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Videos:

Valuing water and sanitation services | IWMI
This World Toilet Day we celebrate the progress made in improving sanitation, and look at what still must be done. https://www.iwmi.cgiar.org/news/campaigns/world-toilet-day-2021/
Recycling for Food, Energy and Clean Environment | IWMI
How can we transform fecal sludge and organic waste into 200 tons of compost, fuel and fertilizer? This video details the business model implemented in Ghana produces compost and briquette...
Treated Wastewater Aquaculture: boosting revenue streams and production in Ghana | IWMI
Many cities in Ghana lack functional wastewater treatment plants. This affects water quality and can have a devastating impact on both human and ecosystem health. This video explores the underlying...
Building a circular economy to improve waste management | IWMI
This video presents the work pioneered by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) around the Circular Economy field, building on practical examples from Africa (Ghana) and Asia (Sri Lanka). It...
From waste to food: Going Commercial - French Subtitles :: IWMI
In Tema (Ghana), a project led by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) has constructed a fecal sludge recycling plant. The business is a public-private partnership between the Tema Metropolitan...
From waste to food: Going Commercial :: IWMI
In Tema (Ghana), a project led by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) has constructed a fecal sludge recycling plant. The business is a public-private partnership between the Tema Metropolitan...
Wastewater Reuse in Agriculture in Kurunegala, Sri Lanka - Priyanka Dissanayake - IWMI
Ms. Priyanka Dissanayake, Environmental Scientist, International Water Management Institute talks about Wastewater Reuse in Agriculturein Kurunegala, Sri Lanka
What a Waste!
This short video shows how resources can be recovered from wastewater, including fecal sludge, and reused to create useful products that contribute to food security, while enhancing livelihoods and reducing...
Why waste human waste? - Josiane Nikiema
'Why waste human waste?' argues Josiane Nikiema of IWMI's Ghana office. Converting septage into valuable compost could help both farmers and urban planners. http://www.iwmi.org/issues/resource-recovery-and-reuse/ http://westafrica.iwmi.org/

Waste Enterprisers Ltd: Fish farms transform neglected waste stabilization ponds (WSPs) into thriving, multi-use facilities.
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FAOWATER: Discovering water re-use

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