Community health workers in Uganda are boosting their income by selling SATO products in their communities, benefiting them by achieving economic growth and moving forward to progress for UN’s SDG 6.2.
These are their stories. Full Story
We follow the inspirational story of Abeed Gabunga who started out as one of several masons trained to install SATO products and is now a successful entrepreneur. Full Story
The provision of improved sanitation will go a long way in helping Bhutan achieve the Gross National Happiness goals it aspires to.
Back in 2017, SATO Toilets donated 1,000 units as part of the “Minnani Toilet Project”. There has been a noticeable change in the public’s attitude towards sanitation since then. The pursuit of safe and clean toilets has emerged as a national objective, sanctioned at the highest level of government. Full Story
Uttar Pradesh is India's most populated state with over 200 million people. Two villages-Dhuti and Sahaspur, from the district Pratapgarh, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India look to improve their own communities with water-saving sanitation solutions. Full Story
Aki Kiwanuka and his wife Joyce live in the village of Kito, located in the southern part of Uganda that borders Lake Victoria. Full Story
For over three decades, Marachi Subburaman has been working tirelessly to improve the lives of his fellow Indians through SCOPE, his non-profit organization based in Trichy, India. Full Story
Daigo Ishiyama is Director of Marketing and Technology at SATO. He’s also the designer of the ground-breaking sanitation solution, the SATO toilet pan.Full Story