Stanford researcher says World Toilet Day isn’t all it’s cracked up to be: Stephen Luby wants the focus of World Toilet Day to be less about toilets and more about the improvement of sanitation systems for people in developing countries
Few people like to talk about toilets and for Jack Sim, that was a problem. A Singaporean businessman, Sim realized that if people couldn’t talk about toilets, they couldn’t consider upgrading the public ones or providing new ones in places ...อ่านต่อไป
Platform helps farmers out of extreme poverty: Social enterprise Ricult uses digital tools to empower rural farmers in developing countries.
More than half of the world’s poorest people live on small farms in rural areas of developing countries, accounting for over 2 billion people living on around two dollars a day. Many of the hardships of smallholder farmers are the ...อ่านต่อไป
Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships in science and technology for International students in Developing Countries
Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships for Developing Commonwealth Countries 2019/20 Commonwealth Scholarships are open to students from developing Commonwealth countries. The scholarships are towards a Masters Degree related to science and technology for development; strengthening health systems ...อ่านต่อไป