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International Training on Urban Rainwater Harvesting System 201720 Jul 2017

WaterAid Bangladesh in collaboration with Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), India is going offer its seventh batch of training programme in Bangladesh.

The course is for sector professionals, civil engineers, architects, environmentalists, urban planners, policy-makers and development practitioners who have an interest in the theory, practice and policies of rainwater harvesting system.

MoU signing ceremony between Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) and WaterAid Bangladesh for the National Hygiene Survey 201713 Jun 2017

WaterAid and the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) on June 13, 2017 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on conducting the Bangladesh National Hygiene Survey 2017. This exceptional collaboration will aim to explore the overall hygiene situation of the country as well as monitor the progress of Hygiene related indicators related to the SDGs and the 7th Five Year Plan of the Government of Bangladesh.

The team to represent Bangladesh in Stockholm Junior Water Prize 201710 Jun 2017

The team to represent Bangladesh in Stockholm Junior Water Prize 2017 was awarded as Champion for the national part of the selection process in a modest ceremony held on 10 June 2017 at Bishwo Shahitto Kendro, Dhaka. Their project was on using titanium dioxide photocatalyst in degradation of industrial dyes. The project is designed to be cheap, feasible and an effective method of industrial greywater treatment.

WaterAid and Coca-Cola Bangladesh launched Climate Resilient Sanitation Facilities in Schools project24 Apr 2017

WaterAid Bangladesh and Coca-Cola Bangladesh on 24 April 2017 launched a project to build climate resilient sanitation facilities in secondary schools of Shyamnagar under Satkhira district in the Southwest region of Bangladesh. The project aims to raise awareness in the community about water, sanitation and hygiene and will directly impact 18,000 school students and 5,000 people living in the school vicinities.