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Improving health through Multiple Use water Services (MUS)

Improving health through Multiple Use water Services (MUS)
Eline Boelee (IWMI)
International Symposium on Multiple Use water Services
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
5 November 2008

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  • Improving health through Multiple Use water Services (MUS) Eline Boelee (IWMI) International Symposium on Multiple Use water Services Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 5 November 2008
  • Different approach in MUS
    • Selection of appropriate source
    • Attention to water quantities as well as quality
    • Additional benefits
      • Supporting services
      • Nutrition
      • Time gains
    • Only effective in conjunction with
      • Environmental sanitation
      • Health and hygiene education
  • Positive and negative impacts Improved hygiene Exposure to disease Photo Credit:Ronald Loeve Photo Credit: Henry Madsen
  • Risks Drowning Absence from school Photo Credit: Menno Houtstra Photo Credit: Eline Boelee Photo Credit: Eline Boelee
  • Ensuring adequate quantities
    • Based on actual demand
      • Present & future
      • Drinking water
      • Domestic uses
      • Sanitation
      • Agriculture
        • Formal irrigation
        • Home gardens
        • Livestock
      • Other productive uses
    • Multiple sources for multiple uses
      • Capacity
      • Accessibility
      • Including re-use
    • Storage
  • Storage Photo Credit: Eline Boelee Photo Credit :Eline Boelee Photo Credit: Eline Boelee Photo Credit: Eline Boelee Photo Credit: Eline Boelee
  • Ensuring adequate quality
    • Each use has quality demands
      • Chemical
      • Biological
      • Perception
    • Multiple sources for multiple uses
      • Catchment protection
    • Systemwide: lowest necessary quality
    • Drinking
      • Separate source
      • Deterioration during transport and storage
      • Home water treatment
    Photo Credit: Peter McCornick Photo Credit: Michiko Ebato
  • Multiple sources for multiple uses Photo Credit: Eline Boelee Photo Credit: Eline Boelee
  • Water treatment Photo Credit: Eline Boelee
  • Water treatment Photo Credit: Pauline Scheelbeek Photo Credit: Ephrem Guchi
  • All in one: multipurpose system Photo Credit: Eline Boelee
  • Improving health through multiple use water services Thank you www.iwmi.org www.musproject.net