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This deliverable is summarizing the guidelines for the generic S(P)EEDKITS packaging concept. It has the goal to reinforce the practical usability of the kits being developed in the other Work Packages.

This deliverable presents the designs for four types of sheltering systems: Type 01 - Clever Roof; Type 02 – Multipurpose Unit; Type 03 – SmartTARP for transitional shelter and Type 04 – Mobile Modular Unit.

This deliverable contains a detailed definition of the requirements and specifications of the watsan kits. The full document gives already the first ideas for the kits towards concept and design.

This document reports on the further development of the various watsan kits (concept, design, early prototype) as well as the next steps to be taken. Not all kits under development follow exactly the same path or timing. Most important is that the work...

This deliverable covers the design phase and first evaluation of the various potential kits of container based medical infrastructure.

This deliverable analyses existing small-scale and / or flexible digester types and describes own developed of alternative ideas for flexible digesters.

This deliverable, covers the first phase of the development of the so-called Mobile Recycling Kit (MRK),and reports on the definition and design phase of the kits.

From January to April 2014, five master students from Unesco IHE and TU Delft ventured to Blantyre Malawi to conduct experiments on pit latrine sludge. The aim of the field work was to investigate simple, low-tech faecal sludge sanitation methods to...

18-06-2014 S(P)EEDKITS partner The Netherlands Red Cross has currently a job opening for a “Project Manager Response Preparedness”. As Project Manager you will become part of the Disaster Response Unit. Part of the job will be related to the S(P)EEDKITS...

Speedkits partner De Mobile Factory got the opportunity to explain the concept of transforming debris into useful building bricks via a containerised solution on the Dutch business channel Z24. More info (in Dutch) can be found here.