Sanitation

Category: Sanitation

Hazard Mpping Innovations

For all ideas being posted here there is need to first Map out the situation as to how many people have access to clean and safe water so as to carry out an informed response that is evidence based. this response will be effective as the mobile application will be be a free SMS based one which will also involve communities themselves as part of their right to participate in decisions affecting their lives. people through ...more »

Submitted by (@libertydube)

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Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (RWSSP)

Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (RWSSP) is new project aims to cover at most five rural sectors selected from the Southern Province of Rwanda. The overall goal of the project is to contribute to Rwanda’s Poverty Reduction Strategy -Agenda for Change and achievement of the water supply, sanitation and hygiene targets set out in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Its specific objective is to: increase sustainable ...more »

Submitted by (@ndizineste)

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ONSITE DOMESTIC WASTEWATER (GREYWATER) TREATMENT FOR REUSE

Over 90% of waste water is water. if this is treated to a level that it can be used back in the same households they came from for portable usage, Water problems will be considerably reduced. Therefore there is need to develop a cost effective treatment system that can treat the waste water, mostly grey to that level that it can be used without affecting the lives of the users. These system should use local materials ...more »

Submitted by (@onyangog7)

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Water Sanitising Drops

Water Sanitizing Drops point-of-use water disinfectant was first and foremost designed to disinfect contaminated and polluted human drinking water. The Sanitizing Drops contains minute traces of silver that are safe for humans, but deadly to disease causing organisms such as fungi, parasites, protozoa and certain viruses. The Copper, Silver and Zinc destroy more than 99.9% of all bacteria present in your drinking water. ...more »

Submitted by (@graysmark13)

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