WASHTech aims to facilitate cost effective investments in technologies for sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services. The WASHTech Technology Assessment Framework is a tool for identifying blockages to sustainability and scalability.
12 March -16h00 : SuSanA–WASHtech webinar on Technology Applicability Framework (TAF)
SuSanA secretariat and WASHtech invites you to participate in a webinar that will present and discuss the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) developed during the WASHtech project: www.washtechnologies.net
When: 16h00 CET on 12th March 2014 (Time converter: www.worldtimebuddy.com/)
||Webinar room open
||Welcome by Trevor Surridge (SuSanA secretariat)
||Introduction to TAF by André Olschewski (Skat Foundation)
||Questions on André’s presentation
||Experiences using TAF in Ghana by Benedict Tuffuor (TREND)
||Questions on Benedict’s presentation
||WaterAid’s experience adapting and applying the TAF to a pour-flush toilet option in the Nicaraguan Caribbean by Joshua Briemberg (WaterAid)
||Questions on Joshua presentation leading into an open Q&A session
||Closing and wrap-up from Trevor
||End of Webinar
Webinar Chair: Trevor Surridge (SuSanA secretariat)
Moderation Support: Sean Furey (Skat Foundation)
To participate you need to register:
To register send an email to email@example.com and clearly state “TAF webinar” in the subject and you will be sent an invitation link to the Webinar.
For the technical requirements for WebEx:
If you have any questions about the webinar post them in reply to this post or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WASHTech project has published a literature review focusing on 14 technologies used in Africa in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector.
The following sanitation and hygiene technologies are included in the review:
- Bio-additives to pit latrines
- VIP latrines
- Urine diversion dry toilets
- Tippy tap
For each technology there is a description of the range of literature available on it, a concise description of the technology itself, a description of its application, a selection of interesting case studies, and an explanation as to whether the technology meets technical, financial, social and institutional success criteria.
Posted in Africa, Hygiene Promotion, Publications, Sanitary Facilities, Technology, Wastewater Management
Tagged bio-additives to pit latrines, changing behaviour, Cranfield University, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, literature reviews, The Gulper, Tippy Tap, urine diversion dry toilets, VIP latrines, WASHTech