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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14/12/2020

Information Note on AfriWatSan UCAD Co-PI, Pr. Cheikh Becaye Gaye,’s recent activities in Nigeria

From 06 to 10 December 2020, further to his reappointment by the Honourable Minister of Water Resources of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as Member representing Senegal in the 2nd Regional Centre for Integrated River Basin Management (RC-IRBM) Governing for a renewed and final term of three (3) years, Professor…

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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