Congratulations to DHE for having three papers published in Procedia Engineering this September! Check out and download the papers here: “Implementing Pico-hydropower Sites in Rural Rwanda” “Targeting Briquetting as an Alternative Fuel Source in Tanzania” “SafaPani: A House Electrocoagulation Arsenic Water
Updates since the last blog post… As it turned out, finding different sizes of barrels in Kigoma was a bit of challenge. The only available barrels were standard full sized barrels. This meant that the Kigoma TLUD would have to
After a sudden flight cancellation on Sunday, Dvij and I (Jun) made our two day long trip to Kigoma from Arusha via Dar es Salaam on Monday. We arrived on Tuesday morning in good shape and excited (despite that Dvij
Day fifteen in Arusha starts with a quick breakfast of peanut butter and honey on toast and a little one on one football in the backyard with Philbert. The nyama choma (roast beef) from last night has taken Jun out.
Just kidding! It’s not quite closing time yet – we still have 3 days left! We’re in the wrap-up stages of our work here, but exciting things are still happening. In the last 3 days we’ve been able to meet
Wow only 2 weeks left here in Arusha for the travel team! Big things are happening on the regular, and we have a couple things in particular that have happened since Sammie’s last post. With the help of our friend
What’s going on this week in DHE? Not sure how to answer? Thank heavens for our weekly updates! Check out what’s up with your favorite project groups: Marketing and Development continues to work on letters to the USAID and will soon