Category Archives: WaterAid Uganda

Assessing the Urine Dry Diversion toilet

“The Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) is a very good tool, when applied it will enable us to answer lots of questions and avoid duplication of technologies to better understand the context before introducing any technology” Buguma Patrick Team leader Technical support … 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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WASHTech: Promises for visibility in the WASH sector in Uganda

Within six months of the introducing the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) concepts, evidence suggests that the TAF is being recognized in the WASH sector in Uganda as acknowledged in the Sector Performance Report (SPR) 2011.

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WASHTech consortium meeting – taking stock, questioning and going ahead

What has happened in WASHTech in the past six to nine months? Where are the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) and Guidance for Technology Introduction (GTI) at? How far and solid is the embedding process in Burkina Faso, Ghana and Uganda? Is … Continue reading

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