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The Kasiisi Project Girls’ Program

The Kibale Forest Schools' Program

The Kasiisi Project Girls Support Program has three main initiatives: keeping girls in school, informing them about their sexual health, and helping them become economically independent.

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School Sanitation Services

Saraplast Pvt. Ltd.

Saraplast is a for-profit company dedicated to providing adequate sanitation and hygiene products and services to the poor in India, particularly for schools which require these services for their students.

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I-Care Pads

Afri-Can Foundation

I-Care produces high-quality, washable sanitary pads, and provides healthy menstrual hygiene training and financial literacy that inspire confidence and equip vulnerable girls and women. In schools, I-Care also establishes health and saving clubs.

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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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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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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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Integrating Sustainable Health and Educational Development with Menstrual Hygiene Management

Tiret Community Empowerment for Change Association (TCECA)

TCECA has a comprehensive, school-focused approach to menstrual hygiene management education and WASH resource provision.

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School Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion

Oromo Self Reliance Association (OSRA)

OSRA targets school communities to increase access to WASH software such as education about hygiene combined with hardware such as sanitation facilities at school. Focusing on the two together reinforces change.

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Safi Pads: Reusable Menstrual Pads

Impact Africa Industries

Impact Africa is an organization that seeks to empower young girls and women by giving them affordable sanitary pad kits to support their continued education.

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Innovative Water Harvesting Systems

Rural Agency for Community Development and Assistance (RACIDA)

RACIDA provides environmentally and financially sustainable access to water through solar-powered water pump systems and rainwater harvesting in communities and schools in Ethiopia.

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Tanzania SMART Centre

SHIPO

The Tanzania SMART Centre trains local private sector actors in the manufacturing, selling and installing of affordable WASH technologies to rural and semi-urban households.

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Leveraging Local Infrastructure for Menstrual Hygiene Managment

Kasturba Gandhi National Memorial Trust (KGNMT)

KGNMT provides low-income women and girls with information about their body, health and hygienic menstrual practices, along with access to low-cost sanitary napkins.

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