#sanitation

  • Article: This New Vaccine Could Prevent Infants from Contracting Typhoid
    Water & Sanitation

    This New Vaccine Could Prevent Infants from Contracting Typhoid

    By David Brand|Oct. 25, 2017

    It’s a big public health win, especially for communities that lack clean water and safe sanitation. Read more

  • Article: 13 Far-Fetched Ideas That Might Actually Save the World
    Finance & Innovation

    13 Far-Fetched Ideas That Might Actually Save the World

    By Gabriella Canal|Sept. 8, 2017

    Robot death traps for Zika-carrying mosquitoes, edible drones, and more. Read more

  • Article: After a Deadly Mudslide, Sierra Leone Will Vaccinate Over 500K Against Cholera
    Health

    After a Deadly Mudslide, Sierra Leone Will Vaccinate Over 500K Against Cholera

    By Gabriella Canal|Sept. 7, 2017

    With limited access to clean water and sanitation, cholera could “spread like wildfire.” Read more

  • Article: How The ‘PooGate’ Tinder Date is Unexpectedly Raising Hundreds for Toilets in Developing Countries
    Water & Sanitation

    How The ‘PooGate’ Tinder Date is Unexpectedly Raising Hundreds for Toilets in Developing Countries

    By Imogen Calderwood|Sept. 6, 2017

    The worst date in the world actually has a happy ending. Read more

  • Article: 4,000,000 Pounds of Trash Cleared in World’s Largest Beach Cleanup
    Water & Sanitation

    4,000,000 Pounds of Trash Cleared in World’s Largest Beach Cleanup

    By Garima Bakshi|Aug. 23, 2016

    Once known for its fishing culture, Versova beach became infamous as one of the dirtiest beaches. Read more

  • Article: Geeta Biswas leads her village to ODF
    Water & Sanitation

    Geeta Biswas leads her village to end open defecation

    July 1, 2016

    "This is the biggest reward and my greatest achievement so far." Read more

  • Article: Citizens across Africa want their governments to clean up their water systems
    Water & Sanitation

    Citizens across Africa want their governments to clean up their water systems

    By Katherine Curtiss |April 13, 2016

    When more people have access to cell phone service than piped water there is a problem. Read more

  • Article: Impact Report: the power of global citizens' voices on World Water Day
    ImpactWater & Sanitation

    Impact Report: the power of global citizens' voices on World Water Day

    By Murphy McAnulty|March 31, 2016|Global Poverty Project

    Global Citizens use their voices on World Water Day and the impact was pretty amazing Read more