MUS roundtable workshop proceedings
This report documents the MUS Roundtable Workshop Held at Bellagio Conference Center, Italy, September 3-7, 2012. This report is not a final synthesis, but tries to capture the workshop output in a non-interpreted way. THIS DOCUMENTATION IS MEANT TO BE A REFERENCE DOCUMENT for all participants and is intended to provide details of what transpired. Almost all results of the working groups and plenary sessions are documented.
Reports of 4 MUS sessions at the World Water Forum 2009 in Istanbul
There is a report of the session on water multi-tasking: how to obtain more benefits per drop from multiple uses and functions, beingsession 2.4.1 of the 5th World Water Forum (WWF).
A report on bridging sectors to strengthen multiple uses and functions of water services being session 2.4.2 of the 5th World Water Forum (WWF).
A report on multiple-use services for more MDGs per drop; how to make it happen?, being session 2.4.3 of the 5th World Water Forum (WWF).
A report on multiple use and functions of water services being topic 2.4 of the 5th World Water Forum (WWF).
International symposium on multiple-use water services - proceedings
This file contains the complete set of pre-prints with the proceedings of the symposium. Note that this is the final draft. Some of the papers may still contain errors and omissions. Besides, not all papers could be included in time. A finalised version will be published after the symposium, after authors have had the chance to submit any changes, and we have included papers that came in late.
Mexico: WWF 2006 MUS session report
Session on MUS at the World Water Forum 2006 in Mexico. The session was held on the theme of Water, Food, and Environment
Cross-cutting perspectives: Water for Growth and Development, New models for financing local water initiatives, Capacity building and social learning, Application of science, technology and knowledge.
Towards Multiple Use Water Services - Background paper
This short paper is intended to serve as an introduction to the forthcoming e-conference in terms of concepts, content, and structure. The ideas presented very briefly here are developed in greater detail in a number of publications that are listed seperately under "Suggested reading".
Video on international workshop on MUS systems for climate resilience
A video of the international workshop with presentation highlights.
Multiple use water service, a way for better livelihood in rural areas
This presentation is the introduction to the side event called “Multiple use water service, a way for better livelihood in rural areas”, which was held at the 22nd ICID Congress which took place from 14-20 September 2014 in Gwangju, Korea. The presentation looks at a few main guidelines to properly design, build, operate and manage multiple-use water systems and services.
Solidarity between water usages for sustainability in France
This presentation by François Brelle of SCP gives examples of solidarity between usages for sustainability in France. This presentation was given during a side event called “Multiple use water service, a way for better livelihood in rural areas”, at the 22nd ICID Congress which took place from 14-20 September 2014 in Gwangju, Korea.
Guidelines for planning and providing multiple-use water services
Presentation on multiple-use water services (MUS) and the MUS group was given at a side event at the 22nd ICID Congress. This Congress took place from 14-20 September 2014 in Gwangju, Korea.
Global: Multiple Use Water Services - Potentials and Challenges for Rural and Peri-urban Dwellers
This is the synthesis report of the e-discussion on multiple-use water services which was held from 28 April - 24 May 2014.
About the MUS Group
Presentation by Stef Smits about the MUS Group; the background, organization, activities, products, funding, report over the past period and the outlook.
Moving towards a MUS approach
Presentation by Katie Spooner of CAFOD on moving towards a MUS approach and building resilience and sustainability.
Developing arrangements for community management of multiple use services in Honduras
Presentation by Stef Smits and Andrès Gil of IRC on background, context, technology costs, water resources, institutional arrangements and tariffs for MUS in Honduras.
Harnessing the transformative power of water to sustainably improve people’s health and livelihoods
Presentation by Mary Renwick of Winrock International on MUS and Winrock.
MUS and water resources in Kenya
Presentation by Simon Maddrell of Excellent, pioneers of sand dams, on MUS, water security and sand dams in Kenya.
Community based integrated water resources management programme in Banibango and Soumatte
Presentation by Nega Legesse of Oxfam on community based water resources management in Niger.
Use of multiple water sources
Presentation of findings of a DFID study carried out by the University of Leeds, University of North Carolina, University of East Anglia and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Multiple Use Services of Water
Presentation by Tidiane Diallo, Regional Technical Adviser of WaterAid West Africa on practices and experiences in the West Africa region.
MUS and Water Resources Managment
Presentation by Lucien Damiba of WaterAid on community based water resources management (CBWRM) in West Africa.
Multiple Use Systems and equity in the Sahel, Burkina Faso
Presentation by Julia Boulenouar of Aguaconsult on the WA-WASH programme and the IRC/Triple-S component in it. This entails supporting national and local government in achieving sustainable service delivery in the Sahel Region.
Step by step approach: Community participation in design
Presentation by the RAIN Foundation on community participation in the design of water systems.
Rope pumps and other smart techs for MUS and self-supply
Presentation by Henk Holtslag on self-supply which he considers more cost-effective than communal water supply.
Reflections on user participation in water system design in Bolivia and Peru
Presentation by Jeroen Vos of Wageningen University and Research centre on whether multiple-use water services require a specific design approach.
Resilience building in Kenya Arid Lands - calculation example
Self-supply acceleration in Ethiopia
Presentation by John Butterworth on recent progress and developments around self-supply in Ethiopia.