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Biesheuvel, C. (author), Van Rijn, R. (author), Geerling, R. (author), Kampshof, G.J. (author), Van der Heuvel, H.P. (author), Van Es, J. (author)
Novos Horizontes started seven years ago in Mozambique and is part of Communities of Fusion. The Communities of Fusion, in this report, includes: Novos Horizontes, Eggs for Africa, Rapale International School, Ebenezer College and Arcapula. All these organizations are located in one area (farm) and work together. The main activity of Novos...
student report 2012
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Admiraal, M. (author), Couasnon, A. (author), Huijzenveld, T. (author), Hutten, R. (author), Schölvinck, O. (author), Van Veen, N. (author)
In Nicaragua, active research for arsenic started in 1996, after the first case of arsenic poisoning was reported in a rural community. Arsenic concentrations present in drinking water cause chronic poisoning, which depending on the exposure, lead to several life-threatening long term effects. It is however unknown to what extent this...
student report 2015
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Bandinu, Giacomo (author), Barendsen, Lot (author), Delfos, Jeroen (author), Janse, Arnout (author), Overtoom, Irene (author)
The goal of this project is to develop a design for Dala’s water system that deals with challenges of the township in a sustainable way. Dala is a township of Yangon, Myanmar’s economic centre. It is located directly South of the central business district (CBD), across the Yangon river. The area is now largely underdeveloped, but in 2021 it will...
student report 2017
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Kattenberg, Lotte (author)
Due to climate change, our society must become more climate resilient, and this is also the case for drinking water distribution systems. Climate change implicates that temperatures of the atmosphere are getting higher. This may lead to that the drinking water may become warmer. One of the consequences of climate change is that alternative ways...
student report 2018
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Koppes, Fabian (author), van der Veer, Machiel (author), Veldt, Timo (author), Marif, Kizjè (author), Smits, Roy (author)
Due to climate change and growing cities, water scarcity is becoming one of the futures biggest problems. On top of that, the population and prosperity of cities around the equator are growing fast. Meaning that the need for electricity, cooling and drinking water will grow fast in the following decades. ROTEC’s vision is that these growing...
student report 2018
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