Sustaining low-cost, urban water supply and sanitation systems in Africa

AfriWatSan is developing the scientific evidence to inform policies and practices sustaining low-cost, on-site water supplies and sanitation systems in urban Africa and to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions to conduct this vital research.

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10/03/2016

AfriWatSan project launched in Dakar

AfriWatSan, a new 5-year research and capacity-strengthening project, which seeks to sustain low-cost, on-site water supplies and sanitation systems in urban Africa, was launched last week in Dakar, Sénégal. The project, funded under Africa Capacity Building Initiative of The Royal Society and UK government’s Department for International Development, is led…

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AFRIWATSAN FOCUSES ON

Developing the scientific evidence to inform policies sustaining on-site water supplies and sanitation systems in urban Africa

Capacity-strengthening based on the the identified skills gaps of individuals and institutions

Developing practices to sustain low-cost, on-site water supplies and sanitation systems in urban Africa