Village Sanitation Project, Nepal
- Local and international plumbers working together
- Children who now live with a cleaner living environment and less smoke in houses are important beneficiaries
- The principle - removing waste safely >> the design detail >> in the paddock
- The Himalayan backdrop to the village sanitation program work
- Part of the team at the toilet handover to the families
- Bishnu Shrestha - Director of Community Health Development Society Nepal and project manager
- Bishnu Shretha and Surya Lama at toilet handover ...and festival time!
- Completed toilets improve health >> the biogas churn for animal waste >> a toilet is handed over to a family
For information about the toilet building, septic and biogas systems and galleries showing all stages of construction to the handover ceremonies
To keep up to date with the progress of these projects and some insight into village life. View the short movie about the Village Sanitation Program by clicking here.
Sanitation Studios & School Sanitation Project
The Sanitation Studio is an annual interdisciplinary studio held in Nepal. Over the duration of studio, students from Australian universities volunteer their time and skills to develop tools that could be left behind, with the help and guidance of local Nepali teams to expand and improve the program outcomes. Healthabitat (HH) run the studios in partnership with University of Newcastle (UoN), International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO), WorldSkills (WS) and local Nepali teams. Combining trades and design thinking to improve sanitation facilities both immediately and for the long term. To find out more click here.