Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

This section presents a range of documents related to the field of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).

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http://www.akvo.org/wiki AKVOPEDIA is a wikipedia type service dedicated on water and sanitation topics and provided by AKVO, an NGO in the Netherlands. It is organized in different portals (Water,...
29/03/2013
This document describes concrete solutions to: distribute water simply and properly (without valves!) between the differents branches of gravity networks – through distribution boxes; and, in the...
Note
06/09/2017
This short note is a description of two tools that have been designed to help in the construction of tap fountains (according to the design used by Inter Aide in its programmes of gravity fed systems...
Tools
06/09/2017
Inter Aide is supporting communities who population is below150 habitants and who are usually excluded of WASH programmes. Solutions are implemented to organize household water treatment : a village ...
Document
26/07/2017
Inter Aide is working in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region in Ethiopia, constructing gravity systems and establishing mechanisms to ensure that communities are able to maintain...
Note
29/03/2017
Inter Aide a développé un Mémento à l’usage des équipes des mairies des communes rurales, pour le suivi de la gestion des infrastructures hydrauliques dans le cadre de la maitrise d’ouvrage....
Tools
19/05/2016
On february 2016, Inter Aide organised a workshop in Malawi related to maintenance. Several objectives justified such event where almost 50 participants attended  (representatives of the dedicated...
Note
17/05/2016
This Excel file is a list of all "Pratiques" productions on Water, Hygiene and Sanitation. This allow an alternative link and gateway by categories of notes or tools. The others sheets of this...
Tools
11/04/2016
www.interaide.org/pratiques/sites/default/files/Concrete%20Disorder/index.html The above link is an interactive interface which firstly sheds light on what the reasons for deterioration of concrete...
07/04/2016
Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) is an approach to achieve sustained behavior change in mainly rural people by a process of "triggering" leading to spontaneous and long-term abandonment of open...
Document
25/01/2016

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