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SSWM Toolbox



The Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management Toolbox is an open-source capacity development tool for the local level, linking water management, sanitation and agriculture.
Focussing on the human influence on the water and nutrient cycle, it presents solutions for a sustainable use, treatment and reuse of water resources.
The Toolbox aims at capacitating people not only with knowledge, but also with application skills. It provides both help in project planning and implementation, focuses on technologies (hardware) and behavioural change approaches (software), and compiles the relevant further readings, links, exercises etc. for each topic. In that way, it is not a reinvention of the wheel, but the long needed overview on the host of approaches and technologies in the water and sanitation sector. The Toolbox contains also a large library, a glossary, a Train-the-Trainer's section topped by downloadable and adjustable PowerPoint presentations on specific topics. It is open source and for free – but quality approved. Today, the Toolbox is used as online resource for both, learning and teaching. This concept is coupled with training courses and workshops based on a worldwide network.

Ensuring Sustained Beneficial Outcomes for Water and Sanitation Programmes in the Developing World


Brian Mathew, IRC (2005)

A thesis that gives approaches to achieve sustained beneficial outcomes from WATSAN (WAter and SAnitation projects in development countries). Secondly it gives insight in the up-scaling of these approaches, (source)
Serie:
Occasional Paper Series 40 (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch
Sanitatie

Farmers' initiatives in land husbandry; Promising technologies for the drier areas of East Africa


Kithinji Mutunga, Will Critchley, Sida's Regional Land Management Unit (2001)

Farmers’ Initiatives in Land Husbandry’ lays out case studies of 18 of the most interesting technical systems uncovered during three years of working with farmer innovators in East Africa. (source)
Serie:
RELMA Technical Handbook Series No. 27 (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Irrigatie & landbouw
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Small Community Water Supplies: Integrated water resource management (chapter 5)


Jo Smet, Christine van Wijk, IRC (2002)

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Serie:
Small Community Water Supplies: Technology, people and partnership (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Small Community Water Supplies: Introduction (chapter 1)


Jo Smet, Christine van Wijk, IRC (2002)

This book provides a general introduction to a wide range of technologies. Among the topics covered are: planning and management of small water supplies, community water supplies in Central and Eastern European countries, water quality and quantity, integrated water resources management, artificial recharge, rainwater harvesting, spring water tapping, groundwater withdrawal, water lifting, surface water intake, water treatment, aeration, coagulation and flocculation, sedimentation, multi-stage filtration, desalination technology, disinfection, household level water treatment, technologies for arsenic and iron removal from ground water, and emergency and disaster water supply. Target audience: Engineers and other staff involved in water supply programmes and projects, and students (source)
Serie:
Small Community Water Supplies: Technology, people and partnership (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Technologie en methoden
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Small Community Water Supplies: Planning and Management (chapter 2)


Jo Smet, Christine van Wijk, IRC (2002)

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Serie:
Small Community Water Supplies: Technology, people and partnership (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Small Community Water Supplies: Small community water services (chapter 3)


Jo Smet, Christine van Wijk, IRC (2002)

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Serie:
Small Community Water Supplies: Technology, people and partnership (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Small Community Water Supplies: Water supply in disasters and emergencies (chapter 24)


Jo Smet, Christine van Wijk, IRC (2002)

This chapter focuses on the provision of drinking water supplies in emergency situations. It suggests both immediate and longer-term inputs that can be implemented by external agencies or by communities themselves. (source)
Serie:
Small Community Water Supplies: Technology, people and partnership (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Technologie en methoden
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Smart Finance Solutions


NWP, NWP (2009)

This booklet on Smart Finance Solutions, like its equivalents on water and sanitation, gives examples of how different financial mechanisms are being used to finance water, sanitation projects and small local businesses that contribute to reaching MDG-7. The first chapter of this booklet describes different financing mechanisms being applied at household / community (micro-) and at intermediate institutional (meso-) level. It gives examples of how these mechanisms are being used to finance water and sanitation projects or small/ medium enterprises. It also provides the reader with some useful links for further reading. The second part of the booklet describes which business models can be used to obtain different financial mechanisms and gives an overview of how to write a successful business plan or project proposal. This booklet also includes a list of organisations that finance water and sanitation projects/ businesses. The booklet is designed as a source of inspiration, rather than a manual. It will however provide links to further, more in-depth information. (source)

Traditions and innovations in land husbandry; Building on local knowledge in Kabale, Uganda


Will Critchley, Dan Miiro, Jim Ellis-Jones, Stephen Briggs, Joy Tumuhairwe, Sida's Regional Land Management Unit (1999)

A book which describes an approach for improving the conservation of land for production. The book relates the experience of a project in South-West Uganda to build on local practices of soil and water conservation. (source)
Serie:
RELMA Technical Handbook Series No. 20 (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Irrigatie & landbouw
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

ULAMP extension approach, A guide for field extension agents


Anthony Nyakuni, Sida's Regional Land Management Unit (2001)

This is an extension manual for the Ugandan Land Management Programme and the Swedish Regional Land Management Unit (RELMA). It gives simple guidelines for extension personnel in how to implement participatory, bottom-up approaches in agricultural extension and rural development. (source)
Serie:
RELMA Technical Handbook Series No. 25 (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Water for Rural Communities


Erik Nissen-Petersen, Birgit Madsen, Munguti Katui-Katua, DANIDA (2006)

How Kenyan rural communities can create their own water supplies with assistance from the Water Services Trust Fund (source)

Water supply by Rural Builders


Erik Nissen-Petersen, DANIDA (2006)

This handbook, Water Supply by Rural Builders, is the 8th in a series of handbooks that gives guidelines on how to carry out simple, yet adequate, surveys, designs and construction of basic water projects. (source)
Serie:
Water for Arid Lands Book 8 (alle items in deze serie)

Categorieën:
Socio-economisch en organisatorisch

Water Surveys and Designs


Erik Nissen-Petersen, DANIDA (2006)

Explains survey techniques and gives standard designs with average costs on water supply structures (source)