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‘WaterAid’, Presentation by Alice Dibblin, University of Southampton and volunteer coordinator for the University of Southampton WaterAid group. Multidisciplinary Research Week 2013. #MDRWeek.

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Multidisciplinary Research Week 2013 at the University of Southampton. #MDRWeek. World Water Day and International Year of Water Cooperation 2013. …

Multidisciplinary Research Week 2013 at the University of Southampton. #MDRWeek. World Water Day and International Year of Water Cooperation 2013.
WaterAid’, Presentation by Alice Dibblin, University of Southampton and volunteer coordinator for the University of Southampton WaterAid group.
See the latest videos, interviews, pictures, tweets and views from the floor at: www.southampton.ac.uk/multidisciplinary

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    • 1. World Water Day: Water Cooperation Multidisciplinary Research Week 2013 ‘WaterAid’, by Alice Dibblin, University of Southampton and volunteercoordinator for the University of Southampton WaterAid group
    • 2. What is theproblem?
    • 3. 800 million people without access to safe water2.5 billion people without basic sanitation90% of all population growth by 2050 will occur in water scarce regions
    • 4. Volume
    • 5. Volume
    • 6. Time
    • 7. Safety
    • 8. Sanitation
    • 9. Sanitation
    • 10. Who areWaterAid?
    • 11. WaterAidtransforms lives byimproving accessto safe water,hygiene andsanitation in theworld’s poorestcommunities.
    • 12. Clean Water Technologies Rainwater Harvesting Rope pump Gravity Flow Water System
    • 13. Sanitation Technologies Composting latrineThe Gulper Ventilated improved pit latrine
    • 14. Hygiene Education
    • 15. Community involvement
    • 16. “I no longer go to theriver- this gives mefreedom from fears ofthe deadly beasts.”
    • 17. Success16 million people provided with safe water11 million provided with sanitation1.6 million people provided with safe water in 2012
    • 18. What can I do?
    • 19. Support a WaterAid campaign
    • 20. Get involved withSouthampton WaterAid wateraid@soton.ac.uk Facebook.com/southamptonwateraid
    • 21. Appreciate your water
    • 22. wateraid@soton.ac.ukFacebook.com/southamptonwateraid
    • 23. World Water Day: Water Cooperation Multidisciplinary Research Week 2013See the latest videos, interviews, pictures, tweets and viewsfrom the floor at:Website: www.southampton.ac.uk/multidisciplinaryBlog: http://blog.soton.ac.uk/multidisciplinary/tag/mdrweek/Youtube: Search #MDRWeek Follow us on Twitter @Multisoton #MDRWeek

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