Sanitation

Sanitation Marketing: Water Source Based Sanitation SACCOs

This idea builds on a water supply model being used in Uganda. Here is the long and short of the model: 1. Water supply is primarily the responsibility of the Government; with users having the responsibility of demanding for the service, through the leaders. 2. Maintaining water sources is the role of the communities; who form water and sanitation committees to manage the water sources. Users (averaging 30 households ...more »

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Water in the Village

The goal of this project is to provide safe drinking water to over 100,000 people in Districts in Liberia. Many citizens in Liberia especially in the villages can’t access safe drinking water and are drinking dirty water and running creeks water. This was as a result of the Fourteen (14) years of devastating civil crisis that broke down the nation’s entire infrastructures. The project to be funded contains Rehabilitation ...more »

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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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SANITATION MARKETING TO IMPROVE RURAL SANITATION AT SCALE

Seventy percent (70%) of the 2.6 billion people world wide lack access to improved sanitation live in rural areas, one of every people who lack access to improved sanitation practice open defecation. Sanitation marketing marketing is about more than just training masons. It involves a more comprehensive demand and supply strengthening strategy drawing on social and commercial marketing and behavior change communication ...more »

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