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Household Water Supply Technologies for Increasing Access to Domestic Water Supplies

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EMAS household water technologies have been developed in Bolivia, South America over the past three decades, and consist primarily of manual water pumps made from materials commonly available in developing countries, hybrid percussion-jetting manual drilling techniques, and rainwater harvesting systems that often use underground storage tanks. 

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NSP Solar Pump

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The “NSP Solar Pump” is the latest Solar Well Pumping Station on the market. It is maintenance-free, saltwater-resistant and enables you to pump water out of water wells easily, for free, efficiently and up to a depth of more than 100 metres.

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The methodological guidebook for human-powered pumps in Sub-Saharan Africa

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The guidebook aims to capitalize the 20-years lessons learnt of rural hydraulics programmes. It valorises good practices and underlines notified mistakes in the implementation of a human-powered pump programmes.   The guidebook focuses on the main characteristics of human-powered pumps and of the principal factors determining the durability of improved water points.

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