Posted on June 16, 2021 by Getachew Geneto
|Authoring Organizations:||African Entrepreneurs Development Center|
|Consulting Organizations:||African Entrepreneurs Development Center|
|Last Updated||Sep 25, 2022|
It is very important for us because the one soap for one child project needs a lot of water during production of soap.
So we have now clear knowledge on how to save water during post and pre-production.
It helped us not to discharge glycerin contamination to around river.
mantaing water recycling instead of discharging.
less water life in nearby small lake and recovery of aquatic life after stopping the discharge
Our project is aimed to deliver one soap for one child in areas that are highly affected by death due to Lack of Soap and water after toilet and before preparing food. Our plan is to reduce death rate in … Learn More
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