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Current projects

Zambian dry sanitation development project (ZASP), 2006-2011
The ZASP project began in the spring of 2006, its main aim is to improve Kaloko's poor sanitation and increase people's awareness of well being through hygiene, building dry latrines and providing hygiene education. The Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs is the projects main contributor. Read more

The Msunduza Dry Sanitation Project 2007-2013
The project addresses the slum area Msunduza, which is located in Mbabane, the capital of Swaziland. The objective of the project is to improve the sanitation hygiene of the area by building adequate toilets and by organising education. The Project is funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland. Read more

Developing dry sanitation in Lusaka 2008-2013
A project in the Zambian capital's suburb of Madimba to improve sanitation, water supply, latrines and water sources by establishing and organising training courses in the subject areas of hygiene, toilet waste and the use of fertiliser in home gardens. The project's major contributor is the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Read more

Development of sanitation in Karelian villages, 2008-2011
The Karelian villages' sanitation development project is focused on the development of water supply and waste water treatment of small villages and important tourist resorts in the Lake Onego and Lake Ladoga catchment areas. The three phase project began in April 2008 with the support of the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The project has received financial support for the third phase in 2011. Read more

The promotion of dry toilet use in the Karelian region 2009
A project funded by the Finnish Ministry of Environment promotes the use of dry toilets by exhibiting Finnish dry toilet equipment manufactures and implementing the use of two public dry toilets. The project sites are located in the Derevjannoe municipal childrens´centre and at the Vepsa ethnographic museum in Sholtozero village. Lassila & Tikanoja and Raita Environment provided the dry toilet equipment. Read more


 
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