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ONE DROP’s tripod approach as a means to fight poverty by supporting access to water in developing countries

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Our projects are carried out using a tripod approach, which is made up of three complementary components aimed at fighting poverty: (1) to raise the population’s awareness through social  arts and popular education, (2) to improve access to water, responsible management of said resource and sanitation, and (3) to grant microcredits.The water management component involves various measures. First, improving access to water by protecting and/or rebuilding/building structures to be used as a water source, and also through rainwater harvesting . Second, developing family gardens (drip irrigation systems).

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L’approche trépied de ONE DROP comme moyen de lutter contre la pauvreté en favorisant l’accès à l’eau dans les pays en développement

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Nos projets se déploient selon une approche trépied comprenant trois mesures complémentaires de lutte contre la pauvreté :

(1) sensibiliser la population  par le biais des arts,

(2) améliorer l’accès,  la gestion responsable de l’eau ainsi que l’assainissement

(3) allouer des micro-crédits.

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Photovoltaic Pumping Systems in Rural Water Supply – Field Experiences, new Trends, and Applications

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While handpumps are the least cost option to supply small communities, photovoltaic pumping systems would in many instances be the least life-cycle cost option to supply larger rural communities in developing countries.

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