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WIN-SA Documents

WIN-SA is a network of organisations focusing on improving knowledge sharing in the water and sanitation sector, targeting local government and other decision makers. Documents are freely available, log in and select to download.  For any enquiries Contact: Dr Mandlenkosi Msibi , General Executive Manager - Innovation and Impact  email : mandlam@wrc.org.za or call: 012 330 0340.

List of WIN-SA Documents
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Improving wastewater treatment through stakeholder intervention
2016/06/30; WIN-SA
Improving the sustainability of school sanitation
2016/06/30; WIN-SA
Water reclamation and communicating quality
2016/06/30; WIN-SA
Investigating the role of wetland plants in job creation
2016/06/30; WIN-SA
Investigating the occurrence of Vibrio cholera in KZN surface waters
2016/03/03; WIN-SA
Striving for sufficient school sanitation
2016/03/03; WIN-SA
Dam safety - ensuring the integrity of SA's registered dams
2016/03/02; WIN-SA
WIN One-pager.Exploring the link between social protest and water service delivery
2016/03/02; WIN-SA
Conserving South African wetlands for the sake of society
2016/03/02; WIN-SA
Urban South Africans' perceptions of their municipal water and sanitation services
2016/03/02; WIN-SA
Water sensitive urban design Securing Water in Urban Settlements
2015/10/07; WIN-SA
Productive use of water: More Collaboration for More Benefits
2015/08/07; WIN-SA
Groundwater for domestic water supply : Insights from Research and Municipal Case Studies
2015/08/07; WIN-SA
Factsheet: The Blue Drop: Highlights and Trends from 2009 to 2014
2015/06/06; WIN-SA
Water Sector Skills Gap Analysis: A skills intervention map for South Africa
2015/06/06; WIN-SA
Adapting to Climate Change: A Tool to Support Water Supply Planning
2015/06/06; WIN-SA
Reducing water losses in municipalities: Key Issues and Pointers to Implementation
2015/06/06; WIN-SA
Implementing Integrated Water Resource (IWRM) : The Olifants-Doorn Case Study and pointers to implementation
2015/06/06; WIN-SA
Buffer zones ensuring rivers, wetlands and estuaries are protected and conserved
2015/05/06; WIN-SA
Business models for engaging marginalized fishing communities in wastewater recycling in Uganda (GC14)
Authors: Kakembo F; 2014/11/04; WIN-SA
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