Our School Activity Collection assembles various activities on the vital topics of WASH, energy conservation, biodiversity and waste management.
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Hoffmann, H., Platzer, C., von Münch, E., Winker, M. (2011)
Luethi, C., Morel, A., Tilley, E., Ulrich, L. (2011)
Zimmermann, N. (2012)
Wendland, C., Rieck, C., Roenitzsch, S., van Epps, A. (2014)
This publication showcases various approaches, both practical and innovative, to provide sustainable WASH solutions in schools around the world. The stories are not limited to the construction of water and sanitation systems but also show how these systems are operated and maintained through active involvement of pupils, teachers, cleaning staff and community members. In some cases, awareness is …
Rohilla, S.K., Luthra, B., Varma, R.S., Padhi, S.K. (2015)
Agra, the former capital of India is a city on the banks of the river Yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. There is sewerage network which covers half of the population. Rest of the city is majorly dependent on septic tanks which are generally not adhering to design prescribed by Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
Date of production: 21/10/2015
Last update: 29/01/2016
Munyana, S. et al. (2013)
This library entry contains background documents and results for a grant that Sherina Munyana is leading and which is funded by the WSH Program of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation under the grant category "Other".
Further information and a discussion is available on the SuSanA discussion Forum, see link below.
Short description of the project:
With funding from the Bill & Melinda …
Henze, M., Loosdrecht, M.C.M, Ekama, G.A., Brdjanovic, D. (2008)
von Münch, E., Winker, M. (2011)
Wang, J. (2013)
Mang, H.-P., Li, Z. (2010)
Zimmermann, N., Wafler, M. (2009)
Janssen, P., Diehl, J. C. (2013)
Roma, E., Holzwarth, S., Buckley, C. (2011)
Wolf, L., Nick, A., Cronin, A. (2015)
Gensch, R. (2008)
Brandes, K., Schoebitz, L., Kimwaga, R., Strande, L. (2015)
Dar es Salaam lies on the coast of the Indian Ocean and is the largest city and economic hub of Tanzania (DCC, 2004). The 2015 population is estimated to have reached more than 5 million inhabitants (NBS,2013). In Dar es Salaam, it was estimated that 43% of excreta is managed safely while 57% of the excreta ends up directly in the environment without adequate treatment.
This Shit Flow Diagram …
OtterWasser GmbH (2009)
Mang, H. (1992)
Sasse, L. (1998)
Cofie, O., Koné, D. (2009)
Fioravanti, M., (2013)
Morel, A. and Diener, S. (2006)
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