Water trucking is a commonly implemented, but severely under-researched, drinking water supply intervention in humanitarian response
Somali Region of Ethiopia has been affected by drought for several years.
Background. Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) are immediate priorities for human survival and dignity in emergencies.
To provide safe drinking water and reduce the risk of disease, emergency responders in southern Syria are implementing a multilevel
This discussion paper summarizes the results and implications of a study commissioned by the World Bank to conduct
Emergency water trucking (EWT) is typically a short-term, life-saving intervention that is used to cover interruptions in water serv
Large-scale urban WASH programming requires different approaches to those normally employed in Oxfam emergency response activities.
A number of organizations engaged in tanker trucks to deliver water to populations affected by the 2005 tsunami in Indonesia.
When the Asian tsunami struck the Andaman Islands, nearly 7,000 people were relocated in six camps.