Research call for all working in Bangladesh

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Research call for all working in Bangladesh

Dear all I am happy to share this reserach call with all of you who are working with sustainable Sanitation in Bangladesh. Please note the short deadline!

www.irc.nl/page/73135

1.Low-cost sanitation technologies for areas with high groundwater tables
2.Faecal sludge secondary treatment options
These calls are part of the BRAC WASH II programme in which EUR 1.5 million will be used for innovative research, tendered to consortia of leading European and Bangladeshi research organisations. The other action research calls will focus on low-cost water supply technologies; Geo-referenced database for monitoring; menstrual hygiene management; and saline intrusion.

1. Guidelines for research call on low-cost sanitation technologies for areas with high groundwater tables

•Application form for low-cost sanitation technologies
2. Guidelines for secondary treatment options for faecal sludge

•Application form for secondary treatment options for faecal sludge
Deadline for submission of full proposal application forms: 22 August 2012

In line with IRC’s principles on transparency any contract resulting from this tender may be published online.
Madeleine Fogde
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Re: Research call for all working in Bangladesh

Apreciada Madeleine
Nos gustaria contactar con alguna organizacion en Bangladesh, la expsriencia de implementacion de Ecosan en El Alto puede ser transferida, especialmnete en el tratamiento secundario de residuos organicos de los Baños Ecologicos.

Raul D Silveti,

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Dear Madeleine
We would like to contact any organization in Bangladesh, experiences of implementation of Ecosan in El Alto can be transferred, especially in secondary treatment of organic waste composting toilets.
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By the way, there are 9 SuSanA partner organisations from Bangladesh, you can find them here, just filter by country: www.susana.org/partners
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Re: Research call for all working in Bangladesh

Dear Raul
There are plenty of organizations from Bangladesh within SuSanA that I beleive would like to collaborate and exchange experiences with Sumaj Huasi.
It is certainly more easy if you find a common language where you would be able to communicate.
Dear all partners from Bangladesh!
Raul and his organization Sumaj Huasi in Bolivia is very interested to team up with you on this call. Sumaj Huasi i working with upscaling of sustainable sanitation systems in various climate zone in Bolivia.
Kind regards
Madeleine
Madeleine Fogde
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