Through the WIDI socio economic advancement for women is achieved by addressing a fundamental barrier to many women in the developing world: menstruation. Women and girls are empowered through educating girls, communities, and women about hygiene and reproductive health while also providing sustainable cottage industry economic opportunities for women through sanitary pad production technology.
To introduce Vermiculture and Vermicomposting through Earthworm Eco-Technology to rural poor farmers. This is a indigenous, economic and easy technology to convert all bio-degradable and other animal waste into best quality organic manure . Awareness project is being implemented through demonstrations and with the help of students of village schools, who’s parents are key stakeholders
The Samburu Project´s initiative is aimed at providing easy access to clean, safe drinking water to communities in the Samburu District, Kenya. With water, it becomes possible to impact other aspects of community life including education, healthcare, income generation and women´s empowerment. With water, development happens.
Metamorphosis seeks to address the problem of poor hygiene and sanitary practices in Lagos State through the provision of modern public toilet facilities to reduce open defecation and effective development communication tools to bring about behaviour change. Maintenance is carried out by her facilities management company MN Environmental Services. Hygiene education is carried out by Metamorphosis.
Women in developing countries spend an average of six hours per day collecting water — time that could be spent learning or working. This project will promote hygienic practices for protecting children against diseases by engaging women in a revenue linked health awareness program that would be supported by micro-utility services for supplying affordable safe water to rural areas.
Pump Aid is an international water and sanitation charity based in Africa and the UK. It exists to combat the global water crisis using the Elephant Pump and Elephant Toilet technology. The charity establishes sustainable supplies of clean water and mechanisms to create safer sanitation. Pump Aid works to improve health and support the local agriculture and economies. Rural community members can utilise the clean water source for drinking, washing and irrigation that can lead to generating income from their vegetable crops.
KICK TO KITANU (Bacteria, Virus, and sickness) is based on a football game for children and youth. It is played between two teams known as Kitanu (Bacteria, Virus, and sickness) and cleanliness. The Match is designed to encourage youth to make as a part in the process of understand sanitation throgh game .
The solar box cookers developed by the Solar Women uses only energy from the sun to cook food. This is a simple, appropriate technology for rural Nicaragua that brings cooking outside of the home, eliminating air contaminants that can be harmful to health. On a sunny day the cookers can achieve temperatures as high as any gas fired oven, eliminating the need for any external fuel source.
To develop a sustainable rural health care service delivery system combining both preventive and curative health care services with a focus in safe motherhood. It is operated now in Bangladesh with 20 Health care centers. It can be scaled up in other developing countries as a model of sustainable health care approach which helps to reduce MMR(MDG-5) & under-5 mortality rate(MDG-4).