Technological innovation is required to provide adequate sanitation services in combination with on-site treatment.
Recently, the University of Twente joined forces with the University of Curacao and Saxion University of Applied sciences to do research in the Dutch Caribbean.
School going adolescent girls in India on average missed 5 days of school per month due to inadequate sanitation measure during menstruation.
The Amrita Live-in-Labs® program aims to expose youth to problems faced by rural communities in India.
Ongoing controverses about water allocation, distribution, planning and implementation of waste water treatment facilities, pricing of water, and...
Reliefbase Foundation is a conditioned environment and breeding ground for research, business development, testing, validation, pre-certification and real-time simulations for innovations in the humanitarian sector. Its aim is to strengthen R&D activities and technology transfer, as well as the market uptake of innovations in the humanitarian domain and beyond.
The Human Platform Forum was hosted by the Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation of the University of Twente.Read more
Three staff members of Amrita University (India) visited the University of Twente on the 29th of November to explore possibilities for cooperation.Read more
Derya Demirtas presented her research on 'Public access defibrillator location under demand and supply uncertainty' on the 29th of November 2017...Read more