Beating The Safe Water Deadline In Rural Malawi: WaterAid’s ‘Big Dig’
One of the most memorable stories I ever heard was from a civil engineer who was asked about the achievement of which he was most proud. He immediately said it was being invited to first turn on the tap which he had installed to deliver clean running water to an African village where there had previously been no supply. And now Water Aid has decided to share in real time their account of an even more ambitious project in Malawi, set against demanding deadlines…
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Posted on June 18, 2012, in Articles Posted On Hilary's Professional Website, People And Places, Sustainability As If People Mattered, Travel and tagged Big Dig, Health, Malawi, Sanitation, Sustainability, Travel, Water, WaterAid. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Beating The Safe Water Deadline In Rural Malawi: WaterAid’s ‘Big Dig’.