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Medentech Ltd is a product development and manufacturing company specialising in disinfection, hygiene and water purification products worldwide. Medentech has a long history of supplying products to international and national aid agencies and NGOs (e.g., water purification and disinfection in the...
Development Partners for Eastern Europe (DPEE) is dedicated to the restoration and raising of the standard of living in the countries of Eastern Europe and CIS by fostering sustainable community development.
VODA Uganda is a community based organisation serving the poor and disadvantaged children and their families in Namuganga subcounty, a rural part of Mukono District. VODA empowers the poor with skills to enable them to identify, explore and utilise their potential in addressing the problems...
Microfinance agencies enable entrepreneurs in Bangladesh to provide more sanitation technology options
Pakistan has taken an important step towards improved sanitation through a major sector assessment and setting up of a core group that seeks to move communities beyond open defecation free (ODF) status. WSP, an international engineering consulting agency, is a member of this group.
Following the findings of the Rüschlikon-Conference a process was initiated to find ways in which the private sector participation (PSP) projects could be evaluated in order to develop further and to improve the rules of the game for PSP. Based on field experience it should be possible to elaborate...
India's giant Tata Group on Monday unveiled a new low-cost water purifier, hoping to do for health what it did for motoring and provide affordable, safe drinking water for millions and cut disease.
UNICEF Corporate Partnerships - Examples, a series of web pages, details UNICEF's corporate partnerships with a range of companies.
This map draws on the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) drinking water and sanitation target data. The map features 162 countries and each is coloured a different shade to indicate country status in relation to the other nations featured.
"In 2002, in sub-Saharan Africa, approximately 42 percent of the population did not have easy access to a safe water supply, and about 64 percent did not have access to basic sanitary facilities."
Association pour l'Alphabétisation et la Promotion des Infrastructures et de la Santé au Togo- Apis Togo
The Association for the Elimination of Illiteracy and Promotion of the Infrastuctures and Health in Togo (Apis Togo) is a French NGO working for the development of a village in Togo, and for better understanding between young people in France and Togo. Apis Togo works with an Italian partner and...