Category: Education

River Water....Safer Ways To give you Healthy Living.

They are many people around Africa who still stay in rural area,in small settlement who are mostly farmers. They stay there to be able to rear their livestock,grow crops in their lands/ fields for food. They have been here all their lives, an get water from the rivers that's surrounds them, they use this same water to drink and feed their livestock with. Depends on the type of source they got there, some rivers flows ...more »

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Category: Sanitation

Cleansing of Rivers

Rivers and streams still remains the most natural and available sources of water. There's no doubt that most rivers in Africa are contaminated and drinking water from such rivers can lead to deadly diseases. But this can change and our rivers can be a clean source of water. As rivers flow downstream it has a natural way of cleansing itself called self-purification. With this peculiar characteristic and extra effort from ...more »

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Category: Sanitation

using village health teams and water purifyers

the village health team is a group of volunteers selected by the community and trained by health professionals to provide basic health care packages in their communities. this members can help improve sanitation at no cost. each member is allocated a number of households that he monitors, so if they are given to distribute the water purifiers like pure, they will also be able to sensitize their households on better hygiene ...more »

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Category: Groundwater

Preserving Ground Water

Water is an important part of life. Fortunately or unfortunately for Africans, water can be found almost everywhere. The fortunate part we all know about because we all use water. The unfortunate part is when there is flooding.Importantly, there is also when we find waste water flowing unto the streets from our various homes. It is a common sight in developing areas.The untreated waste water finds itself seeping into ...more »

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