||January 16, 2016 |
Project to Bring Clean Water to Remote Part of Kenya
Tomoyuki Tsutsui and Keitaro Kakoi are Japanese university students working as interns at Grassroots Water Limited. Grassroots, a Nairobi company, and the interns are bringing clean and convenient water to people in Kenya.
||October 14, 2015 |
ISU students build better future for Uganda
This summer, Sukup made her fifth trip to the Kamuli District in eastern Uganda, this time to lead a new group of ISU students working to improve rampant poverty and malnutrition in the sub-Saharan Africa nation.
||September 8, 2015 |
Rural Women Worldwide Are on the Frontlines of Climate Change
Eunice is mobilizing women in her community of Kilgoris, Kenya, to teach them the basic building steps and to make their own reduced-smoke clay stoves.
||August 25, 2015 |
Deceit, death and drought bring awakening for Blood:Water
As Nardella has worked to grow the Nashville-based nonprofit, raising $27 million to bring clean water and HIV/AIDS support to 1 million people in 11 African countries, she has been tested by deceit, death and drought.
||July 17, 2015|
Refugees can be innovators
A new report published by the University of Oxford's Refugee Studies Centre (RSC) on Friday showcases examples of refugee-led creative self-help and innovation from around the world. Based on research conducted in Jordan, South Africa, Uganda, Kenya and the USA, the report shows how people practice "bottom-up innovation" in the most difficult of circumstances.