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Water for Bilibiza

Grupo de Saneamento de Bilibiza (GSB)

GSB installs tube wells which are produced and maintained locally, using simple low-cost technology, in addition to constructing latrines and distributing table top filters to support water, sanitation, and agriculture in Mozambique.

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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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Pilot in Low Cost Sanitation Areas II (PLOCSAN II)

Water and Sanitation Association of Zambia (WASAZA)

PLOCSAN II aims to reduce underground water contamination and improve toilet quality through the introduction of innovative biogas technologies, as well as training water utilities staff to apply community participatory approaches.

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Usafi wa Mazingira Tanzania (UMATA)

Peoples' Development Forum (PDF)

Usafi wa Mazingira Tanzania (UMATA) is part of the National Sanitation Campaign designed and implemented by the Government of Tanzania. It seeks to increase access to and use of improved sanitation facilities and with changed sanitation behaviors at scale.

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Emergency WASH & Livestock Response

Afar Pastoralist Development Association (APDA)

APDA works with communities to design, implement, and manage local sources of safe water, and trains WASH committees in not only water management, but also hygiene and sanitation awareness.

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Baby for Me (B4M)

Kilele Foundation

Baby for me is a disposable sanitary pad program which aims to support girls to stay in school and feel confident in their communities. It provides a long term solution to poor families that cannot afford artificial sanitary pads for their girls.

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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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The Menstrual Dignity Project

Dignity Period

The Menstrual Dignity Project aims to keep girls in school by providing menstrual hygiene kits that include reuseable, washable menstrual pads, underwear, and soap. The project is being piloted in Tigray, with hopes to expand into other parts of Ethiopia.

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Sheet Shell Sand Filter

Desert Rose

Desert Rose has patented a cheaper, lighter, and easier-to-produce filter than traditional cement biosand filters.

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Integrated Food Security and Sanitation

Ethiopia Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus Development & Social Service Commission (EECMY)

EECMY combines food security and sanitation by working with communities to build EcoSan toilets and complementary composting initiatives for agricultural production.

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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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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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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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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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