In January, WSSCC will begin elections to fill three open seats on WSSCC’s government body, its member-elected Steering Committee.
Bio-sand filters are low-cost technology which can make potable water for households.
Ferro-cement is a cost-effective construction material which helps to build biodiesters for the treatment of organic wastes.
Water sources are abundant in many upland communities in rural areas,
particularly in the Bukidnon Province., home of the watersheds and famous for
the scenic and historic Mount Kitanglad.
Links to this week's WASH-related articles from around the world:
A short paper on the seven local WASH Task Forces, which are located within municipal local governments in the country.
Presentation on advocacy for well maintained toilets in the Philippines.
Case studies on personal and home hygiene in flood prone communities from two regions of the Philippines (Bicol and Eastern Visayas).
Integrated Pro-Poor Water and Waste Water Management in Small Towns, a
UNESCAP (United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the
Pacific) two years project, was completed in 2009 and
Art for a good cause: 10 Filipino artists sell their paintings to help rural poor areas gain access to water supply and sanitation.