Home | About us | Sitemap | Web Links | Contact us

News

On 5 May 2017 in Hanoi, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in collaboration with DFAT Australia organized the Workshop to orient rural water supply sector for 2016-2020.

Hoi thao_19-4-17_dinh_huong_NSVS_2016-2020

 

 

The upcoming supervision mission for both PforRs: Results-Based Rural Water Supply and SanitationProgram and Results-Based Scaling Up Rural Sanitation and Water Supply Program is planned for May 8 -19, 2016.

The mission agenda will focus on:

Discussion on the status of the verification of the results for both PforRs

Follow up on actions agreed during the RRD technical mission (February 2017)

Follow up on the status of the PAP

Monitoring and Evaluation system discussion and steps forward

Update on the analysis on the sustainability of the water supply DLIs and discussion

Update on the O&M guidelines and discussion

Workshop with the RRD provinces

·     Verification

·     Budget allocation

·     Progress on the activities for 2017

Workshop with SupS provinces in one of the regions

·     Ethnic minorities guidelines

·     O&M guidelines

·     Budget allocation per province, status of procurement, implementation of the financial rules, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Tap huan_1

NGO WASH working group in collaboration with CAWST, RWSSP are going to organize the training course (Delivery Effective WASH Training) at the begining of May in Hanoi.  

  • Training title:    Delivery Effective WASH Training 
  • Timetable:         08-12 May, 2017
  • Location:          NCERWASS, 73 Nguyen Hong, Dong Da, Hanoi 
  • Language:         English (the course will be mainly taught in English and Vietnamese translation will be provided as requested)
  • Trainer: Ms. Lena Bunzenmeyer,  International Advisor from CAWST
  • Training fee: sharing cost among participant
 

 

The WATSAN WEEK 2017 LAUNCHING ceremony will be held on 25/4/2017 in a susburb of Hanoi by Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

 

Tuan le_NSVSMT_2017

 

 

Photo: Launch of National Week of Water and Sanitation Week 2017 Launch

On the morning of April 25, in the Dong Phuong Yen commune, Chuong My district, Hanoi, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in collaboration with UNICEF and the Hanoi People's Committee held a launching of National Water and Sanitation Week 2017.


The ceremony was attended by Do Van Thanh, Director of the Department of Water Resources and Rural Water Management - Directorate of Water Resources, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; Mr. Nguyen Xuan Dai, Deputy Director of Hanoi Department of Agriculture and Rural Development; Mr. Jesper Moller, UNICEF Representative in Viet Nam, Ms. Mizuho Okimoto Keawtathip, UNICEF Emergency Department Head and representatives of ministries and sectors; National Center for Clean Water and Rural Environmental Sanitation, localities and numerous people, students in Dong Phuong Yen commune, Chuong My district, Hanoi.


On behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Do Van Thanh announced the launch of the National Week of Water and Sanitation in 2017 entitled "Clean Water and Environmental Sanitation for Development And at the same time call on all levels, sectors, organizations, individuals and localities to turn the spirit of the National Week of Clean Water and Environmental Sanitation into practical and effective activities. It is to promote the implementation of the National Strategy for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation approved by the Government and bring about a better life for the people, contributing to the successful implementation of the National Strategy on Rural Water Supply and Sanitation. 


Jesper Moller, Deputy UNICEF Representative in Viet Nam, said that the dry season began in many parts of Vietnam and predicted the possibility of El Niño phenomenon, UNICEF urged the community and schools to actively store water, so children can have access to adequate clean water and keep their personal hygiene. In addition, clean toilets are an important factor in ensuring a healthy living environment for all children in the community.
After the launching ceremony, pupils, youth and people organized hygienic schools, village alleys and organized propaganda campaigns using clean water, environmental hygiene in rural areas throughout the district.


By NCERWASS, Information, Communication Unit

 

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.

 

Greenco water_-_Flat_tank_collecting_rain_water 

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

 

 

Page 3 of 75
gioi thieu web download co the down phan mem download ban hay xem bang sop thi down download sopcast xem bong da sopcast, download ultrasurf phan mem vao facebook ultrasurf, download hotspot shield vao facebook shield voi hotspot ban co the vao