CUVE Waters

Films

WaterChanges – The CuveWaters Film

WaterChanges

The prize-winning director and cameraman Gerardo Milsztein takes you directly into a region dominated by extreme weather conditions, the Cuvelai Etosha Basin. For the last eight years, the transdisciplinary research project CuveWaters, led by ISOE and collaborating closely with the local population, has been developing new water technologies that allow year-round access to water. Read more...

 

WaterChanges (Trailer)

Take a short glimpse on "Water Changes - the CuveWaters film". The prize-winning director and cameraman Gerardo Milsztein takes you directly into a region dominated by extreme weather conditions, the Cuvelai Etosha Basin and inside the transdisciplinary research project CuveWaters. Read more...

 

Technologies

Flood and Rainwater Harvesting

Floods and droughts characterize the Cuvelai-Etosha-Basin. Meet the inhabitants of Epyeshona and Iipopo who can now use the natural water resources all year round: with the plants for rain and floodwater harvesting implemented by CuveWaters. Read more...

 

Groundwater Desalination

The villages of Amarika and Akutsima are located where the central water pipelines end. CuveWaters has installed groundwater desalination plants in the region which now produce high-quality drinking water. Read more...

 

Sanitation and Water Reuse

Get an insight how the CuveWaters sanitation project has changed the lives of Outapis inhabitants. The new washhouses and sanitary facilities give them a place for personal hygiene, washing and privacy. Read more...

 

Sanitation (Animation)

This tangibly designed film demonstrates how the new sanitation and water reuse system in Outapi works. The animation shows the different designs which were implemented by CuveWaters and explains the procedure of the whole sanitation and reuse technology. Read more...

 

Aquadome CuveWaters

Aquadome CuveWaters

This film about the research project CuveWaters was presented as an "Aquadome" film in 3D on the trade fair IFAT. It shows how to sustainably use water resources in Northern Namibia with the help of rain-, flood- and groundwater storage. Read more...