Beginning in spring of 2018, the Paideia School granted our Wish for WASH team with the opportunity to conduct a composting research project as well as leading the first of several short -term classes contributing to a larger tiny home project. The resulting course, “Giving a S***: Design for a Better World,” is centered around […]
The first time I learned about Wish for Wash, I asked what a bidet was in front of a class of thirty high school students… now I talk about toilets five days a week. In my junior year of high school, I reached out to Jasmine Burton because I was passionate about global health and […]
For the past year, I have been working on the Georgia Tech Engineers Without Borders team called WISH for Wash. “Wish for WASH is a social impact organization that seeks to bring innovation to sanitation through culturally-specific research, design, and education because #EVERYBODYPOOPS” – wishforwash.org 2.5 million people do not have access to basic sanitation […]
This is a comprehensive overview following the Wish for WASH and Global Growers dry-toilet design, implementation and monitoring project that occurred at the Decatur Kitchen Garden between 2016 and 2017. View the Report
This is a needs-assessment report written by Taylor Hendricks, Jasmine Burton, and Mary Ajwang via a joint project between Save the Mothers in Mukono, Uganda and Wish for WASH during the aforementioned writer’s Global Health Corps Fellowship year. The final report is intended for grant applications in an effort to improve the WASH conditions of […]
This video is a recap of Wish for WASH’s 2016 Zambian learning pilot.