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    Membrane-based Sanitation Technologies An Innovation Worth Getting Excited About

    July 28, 2020

    Water For People India and its partners are developing the prototype for a pit life extender (using membranes) and a compact mobile treatment unit. A Pit Life extender is a compact treatment unit, meant for treatment of liquid effluent (urine and watery fecal matter) of pit latrines, household septic tanks and leach pits on daily…

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    Kampala: Rebuilding Public Sector Legitimacy with a New Approach to Sanitation Services

    October 1, 2019

    A World Resources Institute Case Study featuring the Water For People Uganda team’s sanitation work in Kampala, including the Gulper technology.

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    Sanitation Initiatives with Kampala Capital City Authority

    October 9, 2018

    A summary of sanitation initiatives the Water For People Uganda team is implementing together with the Kampala Capital City Authority, including a city-wide strategic plan, toilet improvement technologies and financing, pit emptying, briquettes and compost.

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    Piloting Transfer Tanks in Kampala

    May 30, 2018

    A technical note from Water For People’s Uganda team on piloting mobile fecal sludge transfer tanks in five divisions of Kampala, including design, fabrication, and pilot phases.

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    Piloting Mobile Fecal Sludge Transfer Tanks in Kampala

    February 20, 2018

    A 2018 WEDC paper featuring the Water For People Uganda team’s work piloting mobile fecal sludge transfer tanks in five divisions of Kampala, including design, fabrication, and pilot phases.

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    Innovation Fueling Sustainable Sanitation

    July 12, 2017

    A blog on the Water For People Uganda team’s SaniHub work, including market-driven technologies for pit emptying.

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