Technological innovation is required to provide adequate sanitation services in combination with on-site treatment.
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 controversies about water allocation and distribution, wastewater treatment, pricing of water, and...
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Only through cooperation, knowledge sharing and finding new methods, can we tackle the global aid challenges.Read more
Three staff members of Amrita University visited the Netherlands to explore possibilities for collaboration.Read more
Reliefbase Foundation contributed to the Third Planetary Security Conference.Read more