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Good morning! Preparations for the 6th International RWSN Forum in Kampala, Uganda, are proceeding apace and we are now taking bookings for exhibition space. The Forum is from Tuesday 29th November to Thursday 1st December (with field trips and sponsored seminars on the Friday).
There are only a limited number packages available and as a RWSN member we would like to give you this early opportunity before we start wider…Continue
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In response to an information request, WASHplus compiled the resources in this issue of the Weekly and added additional information on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for the disabled. Please contact WASHplus if you have information or contacts on this topic to share. The resources below include case studies from Madagascar, Nepal, Ethiopia and Bangladesh. The needs of disabled people are consistently overlooked when it comes to providing WASH services. This has severe…Continue
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This WASHplus Weekly contains 2010 and 2011 resources on the productive reuse of human waste, which is emerging as a key challenge in the WASH sector. Resource recovery can contribute to cost recovery in the sanitation service chain while addressing water shortages and increasing fertilizer prices. But reuse also has the potential to be detrimental to natural and human environments: soil structure can become degraded, aquifers may be polluted, and human health may be threatened.…Continue
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