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As part of the preservation of the environment and the fight against climate change, Action Against Hunger proposes solar pumping approaches to its project managers.
In a world where the challenges of greenhouse gas emissions and environmental preservation are ever more important, and where the challenges of sustainable access to water resources require sustainable and efficient solutions, Action Against Hunger suggests that its project managers and coordinators in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Food Security and Livelihoods (FSLH) sectors consider solar pumping approaches.
Easy to design, environmentally friendly, affordable to implement and very low in running costs, the solar solution has many programmatic advantages, and is increasingly attractive to humanitarian actors, user communities and donors alike.
Through the guide for the design and implementation of solar pumping, you will understand that it is not useful to be too precise in the technical specifications of your request for quotation, and that it is imperative to specify the expected results of your borehole.
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