People in Uganda need to boil the water from nearby sources before they can consume it. But firewood and charcoal are not always available. Bio sand water filters made out of locally available materials are installed to produce adequate drinking water.
In India, education is not a matter of course. Schools are usually only spartanly equipped. We have now implemented a school library in the local primary school in Tamil Nadu, India. As a result, the children have unrestricted access to additional literature.
The villages in Togo are in need of adequate access to drinking water. WASH projects provide access to drinking water in rural communities. This is already the second project we have initiated together with Cotton made in Africa.
Since March 2020, there has been an uninterrupted school lockdown in India. We are sponsoring a mobile school in which over 1,500 students from ten villages will be taught important subjects and learn how to use digital communication technologies for one year.
Ensuring qualified education for girl children of small farmers using environmentally friendly cultivation methods. Providing childrens safe transport facilities, bikes, additional teachers and adequate learning equiments as school desks, benches and books to reduce the dropout rate.
Through community engagement, a waste-free landscape is being created in the organic cotton growing areas. In addition, educational initiatives for farmers in the region are specifically promoted, creating a new awareness in the far-sighted use of resources in the long term