These case studies provide practical information for implementing innovative WASH interventions, and brief discussions on challenges and lessons learned by the SNV Tanzania team and their partners in communities.
- Webinar - Linking solid waste segregation, plastic & faecal sludge management: Practical learnings from Udaipur & the Nilgiris (India) case studies 10 June 1.30-3 pm IST - by: sumeetpawar0038 June 6, 2020Dear Susana members. Hope that you are well and healthy! I am writing to invite you to the upcoming FINISH Mondial webinar next week (10 June 2020) on 'Linking solid waste segregation, plastic & faecal sludge management: Practical learnings from Udaipur & the Nilgiris (India) case studies’ organised by the FSM-CE (Faecal Sludge Management and Ci […]
- Hanoi and Kampala: predictive models for TS (total solids) and emptying – and open sharing of data set (240 samples) - by: LindaStrande June 6, 2020Dear Eva, I support you in this idea and think it would be a great initiative. Even if raw data sets were not located on the SuSanA website, it would be valuable to have a compilation of references/links to available data sets. This would also maybe be more valuable, as the data sets are compiled together as a complete package with all of the relevant info […]
- Is handwashing with ash safe? - Does it kill any viruses? - by: goeco June 6, 2020Hi Elisabeth, sodium hydroxide is caustic soda or lye. Lye dissolves greases. White wood ash contains potassium carbonate, or potash, along with calcium hydroxide, but very little if any sodium hydroxide. By adding water to white wood ash, the calcium hydroxide and potassium carbonate react, forming caustic potash (ash lye, potassium hydroxide) and calcium c […]
- Deadline Extended! FINISH Mondial Sanitation Challenge Contest 2020 - by: Fadli June 5, 2020New Timeline: Deadline: 31 July 2020 Announcement of Winner: 31 August 2020 Awards Ceremony: TBD Seeking Innovators! FINISHMondial Sanitation Challenge 2020 This contest is based on thepremise that amongst other factors, lack of sanitation coverage (in rural populations of developing countries), is due to lack of innovation on cost reductions, to make them m […]
- Online and virtual Training Programme on Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning - by: ShivaliJ June 5, 2020 Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), India in partnership with Water Research Commission (WRC), South Africa and University of Cape Town (UCT) is organizing an international virtual training programme on “Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning” (WSUDP) for African practitioners. Date: July 14-22, 2020 Target group: African countries: Architects, pl […]
- Webinar - Linking solid waste segregation, plastic & faecal sludge management: Practical learnings from Udaipur & the Nilgiris (India) case studies 10 June 1.30-3 pm IST - by: sumeetpawar0038 June 6, 2020