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In line with the site’s continuous improvement and resource conservation objectives, the site completed the installation of HVAC condensate recovery system and additional Reverse Osmosis Water Buffer Tanks. To further mitigate the risk of low water supply, the site is … Learn More

Reduce the risks of the increasingly constrained resources in the Pangani Basin. The Basin is relied upon for a large number of commercial agricultural products, in particular horticulture, coffee and sugar since it has the largest concentration of horticulture and … Learn More

This initiative will contribute to capacity enhancement of WASH committees, school teachers and pupils as well as communities in carrying out WASH services among the most marginalized people and schools in project communities. The project is aimed at improving the … Learn More

In 2013 iDE Burkina Faso has developed a new kind of low-cost metallic tank for catching rainwater. The water is stored during the rainy season, and then users could use it for irrigating gardens. After several trying we have succeeded … Learn More

Risk is mitigated by the technical due diligences carried out in all project finance transactions that assess environmental and technical issues and ensure, through the Environmental Impact Assessment, that the minimum water flow necessary for the plant and for the … Learn More

After extreme floods in december 2010, Royal HaskoningDHV together with Colombian partner Gómez Cajiao advises Colombian authorities on the rehabilition of the Canal del Dique, a 120 km long navigational route between the Rio Magdalena and Cartagena. This integral project … Learn More

Water resources continue to deteriorate despite the adoption of IWRM and some progresses in policies, laws, monitoring programmes, etc. Concurrently, poverty, inequality, social and environmental injustices still pervade the African continent. Fundamental shift in managerial attitude and policy is required … Learn More

Increasing access to and use of sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services in 10 communities in the Central Gonja District of Northern region. The strategy is a programmatic approach involving several partners including the public and private sectors. The 'FIETS' … Learn More

This project aimes at harvesting the rainwater from the rooftops and collecting them in underground sump tanks to provide safe water for drinking and cooking and some water for sanitation. Learn More

The Annual Water Sector Review Report (February 2011) underlines the fact that ‘data situation on water and sanitation coverage in the rural areas is difficult to ascertain as no baseline survey has been undertaken. This information gap continues to make … Learn More