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RAIN WATER MANAGEMENT

In the world, water is the most vital instrument that leads people to lead a healthy and happy live. There is water everywhere. But not all water is good or clean. Clean water if the most kind of water everyone is longing to have and use daily. Many people lack clean and portable water which is mostly used for drinking,cooking,bathing and washing. My concern is on prepping on the idea of finding ...more »

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Water Sources in Africa and particularly in Uganda are; 1. Clear flowing water and 2. Lakes, ponds and rivers Clear flowing water coming from somewhere without people, manmade things or an obvious sign of pollution is best. Lakes, ponds and rivers are less ideal. The first two are stagnant, which may mean increased levels of bacteria and other gross things, while large rivers are typically full of pollution. Not forgetting ...more »

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Water sanitation quality

Water supply and sanitation in Nigeria This article was written in April 2012. Feel free to update it if necessary. Nigeria : Water and Sanitation Data Access to an improved water source 54% (2010) [1] Access to improved sanitation 35% (2010) [1] Continuity of supply (%) not available Average urban water use (liter/ capita/day) not available Water tariff Flat residential fee of USD 3 per month in Lagos and USD 11 per ...more »

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African Governments Should Amend A Policy That Force Foreign Investors Ensure Sources Of Clean Drinking Water Before They Set Up

If you try to read the statistics via google, a big number of foreign big companies are setting up businesses in different parts of Africa. Many of these companies mascarade in the name of improving local human welbeing through building infrastructure but when in the actural sence a few of these companies fulfill their promises hence diverting all profits made to their native countries living African states more poorer. ...more »

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Providing clean water and sanitation for the common man

Diarrhoea kills 4,000 children every day around the world. In Africa, it is the leading killer of children under 5 years old, causing more deaths than AIDS, malaria and measles combined. But there are very simple solutions to this problem - clean drinking water, hygienic toilets and effective hand washing. Providing people in developing countries with access to clean drinking water, effective sanitation and education ...more »

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Mobile Toilet Business - East & Southern Africa

Looking for Financing for a Sanitation Business. Initially envisaged to start in Kenya/and or Zambia. Business Plan already in place and proprietor seeking to start immediately and full time

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Sanitation Community Clubs (SCC)

The SCC are groups of between 10 to 30 children who are encouraged to get together and form a club that will promote hygiene in their local communities. Each SCC is attached to a mentor who has attained the age of consent in his/her community like for the case of Uganda 18 years to provide a leading and a mentoring (for the case of Uganda where we have a government structure of Village Health Teams -VHTs, these could ...more »

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FREE LIFE SACK FOR EVERY HOME

Not only does this clever design purify water — it also doubles as a container for shipping grains and other food staples. Once the package of food is received, it can then be used as a solar water purification kit. To filter contaminated water the Life sack uses SODIS (Solar Water Disinfection Process) technology: UV-A-radiation and the bag’s thermal treatment process work together to kill deadly microorganisms and bacteria ...more »

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Sanitation of waterbodies provided by nature

Africa has already been blessed with lots of water of water bodies. If all the water available for drinking through fresh water bodies are kept clean,no one would have to go without adequate water for domestic purposes. There are hundreds of fresh water sources in Nigeria.The government of each country could sensitize individuals and organizations on how to keep these water sources clean. Laws should be made and ...more »

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In order to improve access to clean, safe drinking water and sanitation for improving health in Uganda and Africa’s poorest countries. Working with local partners and community members to construct and rehabilitate household and school latrines, standpipes, boreholes, rainwater harvesting systems, rainwater cisterns, ground water wells, and other water structures. Additionally, protecting natural springs and fountains, ...more »

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JAMES KAYONDE

3.Sanitation: How can we improve access to clean water by improving sanitation? This should be a voluntarily built solidarity within the community members, how if a citizen knows that we use this well for our drinking water then they won’t allow people to dump waste in it. It all goes back to sensitization. Also special days should be set up were three families in a week must do the cleaning of the well, or any other ...more »

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SOUND WATER VENTURE

Sound Water Venture (SWV) provides disadvantaged slum residents of tANZANIA with enhanced access to increased quantity and quality of water through an improved management system while maintaining an affordable cost of water. We are in the midst of a global water, hygiene & nutrition crisis. 3.5 million People die each year from water-related disease. 1.7 million Children under 5 die from diarrheal disease annually. In ...more »

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