Monthly Archives: July 2017

A Meeting with the Village Chief

Posted on: July 26, 2017
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By Henderson Kadammanja It’s July and the signs of winter can’t go unnoticed. It is late in the afternoon and the sun can be seen receding through the patches of clouds giving its last solace of warmth for the day as the evening cold winter breeze is slowly creeping in. I’m with Joseph Kaputa, a […]

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Water Poverty Won’t Be Solved Until BROKEN PUMPS ARE WORKING AND NGOS STOP INSTALLING PUMPS THEY KNOW WILL BREAK

Posted on: July 27, 2017

Every 2 years a mass of water engineers and NGOs types get together to discuss the latest technologies or approaches aimed addressing water poverty, at The Loughborough University WEDC (Water Engineering and Development Centre). Pump Aid, an NGO working in Malawi, has presented a paper to the WEDC conference which aims to spark a debate […]

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