CLEAN WATER FOR AFRICAN POPULACE Introduction Like any other Projects, provision of clean water for human populace needs to be properly planned (designed) for its successful take - off to meet the purposes, budgets and the allotted time-frame. As a result, the solutions for providing clean water will be elaborated on multi-faceted perspectives, namely Social Perspective, Economic Perspective, Environmental Perspective ...more »
There are so many perspective to providing clean water for humanity. No single solution could be potent address the problem, in as much as there are so many challenges concerning clean water provision.
Social, environmental, economic and political perspectives are multifaceted that no single solution to the problem is practicable.
Solutions to providing clean water for humanity are has many as the challenges leading to clean water inadequacies. Irrespective of how a single solution may appear effective, a combination of other approaches to it would go a long way in providing a more functional and cost effective solution in the overall. Essentially, solving the problem of inadequacies of clean water consumption has to be viewed from the following ...more »
My idea is to obtain donations through the following model: Anyone throughout the world can make a donation to the “Jokes4Water” Project and in return they receive a joke (including the name of the comedian who submitted the joke.) The joke could even be a short video of the comedian telling the joke depending on the technology used. Through this project, the comedian is able to market themselves to a wider audience, ...more »
the idea depends on three things first education we will make awareness through people and teach them how to use water and how to use used water and teach them how to commercialize the consumption of water three steps providing illustrate methods in schools and the second part purification will be like a tool covered with layers from organic and inorganic materials as it help to get organic substances from water like ...more »
Water is a scarce resource , to be able to use it wisely communities should form Water Resource Users association which will be the center point of equal sharing of the scarce water. This is the avenue that will be used to educate on water conservation, sanitation and utilization. The community here includes all schools, homesteads and farmlands, they use water daily. The schools with the support of the communities will ...more »
Solving the water problem of Africa may need more than one approach. Africa, and for that matter sub-Saharan Africa, is a large geographical are with a diverse cultural and geographical backgrounds. This means that one approach may not be the answer to all the water problems of Africa. Most Africans live in rural areas where water related problems are high. This may be due to long periods of droughts coupled with the ...more »
We ALL know water and land are a problem yes.What need to be done is to dig and build big tanks under ground in which water from both the sky that in ground can be collected to,at the same time the piece of land being used what is appropriate.The river streams will be directed to those big takes.This will help since during NO rains under ground water will keep entering the tank and by so doing shortage of water problem ...more »
Being that the African continent is plagued by heavy rains during a season it is necessary that this water is reused the maximum possible. It is normal in this day and age we see areas without drinking water give my suggestion would be the conservation of water in the rainy tanks at low cost. These tanks should be placed near to buildings (schools, churches, hospitals, homes, etc.) that it is possible to collect the water ...more »
Attach here is a pdf file of my idea.
An apparatus that can be used to to the following
1. Solar water distillation
2. Rain water harvest
3. Solar Still, Transpiration/evaporation harvest
A simple and affordable way to collect and purify water for homes in rural areas
There is a sizable number of buildings with corrugated iron sheets across Africa and Africa receives abundant rainfall throughout the year. After the heavy rain, minutes later, it is a common practice to see Africans rushing downstream to go and fetch water from the ponds which has been running away from their own buildings at home. My idea is to change the mindset of people with corrugated iron roofed buildings to embrace ...more »