• 08 Apr, 2014
    AMREF through Scale up of Sustainable Water Access (SUSWA) project is exploring alternative cost effective and sustainable means of provision of water to the community in Kajiado. Sand dams apart from acting as water buffer also has the potential of increasing recharge of shallow wells. The project has adopted Recharge, Retain and Retain (3R) technologies in water provision to increase water access coverage. Based on feasibility studies carried out in most parts of Kajiado, Sand dams are suitable for due to the presence of ephemeral rivers with rock beds along some specific points. There is also presence of traditional scoop holes along most dry river beds in Kajiado. A sand dam is a reinforced stone masonry wall built across a seasonal riverbed and is one of the world’s lowest-cost ...

  • 24 Maart, 2014
    Opbrengst gaat naar een waterput in Benin, middels Stichting Le Pont (www.lepont.nl)

  • 24 Maart, 2014
    Vrijdag 21 maart liepen de Vrienden van Proven de trim estafette vanuit Oasen Drinkwater in Gouda naar het kantoor van "wandelen voor water" in Den Haag. Door wind en regen maar gelukkig ook een ...

  • 19 Maart, 2014
    Babette en Elizabeth vertellen waarom zij meedoen aan wandelen voor water. Woensdag 19 maart 2014, Utrecht. Filmpje door Lissy van Noort, Akvo Foundation