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JalKalp to mitigate the risk of life threatening cancer

 

S M Sehgal Foundation conducted one day training on JalKalp Biosand Filter (a stainless steel innovated model) for Water Aid team and community leaders in Buxar. 42 Water Aid team and community leaders participated in the training.

Many community leaders shared their views about Arsenic prevalence in the area and shared their experience on JalKalp safe drinking water. 

The training aimed towards sustained correct, continuous and consistence use of JalKalp through building the capacity of users and local people about the technology and its operation and maintenance

 

Water Quality Network in India

If you're involved in water quality work in India (or just interested in the topic), check out this network that focuses on the challenges of safe drinking water in rural India. The goal is to ensure good quality and sustainable water to everyone!
https://waterquality.network/

Hello @Hichul Chung10 

What is your objective? 

  • Identify an appropriate drinking water source?
  • Assess the effectiveness of a household water treatment technology?¬†
  • Monitor compliance with standard and regulations?¬†
  • Increase user awareness on water quality issues?
  • Check if a borehole has been properly disinfected?

Based on your objective, there are different options to consider: Presence-Absence - (H2S, other culture media), Most Probable Number, Membrane filtration. 

Let me know your objectives, and we can recommend the appropriate options. 

 

Humanitarian Water Engineering Online Intensive Course - Applications Open!

Humanitarian Water Engineering. 7 September - 2 December 2022 online intensive. Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research, Lassonde School of Engineering, CIFAL York, UNITAR, York University
Humanitarian Water Engineering. 7 September - 2 December 2022 online intensive. Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research, Lassonde School of Engineering, CIFAL York, UNITAR, York University

We are excited to announce our second offering of the Humanitarian Water Engineering Intensive Online Course starting this September!

The Humanitarian Water Engineering Intensive Course offers participants an opportunity to gain essential knowledge and skills on safe water supply in humanitarian emergencies. The course covers the theoretical fundamentals of, and practical considerations for, the design and operation of water supply systems in humanitarian response. 
 
Over the course of twelve weeks this Autumn, participants will engage in a rich, multifaceted online learning experience consisting of lectures from experienced practitioners and engineering faculty, problem-based learning activities guided by talented facilitators,‚ÄĮand¬†curated readings.¬†¬†
 
Members of our inaugural 2021 cohort have gone on to start or advance in their careers as Water & Sanitation Specialists‚ÄĮin the humanitarian sector.‚ÄĮ

The course will run from 7th September to 2nd December and applications can be made online until 31st August. To learn more about the course and what our past participants have to say, please visit our website hwe.dighr.org/