Tag Archives: sanitation

Visit to Clean Team Ghana

This week I’ve been visiting Clean Team Ghana, a “sanitation enterprise” based in Kumasi, Ghana. I visited along with colleagues – Alison Parker and Ben Martin – from Cranfield Univeristy. Alison and Ben are involved with a Bill & Melinda … Continue reading

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Next Zambian visit for Transforming Waste Project

Our ‘Transforming Waste Project’ will be back in Lusaka, Zambia again soon. I’ve been in touch with Lyla Mehta (Institute for Development Studies, Brighton, UK) and Kamal Kar (Chairman, the Community-Led Total Sanitation Foundation) and we’ll visit during the first … Continue reading

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Transforming Waste Consortium

We’re entering an exciting phase of our multi-disciplinary project. Our EPSRC-funded Transforming Waste Project consortium has just had our six-monthly meeting – this time at Cranfield University. Each of our partners participated – either in person or on the phone … Continue reading

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First days on Zambian sanitation field trip

Kanyama Compound, Lusaka, Zambia I’m on day 2 of our field trip to Lusaka, Zambia. Yesterday, we met with colleagues at the University of Zambia to discuss our joint experiments on the Transforming Waste Project (www.transformingwasteproject.com). We also visited the … Continue reading

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WASH event at Cranfield University

We recently attended a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) event at Cranfield University, where we heard some great presentations on water and wastewater projects. The programme is available to view here: http://www.safad.org.uk/?page_id=534 

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