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Zana Pads

ZanaAfrica

ZanaAfrica works with community-based organizations to teach girls about menstrual hygiene management and help them access reusable and disposable sanitary pads.

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Bridging Skilled Human Resource Gap in WASH

WASH Institute (WASHi)

WASH Institute (WASHi) builds the capacity of water, sanitation, and hygiene professionals in India, including government officials and NGOs, primarily through trainings-of-trainers (TOTs) and a formal diploma program.

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Sanitation Entrepreneur Development

Svadha

Svadha links rural entrepreneurs with high quality sanitation materials and assists them in implementing sanitation infrastructure.

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Self-Help Group Financing Schemes for Sanitation

Integrated Village Development Project (IVDP)

Integrated Village Development Project (IVDP) provides access to financing through self-help groups for sanitation facilities in India.

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Prawah: Waterless Urinals in Schools

Ekam Eco Solutions

Ekam Eco Solutions provides waterless urinals to schools in order to promote water conservation and sustainable sanitation.

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Aakar Innovations

Aakar Innovations

Aakar helps local women produce compostable menstrual pads in mini-factories in villages or urban slums and builds awareness on menstrual hygiene.

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Shinle Pastoral Development and Resilience Building Project

Pastoralist Welfare Organization (PWO)

The Pastoralist Welfare Organization (PWO) provides innovative solutions to water scarcity in arid lands through the harvesting of run-off rainwater.

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Soap Road Show Sensitization

Tanzania Water and Sanitation Network (TAWASANET)

Soap Road Show is a sensitization program which targets communities and local government as stakeholders on issues related to the improvement of sanitation, hygiene and environment conservation at the local levels.

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Water Facility Program

Community Based Health Care Council (CBHCC)

CBHCC designs and implements a variety of rural WASH interventions in close collaboration with the community to improve access to clean water and sanitation and promote community ownership and management of the facilities.

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Water Stations Operated by Local Entrepreneurs in Tanzania

Gongali Model Co.Ltd

Gongali manufactures and provides water filters, which are adapted to filtering out the types of contamination found in local communities in Tanzania, to entrepreneurs to start water businesses.

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Food Security Program

Agri Service Ethiopia (ASE)

Agri Service Ethiopia (ASE) trains communities on watershed management and eco-friendly agricultural techniques in order to ensure a reliable long-term water source in rural Ethiopia.

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WASH Enterprise Incubator in Tanzania

Maji Safi kwa Afya Bora Ifakara (MSABI)

MSABI is a Social Business Incubator which pioneers progressive and innovative hardware and software systems that create and “spin-off” independent and locally owned WASH service delivery businesses.

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Women’s WASH Promotion

Katosi Women Development Trust (KWDT)

KWDT's integrated water, hygiene and sanitation program engages and supports women to increase their access to clean and safe drinking water, access to adequate sanitation, and to improve hygiene in households and communities.

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Child-Focused Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion

Give Water

Give Water works with local governments and communities to install water pipes and improve hygiene and sanitation practices in rural Ethiopia.

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Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A)

Rural Initiative for Community Empowerment West Nile (RICE-WN)

The SSH4A program creates demand for proper sanitation and practice of safe hygiene behaviors in the communities served using innovative approaches that utilize the locally available materials.

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