Water & Sanitation Innovative ways to improve access to basic human needs
A project undertaken by Indian NGO Gram Vikas shows how efforts to solve a particular social problem can have a far reaching impact on an entire social system.
Sewage treatment systems are being built that are simpler and less expensive.
Gramalaya combines community mobilization with education and microfinance.
MHT helped launch a community-driven initiative to improve sanitation.
Why investors need to integrate rights and accountability into development finance, and how they can begin.
Academic-humanitarian collaborations that mobilize rigorous scientific research can improve the effectiveness of aid efforts.
One of India’s biggest challenges is providing clean water to all of its 1.3 billion citizens.
One of India’s largest, and most intractable, challenges is providing clean water to all of its 1.2 billion citizens.
A model of social entrepreneurship focused on market-based solutions and profit is threatening to crowd out more collaborative approaches.
Carbon for Water is engaged in a loopy funding scheme and offers a lousy public health solution.