WARREC partners with WSUP and WEDC to train staff on Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)

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A one week short course training in Water and Sanitation for the urban poor kicked off on Monday 9th November, 2015 at Eserian Hotel, Naivasha. Organized by the Water and Research Center WARREC in collaboration with Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) and Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC) of UK , the training aims at equipping water practitioners with more skills to handle water and sanitation issues hence improve on service delivery. In her opening speech, the Director Water Research and Resource Center (WARREC) Prof. Bancy Mati stated categorically that JKUAT is… Continue reading →

Practitioner Short Course on WASH in Urban Low-Income Communities

Practitioner Short Course on WASH in Urban Low-Income Communities

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) through its Water Research and Resource Center (WARREC) in collaboration with Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) under its current programme 2012−2015 supported by the UK government (Department for International Development, DFID) is planning to  implement  a professional training on water and sanitation services (WASH) for low-income communities. The training will be conducted on 9th -13th November, 2015 at Eseriani Hotel, Naivasha, Kenya. For more information see Advert and you can also download the application form, fill and submit to WARREC

How to do water harvesting using underground tanks

How to do water harvesting using underground tanks

Ground catchment is a broad term that describes all types of ground surfaces that serve as source of surface runoff used in water harvesting. These can range from open land surfaces whether paved or unpaved, including rocky areas, roads, home compounds, pasture lands, forests and other open areas. The sizes could vary from a few square metres for micro ground catchments to extensive land areas and whole watersheds used for large storages such as dams. Most ground surfaces are covered by soil, thus, water harvesting is hampered by losses due to infiltration, soil moisture storage,… Continue reading →