Solution Stories

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Burkinabe Household Invests in Upgrading Traditional Well

Upgrading traditional wells provides more water for productive uses.

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Household Self-investment Sustainably Meets Real Water Needs

Convenience, safety, and income generation opportunities make upgrading wells worthwhile in rural Burkina Faso.

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MUS Meets Local Needs of Clients and Creates Jobs for Local Private Enterprises 

Low-cost technologies make improved wells affordable for rural families and drives business for local entrepreneurs.

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Water Brings Health and Wealth to Nepal

A combination of more water and technical training allow rural Nepali families to substantially increase their income.

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A Kabori Story – A Family Upgrades Their Multiple-Use Water Services

A Nigerien family struggles with limited water access until a combination of technologies helps them meet all of their water needs.

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Cluster Repairmen Attend In-depth Rope Pump Repair Course

Technical training ensures sustainability of community water points.

 

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Handwashing Stations: Convenient and Healthy

Is an investment of 71 cents just as important as $2,000 dollars? This family thinks so.

 

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Lavina Venance – Small-scale organic vegetable producer

Levina doubted that a simple kitchen garden could transform her life, but it has.

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Juma Mape – Manual Well Driller

With training and support, a local well driller becomes a financially successful entrepreneur.

 

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Peter Mbuya – Improved Poultry Production

More water and technical training means more chickens; And more chickens means a better house, school, and maybe even a car.

 Pauline Kangoro – Moringa Producer

In 2013, USAID WA-WASH identified Pauline Kangoro as a leader in her community for the production of moringa and sent her for training at the ICRISAT center in Niger along with a group of nine other gardeners. One year later, Pauline was invited to the Ghana Permaculture Institute to learn how to process moringa for cosmetic uses.

On Multiple-Use Water Services

Introduction to MUS: Keep the Water Flowing

Assessing and Planning Water Services with SolutionMUS

Managing Integrated Water Services with SolutionMUS

Promoting Local Supply Chains with SolutionMUS

Improving People’s Livelihoods with SolutionMUS: Small Livestock

Improving People’s Livelihoods with SolutionMUS: Livestock and Gardening

A Kabori Story: Multiple-Use Water Services in Action