Sustainable Rain-Water Harvesting Strategies: Lessons and Opportunities for Developing Societies Africa
AbstractThe demand and supply of water in both developed and developing societies has wanting however, the challenges on use and need have tended to be similar. This study sought to explore technologies and sustainable techniques for rain-water harvesting as its main aim. Various societies over time have used their indigenous methods, and this study sought to explore through case surveys as its design in both developed and developing societies on methods both indigenous and modern techniques that have been used. Indigenous systems have been used in Nigeria, Ghana Malta among other countries. In developed societies modern techniques have been used in the United Kingdom over a period of three decades. Further-mention is this study on Livestock Water Productivity in India and how it can be relevant to Sub-Saharan countries mainly in arid and semi-arid regions (ASAL) on rain water harvesting and use. The strategies, lessons and best practices using a sustainable resources theory and its practice as well as analysis have been used. Various lessons have been given for adoption and implementation in sustainable living and learning for developing societies as Kenya.
Keywords: Developing societies, rain-water harvesting, sustainable techniques
Sep 25, 2017
How to Cite
WANDERA, Moses. Sustainable Rain-Water Harvesting Strategies: Lessons and Opportunities for Developing Societies Africa. Proceedings of Sustainable Research and Innovation Conference, [S.l.], p. 106-116, sep. 2017. ISSN 2079-6226. Available at: <http://sri.jkuat.ac.ke/ojs/index.php/proceedings/article/view/585>. Date accessed: 21 jan. 2019.
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