Updates from Africa

7 June 2019

At Wailes/Likwati Primary Schools in Dar es Salaam, a new system for treating and reusing wastewater

“DEWATS for Dar” – On 17 March 2019, BORDA Tanzania together with Temeke Municipal Council, Dar es Saalam Regional Commissioner’s Office, Ifakara Health Institute and Dar es Salaam Water and Sanitation Authority inaugurated a new FSTP
23 January 2019

BORDA hosted a “Bonanza” and sanitation exhibition at Mburahati Faecal Sludge Treatment Plant (FSTP) in Dar es Salaam

Part of the UKAID/HDIF project “DEWATS for Dar”, the event inaugurated the new FSTP and launched the marketing campaign “CHOO RAFIKI” (“Toilet Friend”) with the slogan “NYONYA KISTAARABU” (“Empty [your pit] in a smart way”)
23 January 2019

BORDA Zambia participates in the Zambia Sanitation Summit

BORDA Zambia participated in and helped organise and promote the first-ever Zambia Sanitation Summit (19-21 Nov 2018) hosted by the Ministry of Water Development, Sanitation and Environmental Protection with support from key WASH sector players
22 January 2019

BORDA South Africa hosts innovative non-sewered sanitation breakfast seminar

On 13 November 2018, BORDA South Africa in partnership with Water Institute of Southern Africa-KwaZulu Natal Branch, WISA Anaerobic Sludge Processes Division and the Pollution Research Group, hosted an innovative breakfast seminar on non-sewered sanitation
22 January 2019

BORDA South Africa takes part in ministerial interactive session at Water and Sanitation Innovation and Technology Solutions Exhibition

The 10 Nov 2018 exhibition & conference, themed “Innovations today for tomorrow’s water and sanitation solutions”, saw 50+ emerging & established innovators showcasing & engaging with sector leaders on innovative solutions to water & sanitation challenges in South Africa
21 December 2018

BORDA Zambia conducts a School Sanitation and Hygiene Education Workshop for the Pestalozzi School in Lusaka

The premise of the 30 Nov – 1 Dec workshop for pupils and teachers: children who learn about safe water, sanitation and hygiene habits at school can reinforce positive life-long behaviour in their homes and communities

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