Enabling universal access to safe drinking water,
hygiene and sustainable sanitation technologies and
services for maternal, neonatal and child health
improvement in rural communities.
Location: Katoma Village, Geita
Implementors: NIMR and STICLab
Funded by: Grand Challenge Canada - GCC
We are working on making low cost, open source
scientific and medical instruments, for example microscopes for Malaria Diagnosis
(complete with automated translation stages using 3D printing technology).
Location: Tanzania and The United Kingdom
Implementors: STICLab, University of Bath and Cambridge University
Funded by: Engineering and Physical Sciences Council
Utilizing 3D printing and Technology in making Medical tools
such as Microscopes and Neonatal kits.
Results obtained through 3D printed microscope trials on Malaria Diagnosis were outstanding and opened the way for more creativity and innovation on the project such as image processing the digital Malaria Diagnosis 3D printed microscope.
Implementors: STICLab, JHPIEGO Tanzania and Voices of Africa Foundation
Funded by: JHPIEGO
Innovation through utilizing local resources and technologies into making a better way of living
in relation to WASH and LEARN Global compaign.
Designed and installed MAJIPesa coin based water vending Machines with remote monitoring functionality, MAJIPesa Pre-paid Digital water meters and Automated Hygiene and Sanitation Promotion System.
Location: Ngutoto Village, Kongwa District - DODOMA
Implementors: STICLab and UFUNDIKO
Funded by: SIMAVI