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First aerial photographs received from Cameroon

In May of this year, the Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management (IWW) at RWTH Aachen University commissioned a Cameroonian partner company, SOGEFI (Société de Géomatique et d’Expertise Foncière à l’International),…

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Launch household survey in Soa

The IHPH at the University Hospital Bonn will record the drinking water supply structure, georeference water sources and conduct microbiological analyses in the study areas. Essential components of the IHPH’s work…

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Drone survey subcontracted

In the project, the Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management (IWW) of RWTH Aachen University is responsible for the preparation of digital terrain models of the project areas in Cameroon, …

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Stakeholder analysis in Soa

The associated partner NGO of the project, Association Ciel Bleu, established initial contact in the pilot area of Soa with various actors in the water sector in close cooperation and coordination with FiW.

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Severe flooding in Doula

Quelle: SitRep N°70, Rapport de situation de la gestion du cholera au Cameroun, Ministere de la sante publique, Republique du Cameroun Heavy rainfall has caused…

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BMBF-Research Project started

On 01.05.2020 the research project “INTEWAR – Innovative technologies for the containment of water-associated diseases” was launched. The joint project is now devoting three years…

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Definition Project INTEWAR

In July 2018, the INTEWAR partner consortium conducted a fact-finding mission to Cameroon as part of a definition project. The aim was to gain first…

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