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Haiti Tec Students Learn Safe Sanitation Practices

Sanitation conditions in the Carribean nation of Haiti have been inadequate and non-hygienic for decades. Add to that the devastating effect of the 2010 earthquake that rocked this poverty-stricken country, and the sanitation situation became deadly.

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American Standard engineer Jim McHale, Ph.D. joins Haiti Tec plumbing instructor Mackenson Picot in discussing safe sanitation solutions with students at this trade school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Haiti Tec Students Learn Safe Sanitation Practices

Sanitation conditions in the Carribean nation of Haiti have been inadequate and non-hygienic for decades. Add to that the devastating effect of the 2010 earth

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American Standard engineer Jim McHale, Ph.D. joins Haiti Tec plumbing instructor Mackenson Picot in discussing safe sanitation solutions with students at this trade school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Haiti Tec Students Learn Safe Sanitation Practices

Sanitation conditions in the Carribean nation of Haiti have been inadequate and non-hygienic for decades. Add to that the devastating effect of the 2010 earth

Read More

Improved Sanitation Devices Bring Better Hygiene to Sub-Saharan Africa

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Villagers in Sub-Saharan Africa face a dismal reality — nearly three-quarters of them do not have access to adequate sanitation to go to the bathroom.

Read More

Eunus Family Photo

SaTo Toilet Pan Improves Life without Changing It

Inadequate sanitation is a daily reality in Bangladesh, often leading to disease and premature death, especially among children. The United Nations reports th

Read More

American Standard engineer Jim McHale, Ph.D. joins Haiti Tec plumbing instructor Mackenson Picot in discussing safe sanitation solutions with students at this trade school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Haiti Tec Students Learn Safe Sanitation Practices

Sanitation conditions in the Carribean nation of Haiti have been inadequate and non-hygienic for decades. Add to that the devastating effect of the 2010 earth

Read More

Improved Sanitation Devices Bring Better Hygiene to Sub-Saharan Africa

Improved Sanitation Devices Bring Better Hygiene to Sub-Saharan Africa

Villagers in Sub-Saharan Africa face a dismal reality — nearly three-quarters of them do not have access to adequate sanitation to go to the bathroom.

Read More

Eunus Family Photo

SaTo Toilet Pan Improves Life without Changing It

Inadequate sanitation is a daily reality in Bangladesh, often leading to disease and premature death, especially among children. The United Nations reports th

Read More