Madad Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis

Technological innovation is required to provide adequate sanitation services in combination with on-site treatment.

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Crisis communication

The University of Twente joined forces with the University of Curacao and Saxion University of Applied sciences to do research in the Dutch Caribbean.

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School going adolescent girls in India on average missed 5 days of school per month due to inadequate sanitation measure during menstruation.

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Cooperation with Live-in Labs, Amrita University

The Amrita Live-in-Labs® program aims to expose youth to problems faced by rural communities in India.

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Track II Water Diplomacy

Ongoing controversies about water allocation and distribution, wastewater treatment, pricing of water, and...

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Why cooperate to improve humanitarian aid?

Only through cooperation, knowledge sharing and finding new methods, can we tackle the global aid challenges.

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Visit from Amrita University, India

Three staff members of Amrita University visited the Netherlands to explore possibilities for collaboration.

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Water & crisis workshop at PSC

Reliefbase Foundation contributed to the Third Planetary Security Conference.

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