In reference to this story on the ongoing Tana River delta issue in Kenya (shared by Afromusing on FB earlier today), let me pls also forward you to this website & this excellent series of video clips on this pressing … Read more →
Today is Twestival day and I am also attending the local gathering of Twitter users — which also happens to take place in my favourite pub here in Frankfurt (aptly named “the place to be”). Twestival is a world-wide, almost … Read more →
source: Understanding Small Scale Providers of Sanitation Services: A Case Study of Kibera, WSP, Nairobi, Kenya. Found this in a very nice & detailed & straight forward + honest field note on SSPSS in Kibera, published by the WSP.
I’ll be in Stockholm over the weekend to attend the 3rd meeting of the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (@ Stockholm Environment Institute, SEI). Plans actually included to attend the upcoming World Water Week in Stockholm and, more importantly, having a few … Read more →
Almost all supermarkets in Kenya sell bottled water, and many also sell special water filters with about 1–3 filter candles inside. These filters are available in different sizes, often made out of stainless steel and will cost about Ksh. 1800/= … Read more →