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  • Annual Report FY 2011-12
    PDF icon Annual Report 11-12.pdf
  • Promoting Domestic Plus in NEWAH WASH Projects 2010
    Since 2000, NEWAH has promoted the use of waste water to help community people take up kitchen gardening in project areas. In the recent years, the depleting water sources and the need to make the optimum use of available water in the project areas has grown as a matter of concern for NEWAH. This is a guiding document for NEWAH as well as resource for others in the sector to promote Domestic Plus and MUS in the project areas to make the best possible use of water that is accessible.
    PDF icon Promoting Domestic Plus in NEWAH WASH Projects 2010.pdf
  • Fog Water Leaflet
    Fog water is a non-conventional source of drinking water supply introduced by NEWAH. This technology can be listed upon one of the innovative approaches introduced by NEWAH. This leaflet provides a brief notes on the working mechanism and project areas of the Fog water technology.
    PDF icon fog water leaflet_english.pdf
  • Fog Water Report 2005
    This study examines what role fog water collection might play in the future of water and sanitation development in the rural hill areas of Nepal. We know that the technology itself works, however this document critically examins fog water within the Nepal context to decide if and how it is suitable to use.
    PDF icon Fog Water Report.pdf
  • Long Term Sustainability Study Findings 2001
    NEWAH implemented a Long Term Sustainability Study in 2001 to assess the status and sustainability of 298 NEWAH supported projects completed before 1998. The study findings helped to reflect upon sustainability of projects and recommended on areas of improvement. Considering the need to share these important aspects to wider sectoral readers, an issue sheet was published. A detailed report and CD of the study is also available.
    PDF icon Long Term Sustainability Study Findings 2005.pdf
  • Water Consumption Study 2004
    In May 2003, NEWAH began a Water Consumption Study to find out the water consumption of rural communities using gravity flow water supply schemes.
    PDF icon Water consumption study_August 2004.pdf
  • CLTS – Experience of Piloting the Approach in Nepal
    NEWAH's Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) - Experience of Piloting the Approach in Nepalis a leaflet on why NEWAH has adopted the CLTS approach and the processes adopted. The lessons, issues & challenges and recommendations for improvements and future direction is highlighted within.
    PDF icon CLTS - NEWAH's Experience of Piloting the Approach in Nepal _English_.pdf
  • CLTS Toolkit For Facilitators 2007
    Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) is a technique that has made significant impact in Nepal in the area of sanitation. This toolkit has been created to support facilitators in conducting this process.
    PDF icon CLTS Handbook for Facilitators - English.pdf
  • Regional Symposium on Total Sanitation Movement in Nepal 2010
    This Regional Symposium on ‘Total Sanitation Movement in Nepal – Lessons, Challenges & Way Forward’ was organised in the Mid Western Region, Nepalgunj to bring together sector stakeholders, including government representatives and media, in a forum to discuss existing good practices, lessons learned and challenges faced in total sanitation service delivery (including both approaches and technologies).
    PDF icon Regional Symposium on Total Sanitation Movement in Nepal 2010.pdf
  • Study of Public Latrines in Kathmandu 2003
    This study highlights the existing situation of public latrines in Kathmandu Metropolitan city and provides feedback and recommendation to local authorities on management, sanitation and hygiene. The report is a result of exploratory research undertaken by NEWAH with technical help of WaterAid Nepal.
    PDF icon Public Latrines Kathmandu.pdf

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