Tag: Improve sanitation

Rob Goodier

School attendance improves with clean water and handwashing programs in developing countries

March 18, 2014

Filtered water at schools and handwashing programs at home may promote better attendance, two new studies suggest. Every day...

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Rob Goodier

Five Questions with Jack Sim

August 14, 2013

We need an international conversation about poop, Jack Sim says. We are highly aware and can even wax eloquent...

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Mike Mader

World Toilet Day: Global Branding at Zero Cost

July 17, 2013

About this Webinar: In September 2000, world leaders came together at United Nations in New York to adopt the...

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Rob Goodier

10 Ways to Put Human Waste to Use

November 21, 2012

It was hard to limit the list to just ten. With a mix of proven technologies, award- winning prototypes...

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Jason Kass

High Tech-toilets? What we need is a low-tech toilet revolution

November 18, 2012

If technologies were listed in order of sexiness, poop management might rank near the bottom. But thanks to the...

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Rob Goodier

E4C visualized: Poop and the $42 million challenge to reinvent the toilet

September 7, 2012

Poor sanitation is one of the biggest killers and causes of sickness in developing countries. Overflowing pit latrines, a...

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Rob Goodier

A bike-powered poop pump is redefining low-cost sanitation

April 6, 2011

Meet the next generation of bicycle-powered devices for developing countries: a pit latrine pump. It’s the offspring of locally...

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Rob Goodier

Sanitation and bridge in La Granja and Nuevo Ferrocarril, El Salvador

October 31, 2010

Waste water from sinks, showers, and toilets once spilled into the streets of La Granja, a small town in...

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Rob Goodier

Toilets for mushrooms: An experiment to improve sanitation

October 20, 2010

This is a story of how mushroom sales are solving a sanitation problem in rural Bolivia. Or if you’re...

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