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    Inclusive and sustainable service delivery

    From solar energy to the internet, safe water to recycling, be inspired by those who are working to transform the lives of communities through reliable service provisions. Their innovations make a difference everywhere from urban areas to refugee settlements.

    Take a closer look at our best practices

    • Indian women busy working
      20,000 Suns, Barefoot College and Hogan Lovells | India
      These Solar Mamas are bringing light!

      Barefoot College train illiterate and semi-literate women to become solar engineers, empowering them to bring electricity and education to their villages.

      Barefoot College website
    • Community packing medicines for drone
      Drones Programme, UNICEF | Vanuatu
      Vaccines via drone delivery

      UNICEF's drones deliver vital medical supplies in a matter of minutes to remote communities through humanitarian drone corridors.

      UNICEF website
    • Kenyan carrying plastic buckets with a wheel borrow
      Dispensers for Safe Water, Evidence Action | Kenya
      Providing clean water in rural sub-saharan Africa

      Evidence Action installs and maintains chlorine dispensers, delivering access to safe water to 4 million residents of rural, Sub-Saharan Africa.

      Evidence Action website
    • Boy waving on top of a truck
      Big Box, Jangala | UK
      Bringing Wi-Fi to refugees

      Jangala’s 'Big Box' is a lightweight, briefcase-sized device that transforms any form of internet connectivity into Wi-Fi that is easy to manage and scale, from tens to thousands of users.

      Jangala website
    • Villagers receiving WADI device from Helioz
      WADI, HELIOZ | Austria
      Harnessing the sun for water disinfection

      WADI is a UV-measurement device that indicates when the UV radiation of the sun has made contaminated water in PET-bottles safe to drink.

      HELIOZ website

    Find out about the projects from our Untold Stories

    • Local men and women from Brazil standing around an efficient cookstove
      Carbon Funding for Widespread Adoption of Improved Cookstoves, Instituto Perene | Brazil
      Cooking clean to combat climate change

      Instituto Perene's project works to enable thousands of rural households to substitute their old, smoky stoves with efficient cookstoves by subsidising the cost with revenue from the sale of carbon credits.

      Instituto Perene website
    • A man driving a vehicle carrying waste collected from homes in Haiti to be turned into compost
      The EkoLakay Programme, SOIL | Haiti
      From waste to reusable resources

      SOIL’s EkoLakay programme turns waste into rich, organic compost by providing cost-effective household sanitation collection services in some of the most under-resourced urban communities in Haiti.

      SOIL website
    • A man carrying sealed buckets to collect waste from slums
      Sanitation Programme, Sanergy | Kenya
      Converting waste from urban slums

      Sanergy’s affordable sanitation products are franchised to community members who professionally collect waste from slums, then convert it into organic fertiliser and insect based animal feed.

      Sanergy website
    • A man looking at a a mobile phone with a medical assessment screen for follow up assessments
      Community Health Toolkit, Medic Mobile | Kenya
      Delivering quality rural healthcare

      Medic Mobile improves healthcare access in hard-to-reach communities through their innovative open-source digital tools for community health workers (CHWs), supervisors and facility health workers.

      Medic Mobile website

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