A global knowledge network for rural water supply. An Introduction to RWSN and Self Supply. Sally Sutton, Consultant for UNICEF and RWSN. Partners UNICEF, WSP/World Bank, WaterAid, SKAT Switzerland . Ex-HTN. What are we looking for in Africa?. RWSN Funded studies. Self Supply
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Consultant for UNICEF and RWSN
Low cost drilling.
5th RWSN Forum 2006 – Ghana
Scaling up Local Entrepreneurship in Rural Water Supply to meet the MDGs
Date : 27th - 30th November 2006
Venue: Royal Palm Hotel, Accra, Ghana
EXISTING RWS STRATEGY
SUPPLY CHAINSSustainable hand- pumps
Cost -effective boreholes
MDG shortfall of 30-60%, low long-term sustainability esp. for small communities
Sustainability even for smaller/ scattered communities
Mali 48% domestic wells used for productive purposes, 85% of these are privately owned.
RAINWATER HARVESTING AND WATER TREATMENT these are privately owned
Water quality-gross contamination? these are privately owned
Rare cases or potential? these are privately owned
So how could we link up better?