A recent report from the RWSN platform describes how what began with the training of companies and NGOs active in the DRC in manual rotary / jetting drilling techniques, has enabled, in ten years, more than 650,000 people to have improved access to water in the country. BushProof organized the first training sessions on manual […]
BushProof Care Homes Strategy for Infection Prevention & Control of COVID-19 in care homes cited by WHO & British Geriatric Society
Since going online on 18th April, the BushProof document Care homes strategy for Infection Prevention & Control of Covid-19 based on clear delineation of risk zones has been widely cited and discussed, and has influenced how infection prevention is being advocated and carried out in the UK. So far it made it into the following
Care Homes Strategy for Infection Prevention & Control of Covid-19 Based on Clear Delineation of Risk Zones
This is a holding page for the document Care homes strategy for Infection Prevention & Control of Covid-19 based on clear delineation of risk zones. This strategy builds upon current UK government guidance, but in addition it Expands the concept of infection prevention by clear delineation of risk zones for the entire building (rather than
BushProof has decided not to hold the Technical Training in Water Infrastructure in Madagascar any longer, rather we want to try to promote on-site training where it is required. This is to make it more efficient in terms of carbon emissions and our environmental impact, while bringing cost down per participant and being able to
We have just completed the construction of a drilled water well, a small raised water storage (2.5 m3) and installation of an efficient solar pumping system intended to supply water (3 m3/day) to a hospital in the commune of Anivorano-Est, in the East of Madagascar. We very regularly build this kind of small-scale system for
In light of the global climate emergency, BushProof is now taking the lead in being responsible for the carbon emissions produced by its activities. It is doing this through calculating the emissions produced, and balancing the carbon through a tree planting initiative in the UK run by Forest Carbon and certified by the Woodland Code.
BushProof has just started the construction of a groundwater drainage gallery in a shallow valley filled with low permeability sediments. The installation of the 20 metre long drain will help to convey groundwater in a more efficient way to a 10 metre deep abstraction well built on the side. The system will supply water to
BushProof has just completed the third Water in Emergency Course organised with ICRC. The course is now held twice a year in Naivasha (Kenya). For this session, we had 14 motivated participants from various countries, including Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Kenya, Sudan, South Sudan and Madagascar. Client: International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva
We have just completed one session of our Technical Training in Water Infrastructure, organized in Antananarivo, Madagascar. The next session will be held from 02 to 07 of September 2019 in Antananarivo again. Application is open. Besides this, we will run two other sessions this year for ICRC staff in Nairobi, Kenya.