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Category: Education

Goodwill Water Ambassador

Clean Water Goodwill Ambassadors are prominent young individuals will be selected through a competitive process to volunteer in highlighting issues and how to keep water clean and preach about clean in their country. Prominent individual like actors, athletes, authors and musicians use their celebrity to raise awareness of the issues faced by victims of dirty water, talk on issues of clean water, advocate for construction ...more »

Submitted by (@emmanuelnbflomo)

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Take the knowledge and skills to their door-steps

We all have to admit that in some cases of water shortages, it isn't the actual lack of water but lack of appropriate skills to best use it, conserve it and the hygienic ways to handle it. This leads to pollution and misuse of the little available water making it less and less available for others and even ourselves. I think an efficient access of information on good water management behaviors can be a great stride towards ...more »

Submitted by (@mutugiank949)

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4 votes

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more boreholes for communities

Construction of more borehole can help, lets give every 10 house holds at most a borehole so that they don't over use them and give them the responsibility of taking care of it for its mantainance this way communities will have a sense of ownership of these facilities and boreholes will last for long and also seperate water points for humans and animals to avoid contamination and senstize communities on the need for clean ...more »

Submitted by (@muhumuzahuckster)

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TRADITIONAL MEDIA TO CHANGE PEOPLES ATTITUDES TOWARDS DIRTY WATE

For generations, rural people living in hard to reach villages without access to modern means of communication depended on spoken word and tradition forms of communication as means of sharing knowledge and information and providing entertainment. Occassions like festivals, family gatherings, market places and churches will be used as the platform for communication water and sanitation recommended practices. This strategy ...more »

Submitted by (@namuliagnes)

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2 votes

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Understanding Clean Vs. Contaminated Water

A global environment most so Africa in particular think domestic tanks as water that is free from diseases causing organisms, toxic chemicals, colour, smell and unpleasant taste. According to WORLD RESOURCE INSTITUTE (WRI), Safe water is that from a tap and piped system, boreholes, protected well or springs, rain water or gravity flow schemes. In a country like Uganda where i come from, unsafe water is drawn from open ...more »

Submitted by (@mattderrick)

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3 votes

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Amanzi library and quiz system

The Amanzi library and Quiz has been created and piloted. Go to http://www.whalecoastconservation.org.za/education to see and trail it. The library consists of pages with information about the water theme and is aligned to the South African national schools Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) and covers all twelve grades' required work on the topic. This is intended for use as a learning and teaching ...more »

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26 votes

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Rainwater Harvesting

Tanzania is facing the problem of water while it loose more than 290000 cubic of rainwater around Igunga and Nzega district in Tabora region

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5 votes

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TO PREPARE THE CURRICULUM FOR RAIN WATER UTILIZATION

there is a need to insert in the curriculum the way of utilizing the rain water to make it clear and sustainable for long term storage after the rain seasons especially in the villages, because large number of people in Africa are living in the villages and there are no opportunity for advanced education (higher education) there for that primary and secondary education they get should help them to utilize the water, ...more »

Submitted by (@hamisiiddi75)

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3 votes

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water or reuses

I really like flower garden, i love flowers but we cannot ever feed on flowers, i have cleared all the flowers in my home and replaced them with vegetables and bananas this is because water is expensive and now my family is feeding on the vegetables. Poor man and have managed to get water which is not regular at all. Its nice to use ones leisure time and make something productive. From the bathroom water can be use or ...more »

Submitted by (@sidiky60)

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2 votes

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Education and Water.

The lack of education is a root cause to many problems. It is also one of the factors why we suffer from shortage of water and other daily needs. If we develop technical schools that focus on the design and manufacturing of products/equipment that could help us with our daily needs, such as water purifiers, filters and any other systems or processes that could assist our communities with clean water, eg; the ocean water ...more »

Submitted by (@shavonnepolo)

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4 votes

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Educating Africans on the risks and dangers of Taking in Contaminated water.

How the advancement in Technology affects our daily living is unarguably wonderful but as a born, buttered and bread African child it took me some time getting accustomed to technology, who thought me this? My parents! yes the primary source of Enlightenment remains The parents/guidance. The parents should be well educated on the effects of consuming bad water. This can be done via News papers, The media, Social networks. ...more »

Submitted by (@ajadimayowa879)

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Pure water Indicator 2

Pure Water Indicator Do you have a specific indicator in mind? Yes ,a paper or pad can be used with test components so that drops of contaminated water can be poured on it which will change the colour of the paper or pad that will indicate presence of impurities in the water. By changing the colour of the paper or pad means that there are element of bacteria presence and chemical reaction of alum/silver/salt on the paper ...more »

Submitted by (@omatseye.clarke)

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32 votes