Ever wanted to name a toilet? Now you can! We’ve launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to purchase a briquetting machine. The machine we’ve chosen can produce one ton an hour, which covers the daily needs of 800 people. We offer incredible perks, ranging from Kenyan Chai to naming one of our toilets. Check it out here! All donors will be added to a new page on our site called “Agents of Change.”
This past weekend we participated in the Naivasha Horticultural Fair. The fair draws exhibitors from all over East Africa to showcase horticultural products. We believe that we can offer improved sanitation services to flower farms in the Naivasha region. Our stand included two of our mobile toilets, our solar concentrator, and chai being cooked from MakaaDumu (our charcoal briquettes derived from waste products). It was encouraging, people kept asking: “Where can I buy MakaaDumu and when will these toilets be coming to their hometown?” Everyone had their own biased suggestions on where we should expand to next. Our answers: […]
The following video was produced by US Embassy Nairobi highlighting the work of Sanivation in Kakuma Refugee Camp. This work was made possible by US Government, Centers for Disease Control, Norwegian Refugee Council, United Nations High Commission on Refugees, International Rescue Committee and Oxfam GB.
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