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IsDB Engage Dec 1
"Due to bad economics or poor infrastructure, every year millions of children die from diseases associated with inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene." Ensuring clean water and energy will pave the way for all to be met.
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MyzzPrecious Dec 7
It is a collective responsibility..together we can make it happen👍👍👍
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Doccy B 🐝🌻 UN accredited #ClimateChangeTeacher Dec 7
Use this example of running dry through drought to demonstrate to pupils how affects: 🥬 Food security 💧 Drinking water 📉 Electricity production 🦒 Biodiversity 💰Economy
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Chandy Loos Foundation Dec 2
In March of this year, Chandy Loos celebrated World Water Day with the village of Apedu. Working with villagers and local contractors, we drilled a borehole fixed with a hand pump. We are proud to have brought them clean,safe drinking water!
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Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn, OLY Dec 1
Well pleased, as more customers apply for meters in Golden Hill, Pinto. So many residents have signed up since the commissioning of the refurbished tank. is to have sustainable mgmt of water & sanitation. This govt is committed.
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IWS Water Hygiene 15h
Did you know ' disease got its name from the American Legion? #1976
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Chandy Loos Foundation Dec 3
Checking out the well for ourselves! The community members are pleased, as are we!
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INNOQUA Dec 2
Based on our experiences debating barriers and regulatory standards of decentralised wastewater treatment systems at our workshop at in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Vivid discussion with an audience of more than 60 delegates.
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CityTaps Dec 2
thank you to for organizing this event, and giving us a chance to show off our unique technology and the financial innovations that it enables.
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World Water Council 59m
How can management solutions strongly support the delivery of the 2030 Agenda? Join us today, at 16:30 for the Roundtable on “Building a Future Through Water”
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BetterLife_sanitations 12h
We at *``BetterLife Sanitation Solution``* aspire to bring a change to this awful situation called open defecation that is rapidly destroying us and our environment.
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Maji na Ufanisi Dec 5
With changing climate patterns set to continue, forcing around 1.8 billion across the globe into absolute water scarcity by 2025, how are urban settlements going to cope with the ever-expanding demand?
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Institute For Water Research, RU Dec 3
Dr Jane Tanner of on a panel on Role of Science to Address and for All
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Ogunsua Ayotomiwa Yinka Nov 30
Green Initiative Nigeria team dishing out nexus between clean water & sanitation (), zero hunger () and clean & affordable energy () at ReesAfrica's documentary of Atupa. Thanks to ReesAfrica for the invite. 🤝🏽💯
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BASEflow Dec 5
How can we have supply? Get it right the first time by following standards.
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Noah J. Sabich Dec 2
"A new movie, “Dark Waters,” shines a bright light on a group of dangerous chemicals that are likely in your bloodstream right now."
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SAFEWATER Dec 2
Safewater researchers are observing the functionality of Safewater Prototype in a rural community of Colombia.
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Public Universal Friend Dec 6
, make the toilets flush good with the rain. But bad in the desert 🧐
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Noah J. Sabich Dec 6
Why Thousands of Californians Don’t Have Clean Drinking Water
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البرنامج السعودي لتنمية وإعمار اليمن Dec 8
in were overjoyed after team pumped water💧from one of the wells.
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