Category Archives: Cranfield University

Stories of impact of the WASHTech project in Burkina Faso

As part of the WASHTech project’s impact monitoring, each country  team used the Most Significant Change method and collected stories from sector stakeholders. These served to document and understand the degree of use of TAF / TIP and the importance of … Continue reading

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Histoires des impacts du projet WASHTech

Selon les principes du Workpackage 7 du projet WASTech, chaque pays devrait suivre l’évolution du degré d’utilisation du TAF/TIF et  l’importance de l’outil pour les acteurs du secteur de son pays. L’année 2013 marquant la fin du projet, l’équipe du … Continue reading

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Learn about the Technology Applicability Framework at Stockholm World Water Week

On Wednesday, September 4th, Dr Alison Parker from Cranfield University will represent WASHTech at the ‘Ideas Market place’ at World Water Week 2013 in  Stockholm, Sweden. At 1.40 PM, she will give a short talk about the Technology Applicability Framework and how WASHTech … Continue reading

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Collecting Most Significant Change Stories for the WASHTech project

As we pass the half-way point of the WASHTech project, we are starting to see the impact we are making in Ghana, Uganda and Burkina Faso.   But we hope that the WASHTech project will reach much wider.   To assess our … Continue reading

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Technology selection in Uganda, Ghana and Burkina Faso reviewed

A new WASHTech report examines the current situation for the approval of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) technologies in Uganda, Ghana and Burkina Faso, including the Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice (KAP) of various sector stakeholders. It also assesses the need … Continue reading

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WASHTech according to…. [video]

Learn more about WASHTech from this video introducing the WASHTech partners

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Africa wide WASH technology review published

WASHTech has published a literature review focusing on 14 technologies used in Africa in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector. For each technology there is a description of the range of literature available on it, a concise description of the … Continue reading

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