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Sharing Solutions: water

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Consciousness of people - way to get in balance with the world we live in (VOF Month 1)

While G-8 Nations fail to agree on plan to fight Climate Change, a young Moldavian woman activist Valeria Shvart takes small but certain steps towards solving this matter. … Read More»

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Women and Water for Global development Award


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HELP Global Water Purification

According to an assessment commissioned by the United Nations, 4,000 children die each day as a result of diseases caused by ingestion of filthy water. … Read More»

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Local Communities Essential in Water Conservation

Local is Essential By Miriam Mannak CAPE TOWN, Dec 7 (IPS) - Local communities in Southern Africa should be given a greater … Read More»

Lennart's picture - the open source for water and sanitation

The website is intended to become the Wikipedia and Ebay of the water world: a central place on the internet for water-related knowledge and funding. … Read More»

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Green Water Credits (GWC)--Working Model

"Green Water Credits (GWC) is a mechanism for transfer of cash to rural people in return for water management activities that determine the supply of all fresh water at source - these activities are p … Read More»

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Women and WaterAid Issue Sheet (PDF file, 4 pages)

This issue sheet offers a broad overview of how women's work, health and well-being is impacted by water issues, primarily in Africa and Asia. It concludes with a summary of women taking the issue into their own hands. "In Africa and Asia women are generally responsible for collecting water for their families. On average, in rural Africa, women spend 26% of their time collecting water, which often means having to walk five miles or more to the nearest water source. … Read More»

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Teaching Tools from WaterAid

Introduce a topical and international perspective to students' literacy work while giving them the opportunity to learn about the lives of the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean water. WaterAid provides FREE teaching manuals for this purpose. Download teaching packets and much more at their "Learn Zone." … Read More»

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Nobel Women's Initiative

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