Author Archives: Carmen da Silva Wells

About Carmen da Silva Wells

Working on sanitation and hygiene behavior change, knowledge sharing and storytelling. Learner, lover of life, colour & people who make me laugh.

Webinar on use of TAF for sanitation technologies

Are you interested to learn how to assess potential and sustainability risks of a sanitation technology in a certain context? Find out more about the Technology Applicability Framework in the webinar hosted by SuSanA today, 12 March -16h00 CET (Time converter: … Continue reading

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Using the TAF to evaluate handpumps in different contexts

One of the exciting outputs from the WASHTech project has been the piloting the use of the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) to assess the India Mark II in Burkina Faso, Uganda (U2) and Ghana (Ghana Modified) and the Rope Pump … Continue reading

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Tools for sustainable service delivery

What sort of tools do you need to support more sustainable service delivery? Sustainable Services at Scale, the Triple-S project- has developed a tools survey to inventorise the kinds of tools that could help improve water service delivery. The survey complements … Continue reading

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Webinar: From Technologies to Lasting Services – Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Sustainability

On January 21st, Engineering for Change will host a webinar about the tools developed by the WASHTech consortium. Time: 11:00 a.m. New York, EST (convert to your time) Presenters: André Olschewski, Water, Environmental Management and Spatial Planning Specialist, Skat Foundation; Benedict Tuffuor, … Continue reading

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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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Introducing and scaling up sustainable water and sanitation technologies

On December 11th IRC organised a webinar called ‘Introducing and scaling up sustainable water and sanitation technologies’. It focused on the current status of two tools developed by the WASHTech project, and introduced webinar participants to the new website providing … Continue reading

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