Author
van Kinderen, I. and W. de Vries

Year of Publishing
2021

Publisher
Practica Foundation

Institution
Project Maji

Modular Building Project How data-driven and disruptive technologies can improve the sustainability of water services in rural Africa

Description:

The newly developed setup as tested in the pilot–referred to as modular building in this paper - is a small network of prepaid water kiosks fitted with a mechanical prepaid device. The system itself is adaptive: it can grow or decrease in size depending on the uptake or changing demographics. Thereby creating the ability to optimize the business case during the operational phase. Moreover, the system as a whole is sized based on field monitoring of existing water points in rural settings – ensuring an optimum balance between service levels versus costs.


Bibliographical Information:

van Kinderen, I. and W. de Vries (2021) Modular Building Project. How data-driven and disruptive technologies can improve the sustainability of water services in rural Africa , Project Maji , Practica Foundation , Netherlands/Ghana


DOWNLOADS (13)

Modular Building Project: Field findings of an action research pilot
pdf • Size: 1.87 MB


« back to the last page

close menu


close menu


close menu