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Stop the Rot – Stakeholder perspectives on handpump corrosion and quality – Part 2οΏΌ

By: kerstinldanert β€”
A summary of the second part of the RWSN webinar (April 2022) The findings of the β€˜Stop the Rot’ study on handpump* corrosion and component quality was presented at an RWSN webinar in April 2022, attended by 135 people from over 60 countries. What were the reactions of those that attended the webinar and what … Continue reading "Stop the Rot – Stakeholder perspectives on handpump corrosion and quality – PartΒ 2οΏΌ"

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Stop the Rot – Stakeholder perspectives on handpump corrosion and quality – Part 1οΏΌ

By: kerstinldanert β€”
A summary of discussions at the RWSN webinar (April 2022) Handpump reliance, rapid corrosion, component quality and supply chains in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) were the subject of the trilogy of reports from the β€˜Stop the Rot’ published in 2022. The research looked specifically at the main public domain handpumps – the India Mark Pump, and … Continue reading "Stop the Rot – Stakeholder perspectives on handpump corrosion and quality – PartΒ 1οΏΌ"

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Professional Drilling Management – Online Course 2022

By: kerstinldanert β€”
An estimated 50% of the global and 75% of the African population rely on groundwater for their drinking water supplies. This is likely to increase in the future, especially in the face of climate change. Drilled water wells are vital to achieving universal, clean drinking water, with the sources safe, affordable, reliable and available. Services … Continue reading "Professional Drilling Management – Online CourseΒ 2022"

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Stop the rot: evidence and action for handpump quality

By: kerstinldanert β€”
Currently, about half a billion people, in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), equivalent to half of the population, rely on protected and unprotected groundwater point sources for their main drinking water supplies. With the expected increases in rainfall variability due to climate change, sustainable groundwater sources will be evermore important in supporting resilience in the future. Access … Continue reading "Stop the rot: evidence and action for handpumpΒ quality"

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Groundwater Resources Management New Online Course – 2022Β 

By: kerstinldanert β€”
Apply by 11th April 2022 An estimated 75% of the African population relies on groundwater for their drinking water. Groundwater supports social and economic development and will become increasingly important in the face of climate change, droughts and floods. If groundwater is to provide reliable, safe and sustainable water supplies now and for future generations, … Continue reading "Groundwater Resources Management New Online Course – 2022Β "

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