmmunities described the fight against the virus and the Community Led Total Sanitation program as an incredible and challenging experience.He said with all of these challenges faced by his entity during his tenure, tremendous progress was made in the fight against the Ebola virus, especially in safe burial and the Comm […]6
- CLTS Sharing and Learning workshop at AfricaSan IV/ Atelier d'apprentissage et de partage du savoir sur l'ATPC lors d'AfricaSan April 11, 2015The CLTS Knowledge Hub and WSSCC will be hosting a one day CLTS Sharing and Learning workshop on Sunday 24th May, the day before the AfricaSan Conference, in Dakar, Senegal. La CLTS Knowledge Hub de l'IDS et WSSCC accueillera un atelier d'apprentissage et de partage du savoir sur l'ATPC le 24 Mai 2015.6
- Call for written evidence on community led health systems and the Ebola outbreak March 27, 2015The Africa APPG together with Polygeia seeks to explore the lessons from the Ebola crisis for community-led health systems strengthening through examining the current response to the Ebola crisis, and gathering evidence from experts and the affected communities in West Africa.6
- ODF communities in Margibi didn't experience Ebola virus March 25, 2015Communities declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) through Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) did not experience any case of the Ebola outbreak, despite other surrounding communities in Marbibi county that experienced the worst cases.6
- Long way to go for a clean India March 23, 2015Indians attained political freedom under the leadership of Mahatma Ghandi, but his dream of a clean India remains unfulfilled.6
- Liberian ODF communities did not experience transmission of the Ebola virus April 16, 2015
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