The CCAP SMART Centre has published its seventh newsletter. The newsletter covers our most recent activities as well as an interview with one of our drillers. You can access the newsletter via the following link: Seventh Newsletter.
SimoneSeventh newsletter CCAP SMART Centre published
The CCAP Synod of Livingstonia Development Department (SOLDEV) through the CCAP SMART Centre is offering the position of Centre Manager at the CCAP SMART Centre. Interested candidates are invited to apply for the position. The position will be available from May 1st, 2019 onwards.
We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about improving access to Water and Sanitation and who will be able to take over the Centre Manager position. As Centre Manager you are in charge of managing the team, to give direction in terms of long-term vision and planning and to ensure the future growth of the activities.
The presentations from the SMART Symposium, held in Mzuzu from 13 – 16 November 2018, are now available online. The presentations can be downloaded through the following link SMART Symposium Presentations.
Reinier VeldmanSMART Symposium presentations now available online
The CCAP SMART Centre has been awarded a project with Wilde Ganzen. As part of the project 20 new wells will be constructed by the trained companies and fitted with a hand pump. The funds for the project have been raised through ‘Wandelen voor Water‘ by Rotary Club Apeldoorn ‘t Loo and will be topped up by Wilde Ganzen.
As part of the fundraising a short clip was broadcasted on the National Television recently.
More information can be found on the website of Wilde Ganzen: Project Website Wilde Ganzen
Reinier VeldmanCCAP SMART Centre on National Television in the Netherlands
The SMART Centre team looks back on a very successful Symposium with good participation, interaction and many lessons learned!
A report has been written with a summary of the discussions and activities of the Symposium. Also a selection of pictures taken during the Symposium has been published. Both can be access through the Symposium Report and Pictures link.
Reinier VeldmanPictures and Symposium report published
In November 2018, MetaMeta, Aqua for All, SNV and the SMART Centres will organise the SMART Symposium to share lessons learnt in WASH and rural development from the past 25 years. In this period over 10 million people have benefited from SMARTechs.
The symposium will take place in Mzuzu, Malawi from Tuesday 13th to Thursday 15th of November, 2018. There is an optional fourth day on the 16th of November with additional field trips, allowing participants to engage in in-depth discussions with trained and mentored businesses.