FUNDING: Universal Access to Safe Water and Sanitation

Posted on 12 February 2008. Filed under: Announcements, Funding, Water and Sanitation | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Global Competition seeks solutions to sanitation and water crisis

Application Deadline: 26 March 2008

Global Water Challenge – Ashoka’s Changemakers Collaborative Competition:
“Tapping Local Innovation: Unclogging the Water and Sanitation Crisis” seeks to discover the most innovative approaches to providing universal access to safe drinking water and sanitation. Submit your local innovations and provide your comments and expertise to inspire global change. Funding will be made available for the most innovative work currently being done around the world at the close of the competition.

Perhaps We Can Do readers with an interest in water supply and sanitation access issues for people with disabilities could consider this an opportunity to receive funding support for their project ideas.

For more information, follow the link to:

Be sure to read all of their criteria carefully before applying.

We Can Do learned about this opportunity through contacts at Mobility International USA (MIUSA).

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i am a water quality specialist american of
horn of africa descent. interested to help
the horn in the same area… can anyone give me
who to contact for grants or funding of my
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