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WATSAN WEEK

On 28/3/2017, MARD issued document no.  2588/BNN-TCTL on the organization of WATSAN WEEK 2017 to be sent to line ministries, mass organizations and cities. The purpose of launcing the WATSAN WEEK is to raise responsibilities of authorities in ensuring water supply and sanitation for people, mobilising communities to participate in construction, use and maintainance of WASH facilities and behavior change of the people in using clean water and sanitation.

 

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When looking at how to keep drinking water safe and clean, a water tank seems an obvious solution. Useful for potable water storage for drinking, washing and sanitation purposes, a water tank can protect this vital resource. Nevertheless, in a rural setting, the delivery of large water tanks can be an insurmountable logistical and financial challenge. GreenCo Water saw this challenge, and provided a creative solution: the PakFlat Tank. 

The Pak Flat tank is a 1000 Litre water tank that comes in a box, assembles in minutes, and weights only 23kg when assembled. Compared to a standard roto-mould tank, which is pre-built, bulky, and therefore logistically challenging to move, this unique tank solution can be distributed to remote destinations anywhere in the world. From Vanuatu to Sudan, this product has successfully delivered a water storage solution in humanitarian and early water recovery needs, as well as long term storage for households, community facilities, medical centres and schools.

A recent example of its successful distribution is the Itokama project. Access to the Itokama region in Papua New Guinea is difficult, with goods needing to be flown in due to the lack of other transport infrastructure, making other water tank storage impossible. Now, the Itokama region has PakFlat tanks installed in 3 different villages, now provide safe water storage for communities containing 4,000 people.

Please contact below for further information:

Dr Leo Maglen is our International Development Director, His phone number is Office: +61 3 9939 5585

Mobile: +61 439 369 068

Office address is; 1/21 Wellington Street, St Kilda Melbourne VIC 3182, Australia

 

 

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On 22 March 2017 in Ninh Thuan, the Information sharing workshop on the emergency support program - WASH component between UNICEF and GOV 2016-2017 was organized UNICEF, MARD. Participated in the workshop were representatives from Ninh Thuan provincial and MARD related agencies (NCERWASS, ICD, WRD), MPI and UNICEF.

 

On 15 March 2016, GoV called for international donors priority support to ensure clean water supply and sanitation and nutrition in affected areas by drough and strengthening potencial epidemics. On 26/4/2016, the GoV and UN called for international support of 48.5 million usd for the emergency support to deal with issues related to drough caused by Elnino effecting mỏe than 2 million people in Central and Southern areas of Vietnam.

UNICEF led the development of the proposal for emergency support relating to WASH and nutrition, as well as collaborated with C4D and in the framework of

emergency support plan by GoV and MARD since June 2016. Since then 4 million USD has bên mobilised for humanitarian activities for about 360.000 people of highest risk vulnerablilty incl. 100.000 children, 140.000 women in 10 provinces in Central highland, Central South and Mekong delta.  

 

 

 

 

WWD 22-3

Along witht many countries in the world, on 22/3/2017 in Bắc Ninh city, Ministry of Natural resources and environment organised the ceremony of the WOLRD WATER DAY 2017.

With the topic "WASTE WATER" in this year WWD, the UN towards the strengthning of waste water treatment and reuse.

According to ADB, Việt Nam is one of the countries lacking of water. Domestic water resource in Vietnam lower than the average level of the world of about 3.600 m3/ head/yr, lower than the average level of the world of
4.000 m3/head/yr.

MONRE report said that the economic growuth and population pressure and increasingly life quality during last decades lead to the polution, regradation and running out of water. So far most of the rivers in Việt Nam have signals of pollution at diferent level. Many areas are seriously lacking of drinking water.

 

According to statistics of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, every year there are about 9,000 people died and more than 200,000 cases were detected cancer, one of the causes is the use of polluted water. To address this issue, the Party and GoV have a number of undertakings and measures to enhance the capacity to manage, exploit and use water resources sustainably. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment also deploys many groups of solutions such as propaganda and raising awareness of the community in sustainable use of water resources.

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