Design and drawings to build the Potters Without Borders manual hydraulic scissor press for manufacturing ceramic water filters.
Building the PWB ceramic filter hydraulic press (Video 25 min)
June 1 – A simple water filter made from rice husk is helping the poor of rural Cambodia improve their health prospects and stem the deforestation that is destroying the nation’s jungles. This week iDE-Hydrologic picked up a prestigious Ashden Award for their Super Tunsai filter, named after a Cambodian legend. Jim Drury reports
“One billion people living in the world today without access to clean water” is a staggering figure. Do you think most people can conceive of how much our lives will change with 9.3 billion people living on this planet?
From: Whole Foods Market
Une filme par: Debra Brosseuk
Projet de coopération du Potiers Sans Frontières, KIST (Kigali Institut de la Science et
Technologie), UNICEF, et KACYIRU Cooperative Moderne de Poteries.
Guy Mbayo K. (Unicef WASH Program)
Burt Cohen (Potiers Sans Frontières)
Phocus Ntayombya (Unicef WASH Program)
Eugene Dusingizumuremyi (KIST Project Director)
Vice Rector John Mshana (KIST)
Dr. Jane Muita (Deputy Representative for UNICEF)
Honorable Minister Collette Ruhamya
Jean Paul (President de la Cooperative Moderne de Poterie)
Mugisha Esri (KIST Filter Production Officer) Continue reading “Rwanda: Projet de filtre à eau en céramique 2010”
Film Production: Debra Brosseuk
Cooperative Project between Potters Without Borders, KIST (Kigali Institute of Science and
Technology, UNICEF, and the KACYIRU Pottery Cooperative.
The Design for the other 90% exhibit in NYC has posted the
short presentation I offered during the opening event and includes
the filter making video done in West Darfur.
Its not professionally done but it gets the point across.
The other presentations are better and offer a much wider view.