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2017 roof water harvesting repair in Atebes the tanker was used for water distribution in 2016 A second water harvesting system also repaired another apple tree

Consortium for Capacity Building (CCB), University of Colorado at Boulder

Org #4841
Vetted since 2010
1974
year founded
$10,864
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

The CCB is an educational, outreach, and networking organization at the University of Colorado, Boulder. CCB focuses on enhancing the value and use of climate, water, and weather information for the betterment of societies and the well being of individuals around the world.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Tsegay Wolde-Georgis
Tsegay Wolde-Georgis
Team
Michael H Glantz, Tsegay Wolde-Georgis, Qian Ye, Michael H. Glantz, Tsegay Wolde-Georgis, Arielle de la Poterie, Robert J Ross, Hidetoshi Abe
Organization Information
Campus Box 450, 1560 30th St
Boulder, Colorado 80203
United States
(303) 492-7842

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3116940777
Organization Information
Campus Box 450, 1560 30th St
Boulder, Colorado 80203
United States
(303) 492-7842

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3116940777

Project Reports

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Sep 25, 2018
Getting ready for the Fall apple harvest
Dear friends and supporters, I hope you had a great summer. The rainy season in our project area is over. Water has been harvested in the pilot project site. Our participants are gerrting ready for...
Jun 27, 2018
Planning for the rainy season that starts soon
Dear supporters and friends, I hope all is well and that you are enjoying the summer. In the village of atebes where out project is located the rainy season is going to start soon.  The...
Mar 28, 2018
water productivity and clay pots published
Dear supporters, One of the key technologies for our gardens project in dry areas has been the use of clay pots for sub-surface irrigation. Our volunteer, Amanuel Gebru decided to pursue his MSc...
 
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