Better Access to Water in Nicaragua

This project contributes to the empowerment of food security of the population in the municipality of Tipitapa, Nicaragua, through access to clean water for human consumption, improved sanitation and water for backyard gardens.

Women and Youth in Waste Management, Bolivia

This project aims to establish a sustainable system for organic waste management in Turrialba, Costa Rica. By implementing a pilot program for selective organic waste collection and composting, we seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote a circular economy.

Circular Economy for Organic Waste in Turrialba, Costa Rica

This project aims to establish a sustainable system for organic waste management in Turrialba, Costa Rica. By implementing a pilot program for selective organic waste collection and composting, we seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote a circular economy.

Sustainable access to clean drinking water in Tanzania

The project aims to provide long-term access to clean drinking water for people living in dispersed and underserved areas. By training local technicians in manual drilling techniques and pump production and installation, the project not only ensures that local entrepreneurs have the skills to construct, maintain or repair the systems but also that there is a demand for their services.

Help to self-help: Clean Water for Zambia

Zambia has 5 to 6 months of no rainfall which limits crop farmers’ responsibility. The goal of this project is to build a long-lasting self-supply chain in water to improve the livelihoods of rural communities in Zambia.