More than 1 billion people worldwide lack access to safe water and 2.6 billion people lack adequate sanitation. Clean Water for 1 Billion People (H2O-1B) brings together MIT technical & business teams with developing country partners to innovate and disseminate safe water and sanitation solutions.
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Selected film footage provided by Global Water Trust and Rob Kramer - all rights reserved 2008
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Video Courtesy of The Museum of ScienceCLEAN WATER FOR BILLIONS! Safe Sanitation for 2.4 Billion People! Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries Project
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The MIT Nepal Water Project - 1st days of first year's clean water in the developing world field study.
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Tens of millions of people in Asia are affected by arsenic contaminated groundwater. A partnership between MIT and ENPHO, a Nepali environmental NGO, have invented and widely disseminated the Kanchan Arsenic Filter in Nepal. New work is ...
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The CNN series "Innovators" spotlights MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Senior Lecturer Susan Murcott and her work to bring clean water to developing countries. It highlights the innovation of the Kanchan [Note: Kan...