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September 8, 2020

Bringing it back to life!

Written by Annmarie Morin, Waterstep Products Manager About 18 months ago, I was tasked with bringing to life BASEflow’s bleach-making initiative that was introduced to us […]
January 17, 2020

VIDEO: Jordani – the well that’s doing so much more!

In mid-2018, an artesian well was discovered in the small village of Jordani in Blantyre District that had been flowing, non-stop, since 2007. Until early 2019, […]
May 20, 2019

VIDEO – Jordani: the well that never stops flowing.

Artesian water is groundwater that is under pressure when tapped by a borehole and, usually, rises to the surface unaided by expensive infrastructure. Malawi has approximately […]
April 3, 2019

Annmarie talks WaterStep

Our WaterStep product Manager was recently interviewed by Malawi News Agency – MANA on how BASEflow, together with WaterStep, are helping flood survivors with safe water. […]
April 3, 2019

BASEflow Call Centre rated highly!

Written by, BASEflow Call Center Team At the end of any financial year, everyone looks forward to closing a chapter and starting a fresh new page where anything is […]
March 27, 2019

#Malawifloods2019: A soon-to-be-forgotten story

Blog post by Muthi Nhlema, Team Leader It’s been about three weeks since The President of the Republic of Malawi declared a State of Disaster after […]
February 26, 2019

Can it be capped?

Written by Edward Maferano, BASEflow’s Program Specialist – Catchments (With input from Nick Mannix) When I was part of the research team, together with Helen Robinson […]
February 5, 2019

Jordani: the well that never stops flowing!

Field update from BASEflow’s Assistant Hydrogeologist, Given Nyasulu Jordan Village, a rural community in Blantyre District, and the target community for the Scottish Government’s Climate Justice […]
April 18, 2018

BASEflow’s Paper Accepted at International Conference

BASEflow’s paper on the Madzi Ndiye Moyo radio series, which aired mid-2017, has been selected for presentation at the 41st Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC) […]
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