Watch BBC presenter Dallas Campbell help unclog a sewer in Mexico City in the BBC programme Supersized Earth. It ain’t pleasant.
- Re: Featured User (14) of June 2016: Chen Xiangyang (Scott) from China - by: scottchen June 27, 2016Chris: Thank you for your valuable information. Unfortunately, Youtube is not allowed in China. I can not watch theat vedio. Deep Bedding is not new to us. I was born in central China where we grow rice mainly. Each familiy make a rice straw bed for the pigs and the bufferlo. But now, individual peasants can not affort to raise pigs by themselves because of […]
- Re: Managing menstruation in the workplace: an overlooked issue in low- and middle-income countries - by: donaldkasongi June 26, 2016More and more people are joining the workplace ,being formal or informal.The recent emphasis on Menstrual Hygiene Management in academic institutions is a novel starting point, but the reality is showing up how piece-meal our strategic focus can be. Like we raised the issues of mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in the workplace, it is time to broaden the horizon on res […]
- Re: Managing menstruation in the workplace: an overlooked issue in low- and middle-income countries - by: emmanuelkas2004 June 26, 2016Indeed its a very significant issue and it has increased drop out rate of girls from school. due to lack of personal hygiene knowledge and short of sanitation kits. We should join hands as susana forum members and promote/provide/impart knowledge to men and women and give free sanitation kits.
- Re: Human fecal and pathogen exposure pathways in rural Indian villages and the effect of increased latrine coverage - by: bowenarrow June 26, 2016I am wondering whether the design of the latrines used needs revisiting. Introduction of pour flush methods in lieu of a "dry" system doesn't appear to me to be helpful. Also in these latrines has there been any separate collection or disposal of urine. It is not helpful to allow faeces washing with urine and expect no pathogen spread. Ross […]
- 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: scottchen June 27, 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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