Tag: WASH

Rob Goodier

Shh.. Don’t Tell Kids but Playing with Soap Actually Prevents Disease and Even Childhood Mortality

October 12, 2017

Don’t tell the kids, but the colored mess they’re making with their hands is probably good for them. Soapen...

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Riley Mulhern

Surrendering control, improving outcomes: Learning an engineering of accompaniment

July 23, 2017

The meeting was held in the most impressive government building in town, in an upper room looking over the...

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Jackie Halliday

Professional Water Well Drilling in Africa: Incentives and Support

February 24, 2017

 Drilled water wells are vital if Africa is to achieve universal, clean drinking water. The water must be safe,...

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David Kreamer

Changing the Hydrophilanthropy Paradigm (How Well-Intentioned Engineers Can Get It Wrong)

October 26, 2016

Say you wanted to put in a well in a small community that needed water, in an economically depressed...

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Josh Kearns

Innovation Needed Now! To Control Persistent Organic Chemical Toxins in Drinking Water in Developing Communities

June 28, 2016

Aqueous Solutions’ Bellwether Event Brings New Capacity to the WASH Sector. Environmentally persistent trace pollutants – such as pesticide...

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Susan Davis

We Need to Learn Why People Use Toilets Before We Can Change Behavior

February 14, 2016

Before we can change human behavior, we need to understand the human. Our recent research on sanitation successes in...

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Rob Goodier

Gallery: A day in the life of a global development engineer

November 1, 2015

So, what does a work day look like for a global development engineer? Jason Kass, the founder of Toilets...

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Rob Goodier

Five questions with Eleanor Allen

September 17, 2015

Eleanor Allen turned a background in civil engineering into a globe-spanning career improving water and sanitation services in developing...

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Susan Davis

Beyond the Band-Aid: Building Sustainability into Emergency Response Efforts

August 17, 2015

Earthquakes. Hurricanes. Tsunamis. Floods. Landslides. These kinds of disasters hit developing countries hardest and the people affected often lose...

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Rob Goodier

Future-proofing Water Systems in Developing Countries

February 26, 2015

Many well-intentioned people are working to make water flow in the homes of more than half of the world’s...

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