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Biogas is a mixture of methane, carbon dioxide, water and hydrogen sulphide produced during the anaerobic decomposition of organic matter. Biogas can…
Last updated 01 February 2018
A biogas reactor or anaerobic digester is an anaerobic treatment technology that produces (a) a digested slurry (digestate) that can be used as a…
Last updated 24 February 2018
The biosand filter (BSF) is a simple household water treatment device, which is an innovation on traditional slow sand filters specifically designed…
Last updated 22 February 2018
The Blue/Red Ocean Strategy is a way of assessing your business against your competitors in order to identify your competitive advantage. It is based…
Last updated 07 February 2018
Boiling drinking water with fuel is the oldest and most commonly practiced household water treatment method. According to WHO, water needs to be…
Last updated 22 February 2018
Sales and consumption of bottled water have skyrocketed in recent years. The global consumption of bottled water reached 230 billion litres in 2010…
Last updated 07 February 2018
“Brainstorming is a popular tool that helps you generate creative solutions to a problem. It is particularly useful when you want to break out of…
Last updated 07 February 2018
If you or your organisation is preparing a proposal to apply for funds to carry out a project, there are a number of sections you will have to…
Last updated 19 January 2018
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
Last updated 07 February 2018
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The term “institutional framework” refers to a set of formal organisational structures, rules and informal norms for service provision. Such a…
The clear allocation of functions for the implementation of sustainable sanitation and water management is crucial for its outcomes. Overlapping…
Last updated 07 February 2018
The clear allocation of functions for the implementation of sustainable sanitation and water management is crucial for its outcomes. Overlapping…
The clear allocation of functions for the implementation of sustainable sanitation and water management is crucial for its outcomes. Overlapping…
The clear allocation of functions for the implementation of sustainable sanitation and water management is crucial for its outcomes. Overlapping…
The clear allocation of functions for the implementation of sustainable sanitation and water management is crucial for its outcomes. Overlapping…
The clear allocation of functions for the implementation of sustainable sanitation and water management is crucial for its outcomes. Overlapping…
Bunds are among the most common techniques used in agriculture to collect surface run-off, increase water infiltration and prevent soil erosion.…
Last updated 22 February 2018
Last updated 07 February 2018
A business model describes how an organisation creates, delivers, and captures value. Framing a business model within the business model canvas,…
Last updated 07 February 2018
A business plan is an essential roadmap for business success. It describes the direction the company is taking, what its goals are, where it wants to…
Last updated 07 February 2018
Systematically planned and participatory hygiene promotion campaigns can reduce water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)-related diseases in camps. Hence…
Last updated 01 February 2018