PriSan I Sanitation for Prisons: A promising concept for prisons to lower infection rates & environmental pollution through advanced sanitation

Penerbit:BORDA (Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association) BORDA SEA-BEST-Balifokus-LPTP, 4 hal
No. Klasifikasi:338.76 BRE p
Kata Kunci:leaflet, profil, PriSan Sanitation for prisons, DEWATS services package
Lokasi:Perpustakaan AMPL, Telp. 021 - 31904113

In many low-income countries, prison population suffer from chronic poor health, mainly caused by lack of clear water and hygiene; problems have changed little in the last years. Poor hygiene and sanitation facilitates promoted the spread of infectious and parasitic diseases like worm infections or diarrhoea. Insufficient wastewater treatment or even discharge of completely untreated wastewater are among the main reasons for poor sanitation and complaints from the neighbourhood. Prisons staff has usually no technical knowledge for dealing with the operation and the maintenance of wastewater treatment systems. Wastewater discharge options are limited (no or insufficient sewer systems). It is necessary that sewage systems throughout prisons need to be reorganised in order to avoid contamination of water resources and to improve health and hygiene conditions for prisoners.

DEWATS PriSan as an affordable, aesthetically pleasing and totally adaptable wastewater treatment solution, that aims to advance sanitation conditions in prisons.


Poor health conditions in prisons

Further problems resulting from insufficient sanitation

Main challenge

BORDA Indonesia’s Partner Network

BORDA BNS Networks Mission

DEWATS Service Packages

DEWATS for Prisons

Key features of PriSan

Implementation steps of PriSan

Benefits of DEWATS for Prisons

Additional benefits

Example Cambodia

PriSan – a promising concept

Vietnam, Cambodia

DEWATS Service Packages

Post Date : 06 April 2010