The webinar brought together speakers who presented their perspectives on how we can improve WASH behavior change. First, we learnt about how we can do a better job of leveraging the influence of community leaders to change some of the social and cultural norms that prevent uptake of healthy WASH behaviors. The role of both formal and informal leaders was explored, as well as how to extend this collaboration beyond CLTS to incorporate it more into other WASH approaches.
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- Re: Inspiring "simple" Nano-bubbles (Ultra fine bubbles) technology for "simple" wwtp's !? - by: AquaVerde April 27, 2017I am not an expert, just guessing, a much higher Oxygen yield because of: - ~1.000 x higher surface area and - by keeping air-bubble with ~20% O2 on a longer term (weeks-months) within the water body, by nano size bubbles compared to micro- and millimetre bubbles with max. seconds to minutes. I regret, important neutral information by technology providers st […]
- Re: Defining the Scope of Case Study Research - What is a best practice? - by: sujoymojumdar April 27, 2017Under the Swachh Bharat Mission in India, one sees mainly two types of case studies happening in rural sanitation 1. Those reporting innovations in implementation - generally context specific 2. Studies reporting initiatives taken up by implementing agencies. Both these have an inherent bias in them. However the learnings have sometimes been useful, and take […]
- Re: Defining the Scope of Case Study Research - What is a best practice? - by: Robertus April 26, 2017Dear All, I am reading your contributions with great interest! Allow me to add a few thoughts: 1) A good or best practice (on sanitation) can be described in my view in different ways - and many of you provided definitions. For me an important component of a best practice is that something has not only worked in one location or context, but has been tested/p […]
- Re: Regular septic tanks vs Biodigester septic tanks - by: JKMakowka April 26, 2017It's probably not meant as a biogas plant but digestion similar to "effective microorganisms" of dubious effectiveness. Do a forum search and you will find more details.
- Re: Inspiring "simple" Nano-bubbles (Ultra fine bubbles) technology for "simple" wwtp's !? - by: JKMakowka April 26, 2017Seems interesting for many applications, but the apparent need of a high pressure pump for efficient bubble generation will probably make it relatively expensive both in system and operation costs.
- Re: Inspiring "simple" Nano-bubbles (Ultra fine bubbles) technology for "simple" wwtp's !? - by: AquaVerde April 27, 2017
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