Weʼve raised £20 to rapidly install hand washing stations in vulnerable communities in Kampala
- London, Sheffield, Uganda
- Funded on Monday, 12th August 2019
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The Uganda WC Project: The sanitation situation in Uganda is dire, with approximately 2 million Ugandans without toilet facilities. In 2018 we raised money to send our engineers to teach Namavundu community the technical skills to build their own compost toilets. This was successfully completed in August, following a WASH & hygiene workshop. Teaching the community the skills means we now only need to raise the money for the construction materials and worker's wages. The smallest donation can make a huge difference to the health of an entire community, prevent open defecation and keep children in school. We're also funding handwashing units to prevent the spread of COVID19.
Project:Kestrel: We are designing an autonomous drone, capable of carrying emergency medical and humanitarian aid over distances of 150km. We're using low-cost materials to ensure local operators can comfortably handle the drone. This ensures reliable and consistent service and maintenance and provides local employment opportunity, aligning with our work philosophy.
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London, Sheffield, Uganda
Fundraising for 1) the construction of compost toilets in Uganda, preventing open defecation & improving community sanitation including rapid responses to COVID19 2) developing our prototype drone to transport lifesaving medicines & humanitarian aid where it's needed most