Water & Sanitation Innovative ways to improve access to basic human needs
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.
To ensure that its clean-water initiatives will stick and grow, Splash works with local partners that will take over when it moves on.
An effort to improve sanitation in developing countries yields lessons in how to achieve enduring, broad-based social impact.
The lack of toilets in India has a disproportionate impact on adolescent girls.
Covering the “last mile” in distribution is important, but it’s the “last yard” that wins or loses the race.
The 21st century needs to harness the power of water, and the battered coastal city of New Orleans may just have the goods to do it.
Several ventures now under way in developing countries show how networks of connected machines can drive economic growth.
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.
An immense cross-sector partnership is responsible for the immunization success story.