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Welcome to WATERSPOUTT Research Project Website

WATERSPOUTT aims at providing safe drinking water to communities who rely on unsafe sources. The consortium is carrying out a technological development programme to advance three applications based on Solar Disinfection (SODIS), which can make water safe to drink after it has been collected.

In parallel, a social science programme has been structured to make sure that the technologies are adopted by the target communities in rural Africa, with the support of the local authorities and in an economically sustainable way.

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Latest news

WATERSPOUTT activities progress

WATERSPOUTT activities progress

WATERSPOUTT activities are progressing in Ethiopia (baseline surveys), Uganda (tank construction) and Spain (first prototype SODIS reactor)

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University of Malawi survey

University of Malawi survey

Our colleagues in the University of Malawi have just completed their baseline survey in advance of field evaluations of the WATERSPOUTT Solar Ceramic Filter units.

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Shared dialogue workshops held in Malawi

Shared dialogue workshops held in Malawi

Researchers from the University of Malawi (WASHTED Centre) and Strathclyde have now finalized their research areas in Traditional Authority Lundu, Chikwawa District in the Southern Region of Malawi.

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