Our solutions will be on display during an interactive expo held as part of World Water Week 2021, organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), which aims to strengthen water governance for a just, prosperous and sustainable future, and gathers leading researchers, decision-makers, business representatives, NGOs, and more from over 130 countries.
SIWI has come to be known as the world’s most influential movement focused on transforming global water challenges. This year’s conference will be an intensive, one-week full-scale digital event focused on learning and collaboration around the theme: Building Resilience Faster.
Our expo will showcase our efforts in tackling water-related challenges and will feature our line of products with interactive displays highlighting information about our solutions, including detailed descriptions of its products, the problems they solve and the benefits they bring.
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Join us for Customer Talks
Following WWW, we will be hosting a 90-minute free virtual event, dubbed Customer Talks, on September 2, 2021, at 1pm UK time/8am NYT to disseminate the findings from the UNICEF/mWater survey conducted in Africa and Asia.
This is a unique opportunity to get acquainted with our solutions, learn about the impact we are creating and meet our team members – Erin McCusker, Leader, SATO; Daigo Ishiyama, Leader, Innovations, SATO; Jason Cardosi, Leader, Global Partnerships and Market Insights at SATO, Samuel Langat, Leader, Africa, SATO, and Suguru Sakata, Leader, Bangladesh and South East Asia, SATO, along with Ms. Ann Thomas from UNICEF and Mr. John Feighery from mWater.
We’re looking forward to having you.
mWater will present the findings from the studies that were conducted in two Asian countries - India and Bangladesh - as well as three African countries - Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania.
The surveys interviewed individuals on the use of the SATO Tap, and gleaned insights on the design and marketability of the device, as well as user behavior.
The presentation will highlight:
● Feedback on the initial reception as well as the day-to-day use of the SATO Tap
● Market-specific observations related to user behavior, needs, and wants
● Impact stories and experiences on the ground
The presentation will be followed by an interactive discussion around the topic of sustainable and affordable sanitation and hygiene solutions for water stressed locations, which will include on field findings and will showcase how we are making a difference in Africa and Asia, before wrapping up with a Q&A session.
To register for the event, click here on the registration link - https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/1616294426980/WN_FvFXR2KISYu0c4VC5vRi2g
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Ever since we kicked off our award-winning social business nine years ago, we have been focused on improving the lives of millions of people in water-stressed locations around the world.
Namely, our award-winning social business has been leading the charge in creating innovative, yet affordable sanitation and hygiene solutions that deliver a safer life for underprivileged individuals, particularly those who lack access to basic water services. By 2025, we aim to transform the lives of 100 million people through our products.
Right now, a whopping 40% of the world’s population are unable to wash their hands with soap and water in their homes, a fact that is particularly disturbing given the protracted Covid-19 pandemic.
In response, we have developed and already delivered pioneering water and housing products, collaborating with partners like UNICEF, USAID, JICA, as well as regional organizations like Habitat for Humanity, to maximize our reach.
So far, we’ve shipped more than 5 million units to 41 countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, which have impacted the lives of more than 25 million people.