"Thanks for your reply. Do you know if bottled water gets flown in by NGO's. If so is it sourced locally or is there a reserve that is used in times of need.
Do you mind if I ask you if you are on the ground in…"
Africa, East Africa, West Afrika, Southern Africa, East Asia & Pacific, Europe & Central Asia, Latin America & Caribbean, Middle East & North Africa, North America, South Asia
Your thematic interests?
Capacity development, Emergencies, Financing, Information and communication, Knowledge management, Participatory Management, Rural WASH, Sanitation, Sanitation - Ecological sanitation, Sanitation - Hygiene promotion, Sanitation - On-site sanitation, Sanitation - School sanitation, Sanitation - Wastewater treatment, Technology, Transparency, Urban WASH, Water and livelihoods, Water quality, Water resources management, Water supply, Water supply - Water collection, Water supply - Water distribution, Water supply - Water lifting devices, Water supply - Water treatment, Water-related diseases, Regulation
How to reach you? (Address, e-mail signature, Facebook, Hyve, LinkedIn etc)
Anything else you want others to know:
Looking to connect with people that work in the field. Looking for information on hand washing in developing areas and after disaster. looking to chat with anyone involved in the promotion of hand washing to prevent the spread of disease.
Keywords you want to be found by?
hand washing, disaster, disease spread due to lack of eduction. promotion of hand washing techniques. Water distribution after disaster. Emergency relief.
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This seminar will bring together the expertise of Dutch organisations on multiple use water services (MUS) in the context of Dutch policy and practice. It will include experiences from arid to humid environments, relating to policy development, capacity building, water infrastructure development, water resources management, sanitation and re-use of waste and wastewater, especially from East Africa.
Organised by the Civil Engineering Department of Bangalore University. Topics include: Planning for Sustainable Water Solutions; Water Quality & Health; Water Management & Policy; and Sustainable Wastewater Treatment Technologies.
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