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News | 9 October 2019

From aid to sustainable relationship

Two solar-powered water purification devices have been installed near the Bangladeshi refugee camp Kutupalong as emergency aid and with the aim of establishing a sustainable cooperation. The Dutch company Villagepump supplied these devices, and its COO, Joost de Waard, addresses in this blog why the Dutch water sector should take this approach.
Blog-Villagepump-boy. With the push of a button, villagers can tap at least 500 litres per hour of clean water. People are instructed to use the water for drinking purposes only.