Author
Hayman, S. K.

Year of Publishing
2014

Publisher
University of South Florida

Institution
College of Engineering

Evaluation of Hand Augered Well Technologies’ Capacity to Improve Access to Water in Coastal Ngöbe Communities in Panama MSc thesis submitted to University of South Florida 2014

Description:

In Panama, the indigenous Ngöbe people in the ÑöKribo coastal area are a group disproportionately affected by a lack of improved access to drinking water and challenges to the feasibility of piped gravity fed water systems that typically serve the rest of the country. An NGO aiming to ameliorate this situation introduced two improved groundwater supply technologies to the region: bailers and EMAS hand pumps. This study assesses the comparative performance of these systems while evaluating the respective performances of existing water sources, using the wide variety of quantitative and qualitative data obtained.

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Bibliographical Information:

Hayman, S. K. (2014) Evaluation of Hand Augered Well Technologies’ Capacity to Improve Access to Water in Coastal Ngöbe Communities in Panama. MSc thesis submitted to University of South Florida 2014 , College of Engineering , University of South Florida , Tampa, Florida


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