Assainissement

Community-Generated Video Sharing for Spreading Health-Related Knowledge

le secteur de la société civile

Our organization works in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, one of the poorest states in India. The area is predominantly rural and has for centuries been plagued by abject poverty. High birth rates (5-8 children per household) and high infant mortality rates are the norm. There's a severe lack of basic knowledge of maternal health.

Lokarpit Voice Forum and Database

le secteur de la société civile

Our organization works in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, one of the poorest states in India. The area is predominantly rural and has for centuries been plagued by abject poverty. High birth rates (5-8 children per household) and high infant mortality rates are the norm. There's a severe lack of basic knowledge of maternal health.

*Y.C.* Health awareness & micro-utility services through retail distribution of mineral drinking water by women joint liability

le secteur de la société civile

Women in developing countries spend an average of six hours per day collecting water — time that could be spent in child care and parenting, learning, or working. This project primarily addresses the basic health care, sanitation and malnutrition of mother and child in socio-economically challenged and ecologically fragile areas..

Low-Cost Technology to setup Mini Sanitary Napkin Manufacturing Machine for Underprivileged Women World Wide

à but lucratif

We have Innovated, Designed,Tested and Implemented Low-Cost Technology of over of Mini Sanitary Napkin-making Machine aimed at Providing Sustainable Livelihood, Improving Hygine and Eco-Friendly usage by Under Privileged Woman and Adolescent girls. Successful 200+ units running since 3 years across India. Ours is a new technology that meets an unmet need for Women - that is replicable World Wide!

Recycling for a better life in Mayan Communities

The project will help small Mayan rural communities in the southern Mexican state of Quintana Roo to develop efficient ways to recycle waste and to obtain economic resources to improve their living conditions through this activity.
The project will have a direct impact on the health of the area residents which are about 700 Mayans and the wildlife of the area.
Availability of funds will allow the project to research and develop sustainable sources of energy based on high energy waste recycling.

Espagnol

Lieu

Mexico City
Mexique
19° 27' 10.386" N, 99° 10' 17.994" W
MX

Women, Wisdom & Worms

le secteur de la société civile

In Western Guatemala many women who live below the poverty line rely on small farms to subsidize their family income. By utilizing the wonders of science & technology these women can advance economically & socially, while being environmentally conscious. The use of worms to digest organic waste (vermicomposting) produces a nutritious pesticide-free fertilizer that supports healthy crop yield.

Uniject

The Uniject device is a pre-filled one-time use syringe developed by PATH. A pre-filled, pre-dosed vaccine enables untrained health workers to give life-saving vaccines without wastage, mis-dosing and spread of infection (because the syringe is used only once). Currently this device is available pre-filled with hepatitis B vaccine or tetanus toxoid. The device is being field-tested for use with other medications, such as gentamicin, which is used to treat life-threatening infections in infants.

Anglais

Lieu

Seattle, WA
États Unis
47° 34' 59.9808" N, 122° 19' 6.1752" W
US
Portrait de Joselyn DiPetta

Health and Sanitation Program

Zema Setoch Lefitih Maheber is committed to the empowerment of women through the implementation of programs such as Health, Water and Sanitation. The impacts of this program include improved personal and environmental hygiene as a result of the awareness programs and the provision of model water and sanitation schemes, a decline in the burden of women and female children to fetch water from distant places and a reduction in the level of hygiene and sanitation related diseases.

Anglais

Lieu

Ethiopie
10° 14' 3.3324" N, 41° 54' 26.5932" E
ET

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