Anders Wilhelmson speaks on the PeePoo bag -- a personal single use toilet that sanitises human waste, preventing faeces from contaminating the immediate area as well as the larger environment. Extremely important in the first days of a disaster-struck area when all sanitation is down.
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No Tents Please... We're Swedish!
BY JOHAN KARLSSON
@ VOL 21
ON FEB 20, 2010
In a special presentation that was recorded as part of our reconstruction efforts in Haiti -- see more in our Haiti Reconstruction Channel -- Johan Karlsson explains why we shouldn't send tents to disaster areas.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 9, 2013.
Clowns Without Borders
BY BRUCE MACPHAIL
@ VOL 11
ON FEB 19, 2010
Bruce Macphail is the project manager for the American chapter of Clowns Without Borders, and in his presentation he discusses the CWB's mission to offer laughter and relieve suffering for all who live in areas of crisis, especially children.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 18, 2013.
Walking Through Japan
BY THOMAS KOEHLER
@ SWISS PECHAKUCHA NIGHT
ON FEB 07, 2014
Thomas Koehler, feeling devastated by the 2011 earthquake disaster, took the inititive to create his own project to raise awareness and show his love for Japan. Listen to his endearing story of his struggles and his expereinces with friendly natives as he walks from Hokkaido to Cape Sata.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 21, 2014.
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BY LUCY-JANE WALSH
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Restoration from the Rubble - Medic Samaritan
BY CHAD BECKER
@ VOL 19
ON MAY 12, 2016
In this presentation Chad Becker discusses the efforts of Medic Samiratan, which was established to offer medical support in Haiti for mission teams and the residents they served following the catastrophic earthquake in January 2010 which devastated the already impoverished Third World country. Evolving from its founding objective, Medic Samaritan now enters into healthcare concentrated endeavors that facilitate access to shelter, education, and clean water within the rural mountainous communities of Beloc, Camatin, and Decouze, Haiti. The Medic Samaritan SEWing Sustainability model (Shelter, Education/Engagement, Water), focuses on empowering Haitians through projects that promote long-term, community health development and sustainability.
It Won't Happen Here, Right?
BY SIOUX CAMPBELL
@ VOL 22
ON OCT 11, 2017
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BY JANINE GLAESER
@ VOL 28
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