The second edition of the programme was hosted by WASSUP – the Water, Amenities and Sanitation Services Upgrade Programme – and DACN – the Diepsloot Arts & Culture Network – in the township of Diepsloot, Gauteng. The project was hosted in South Africa by Sticky Situations, with further local support from the Father Louis Blondel Youth Centre and the Wot-If Trust.
The project took place in Diepsloot from 9-15 July, 2016. Outcomes of a period of monitoring and evaluation of final works will be further showcased as part of the World Plumbing Conference in Cape Town, from 15-16 Sept, 2016.
International Partners for the current programme are Healthabitat and Autodesk Education Experiences, with participating student teams representing South Africa, Australia, India and the United States of America.
Discover more from the 2016 project on our Resources page.
Community Plumbing Challenge 2015: Nashik, India