In-Field Training Rainwater Harvesting in Kenya
Rainwater Harvesting Training was a great success with 95 participants from all over Africa
From 21 until 28 June more than 95 enthusiastic participants joined RAIN’s Rainwater Harvesting Training in Kenya. The training aimed to provide the participants with both in-depth knowledge and practical experiences with rainwater harvesting approaches, as explained by farmers, local and international experts. To obtain as many positive and negative learning experiences, the participants travelled through southern Kenya to visit various intervention sites. Starting in Machakos, the group continued over three different routes to end in Amboseli National Park, where the conference continued.

Outils RAIN
Outil RAIN est un GAIN
La CEP gagne de plus en plus de reconnaissance en tant qu'alternative durable face aux autres options d'approvisionnement en eau. Elle est économiquement viable, socialement acceptable et respectueuse de l'environnement.

Guide Eau, assainissement et hygiène (WASH)
Les interventions WASH ont toujours un impact sur l'écosystème ou sur le paysage, et vice versa.

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La CEP s'est avérée être une solution efficace et durable pour surmonter ou réduire les pénuries d'eau, partout dans le monde. Pour appliquer la CEP de manière durable et efficace, il est important de comprendre exactement où elle peut être mise en application pour faire plein usage de son potentiel.

Les partenaires de RAIN à travers le monde

Nous nous concentrons sur les régions où les populations et les écosystèmes sont les plus vulnérables, en utilisant des technologies simples et à faible coût, adaptées aux conditions locales. Nos pays d'intervention sont :

Actuellement, nous étudions les possibilités de collecte d'eau de pluie en Amérique centrale, en Indonésie et dans la région andine.

L'eau potable doit être accessible à tous et en quantité suffisante
Comment pouvons-nous y arriver ? Nous proposons trois services essentiels de collecte d'eau de pluie :
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