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ARTICLE: Water Catchment management through a 3R approach- Case of RWAMBU Catchment-Western Uganda [21]
Lead Author; Rugumayo Godfrey Mulinda, Position; Program Manager, Water and Sanitation, Institution; Joint Effort to Save the Environment (JESE),Uganda

ARTICLE: Enrichment of iron in the Gannoruwa well field: Causes and pathways [103]
K.M. PREMATILAKA. Assistant General Manager (Groundwater), National Water Supply and Drainage Board, Sri Lanka

ARTICLE: Can PPCPs Improve Water Services Delivery in Rural Areas? Insights from Kenya [104]
Chiranjibi Tiwari, formerly SNV now UNICEF India

ARTICLE: Water User Committees using Village Savings and Loans Association for Sustainable O&M of their Water Facility [119]
Namata Teo, Project Manager, Amref Health Africa in Uganda

ARTICLE: Community management in Malawi: part of the sustainability problem, not the solution [164]
Dr Ellie Chowns, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, UK

ARTICLE: A Microbial Analysis of Water in Sand Dams and Associated Abstraction Methods [277]
(Une analyse microbiologique de l’eau dans les barrages de sable et les méthodes d’extraction qui y sont liées)
Orlando Avis, Simon Maddrell Excellent Development

ARTICLE: Regional water supply to ensure basic services in rural areas of South Africa – what is required, what works, what are the challenges? [153]
Monja Esterhuizen, Development Planner, UWP Consulting (Pty) Ltd., South Africa

POSTER: Evolution of Rural Water & Sanitation in Sri Lanka [144]
Eng. W. B. G. Fernando, National Water Supply and Drainage Board, Sri Lanka

(Remplacer les pompes rustiques de type B par des pompes solaires pour l’approvisionnement rural en eau)
Annie Mudzingwa, Berverly Nyakutsikwa, Kudakwashe Ngogodo –  Hazen Engineering

Strategy for Up-Scaling Rainwater Harvesting using a Revolving Fund Approach in Uganda [079]
(Une stratégie pour déployer la collecte d’eau de pluie en Ouganda grâce à une methode de fonds renouvelable)
Sulaiman Walugendo Kyesa   Uganda Muslim Rural Development Assocaition (UMURDA)