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).
- IHE's results from BMGF Capacity Building Projects III - Open Access Online Courses on Experimental Methods in WWT - by: MRonteltap April 22, 2018IHE Delft and partners offer a series of seven open-access (both self-study and instructor-led) online courses on experimental methods in wastewater treatment for researchers and practitioners, targeting young scientists and engineers as well as mid-career professionals. An on-campus and tailor made versions of the course are also available. www.experimetalm […]
- IHE's results from BMGF Capacity Building Projects II - Global Sanitation Learning Alliance [SanitationEducation.org] - by: MRonteltap April 22, 2018Another important outcome of IHE's BMGF Capacity Building projects is the launch of a Global Sanitation Learning Alliance. www.sanitationeducation.org This is an internet-based platform to facilitate the development and increase the dissemination of knowledge on sanitation. The Global Sanitation Learning Alliance provides access to high quality graduate […]
- IHE's results from BMGF Capacity Building Projects I - SANIUP - by: MRonteltap April 22, 2018Dear all, My colleagues at IHE requested me to post some links to findings from our BMGF Capacity Building projects. The first website concerns the findings from our PhD fellows in the SANI UP project. www.saniup.org The SaniUP project (‘Stimulating local innovation on sanitation for the urban poor in sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia’) aimed to stimula […]
- Reply: Guidelines and Policies on FSM with a global focus - by: F H Mughal April 22, 2018The attached publication of the Directorate of Municipal Administration, Government of Karnataka, India, captioned: Faecal Sludge Treatment Plant: Devanahalli, gives more stress on treatment, when it comes to FSM. According to the report, the FSM Value Chain comprises of capture, storage, transport, treatment and reuse. The report gives advantages of aerobic […]
- Reply: Guidelines and Policies on FSM with a global focus - by: F H Mughal April 22, 2018Attached is a short report on solid waste and faecal sludge management in situations of rapid, mass displacement. The publication has interesting list of references. F H Mughal
- IHE's results from BMGF Capacity Building Projects III - Open Access Online Courses on Experimental Methods in WWT - by: MRonteltap April 22, 2018