In the 1940s, the Walt Disney Studios produced a series of educational films on sanitation and hygiene promotion for developing countries. The films, in the Health for the Americas series, were aimed at Latin America. They were commissioned by the now defunct Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs (CIAA), which was later renamed Office of Inter-American Affairs (OIAA).
- Linkage of Pit latrine usage and pollution of groundwater - by: F H Mughal February 18, 2018Dear Mr. Aminu, Please have a look at the attached publication. Regards, F H Mughal
- Solar treatment of feces? - by: hajo February 17, 2018Hi Tore, by coincidence I just returned from Namibia where we ran some trials heating/drying FS from Otji-UDDTs. We put a black 90L container with cover and containing about 40 L FS into a metal lined box (approx. 1 x 1 x1 m3) covered with a glass and into the glaring Namibian sun. We measured temperatures in the box, in the container and in the FS and had t […]
- Renaming and updating the WG7 in light of Agenda2030 - by: scottchen February 17, 2018Claudia: Sustainable WASH and Gender Equality in Institutions, is better, I think. SDGs should be the first priority for all countries. best wishes Scott
- PooPac: Using Oyster Mushrooms to stop human faeces smelling in UDDTs - A Masters Thesis - by: joshuaurieli February 17, 2018Thanks for the comment Tore. The oyster mushroom fruit is edible and highly nutritious. Theoretically the fruit of oyster mushrooms used for treating human faeces could be eaten. Source: www.smithymushrooms.co.uk/ However there are some practical issues with the idea: - Ensuring that the oyster mushroom fruit is well cleaned - Ensuring that no pharmaceutical […]
- Postgraduate programme in water and sanitation in Australia, Canada, America - by: isaacaleminaa February 16, 2018Hello Dr Elizabeth Thank you so much for the response.
- Linkage of Pit latrine usage and pollution of groundwater - by: F H Mughal February 18, 2018