Student Research

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Investigating the application of constructed wetlands in septic tank systems built on clay soils. A case study of Clydesdale Park, Gweru

The study is an assessment of the behaviour of clay soil where septic tanks are built on, to evaluate the hydraulic performance of a septic tank system.

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Assessment of the sustainability of solid waste management in Epworth
The research was carried out to control with intentions of wanting to understand the causes and effects of the continuous piling of domestic waste in Epworth.

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Sustainability Assessment of Solid Waste Management in Zimbabwe: A case study of Bulawayo Residential Suburbs

Improper management of solid waste poses many challenges to the stakeholders such as residents, local authorities, business community and other support groups.

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The role played by NGO’s in improving WASH in rural areas. Case study of Mbire Rural District.

The study sought to examine the role played by NGO’s in improving water and sanitation in Mbire rural district.

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Integrating early childhood development into primary school education system in Zimbabwe. Implications to WASH delivery in Zvishavane District Schools.

Schools are places where students actively stay most of their time during the day, and therefore for healthy and conducive learning environment, children need safe water for drinking and hand washing, and safe and friendly-to-use sanitation facilities.