An EU H2020 project
June 2016 - May 2019
FLOWERED consortium is composed by eight institutions legally established in the European Union...Read More
The FLOWERED project methodology is organised into laboratory and field scale research activities...Read More
FLOWERED objective is to contribute to the development of a sustainable water management system in areas affected by fluoride (F) contamination in water, soils and food in the African Rift Valley countries (Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania), thus to improve living standards (environmental, health and food security) of its population.
The structure of FLOWERED work plan is based on three main pillars:
Special attention will be focused on the technical feasibility, and even more important, on the social acceptance of the local communities toward the technologies developed and proposed. The lack of these "ingredients" may represent relevant obstacles and barriers for the implementation of the technologies at local scale.
To support the dissemination activities of this project with specific web-GIS tools designed for the local, regional and international policy makers and institutions and integrated in the website of the project This WP will start at the beginning of the project with the implementation of the first data and metadatasharing system and it will continue throughout the project duration.
The objective is to ensure compliance with the "ethics requirements" set out in this work package.
Relation to the Work Programme:
The project FLOWERED addresses the themes and scientific scopes of WATER:
Development of water supply and sanitation technology, systems and tools, and/or methodologies.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°690378
Read about our Field Activity, Meetings & Dissemination
A team of NRD-UNISS carried out field visits at the research target areas in Tanzania ...Read More
A field activity (related to WP4) has been carried out by the team of UNICA and UOE, in Nakuru ...Read More