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    • Sekuma Simon Peter NETWAS Uganda HPMA LEARNING JOURNEY TO KABALORE
    •  Water & sanitation services fail due to choice of technology e.g. a good percentage of rural water supply schemes in Uganda are not functioning  Promising technologies frequently do not go beyond the pilot stage.  WASHTech Project has 2 main outputs; TAF, Technology Introduction Process (TIP) guide
    • TAF- A decision making tool on the applicability and sustainable use of a specific WASH technology and on its readiness for introduction within a specific context Use  To stimulate discussion about a WASH technology  To assess the potential of a particular WASH technology in a specific geographic and socio-economic context  Assess readiness of a sector to scale up a technology  Support M& E systems for technology introduction Design  Participatory tool that brings together user, regulator, and producer/provider perspective  Field data is collected by a diverse stakeholder group and verified in workshops  Designed to assess a single WASH technology
    •  Collection of relevant information for specific technology.  Orientation workshop/ Training of field staff  Field survey using guiding questions- User, producer, regulator perspectives  Preliminary analysis and validation & scoring in a workshop  National level scoring workshop
    • Country Technology Original rating New rating Burkina Faso Rope Pump Promising Successful VIP Latrine Successful Successful India Mark II Successful Successful UDDT Successful Successful Sand Dam New Promising Water Harvesting Tank New Promising Ghana Rope Pump Promising Promising Pour Flush Promising Promising Enviroloo Failed Failed Ghana Modified India Mark II Successful Successful Biofil Toilet New Promising Slow Sand Filter Successful Successful Uganda Rope Pump Failed Failed UDDT Successful Failed Solar Water Pump New Promising U2 Pump Successful Successful Ferro Cement Tank Promising Successful Tippy Tap No conclusion No conclusion
    •  TAF is well received in Uganda  Global WASH professionals contacted confirm value of processes & tools for evaluating & monitoring  Embedding process resulted in agreed TAF hosts; Uganda- the Appropriate Technology Centre (ATC) under the Ministry of Water & Environment  Tools have the potential to be used for urban water & sanitation technologies  Training Institutes to consider processes & TAF in their syllabi  TAF recommended for adaptation in other countries for sustainable WASH services
    • For more info: Visit www.washtechafrica.wordpress.com www.rural-water-supply.net/en www.netwasuganda.org www.washuganda.net