The purpose of this experiment conducted by the Wish for WASH compost research team between 2018-2020 was to develop a method that properly composts horse manure into natural fertilizer within a variety of carbon to nitrogen ratios. Check out this quick write up about this project as members of the team learned and experimented with […]
The work created by the Wish for WASH Thinks community seeks to inform, advocate, educate, reflect and ideate on recent water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) related news and research while also acting as a platform for diverse voices to not only contribute to, but to lead innovative and progressive projects within this sector.
In July 2020, the Wish for WASH health research team published our systematic literature review entitled “Smart Sanitation – Biosensors as a Public Health Tool in Sanitation Infrastructure” in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health! 🎉 “This literature review addresses current research surrounding biosensors as a tool for public health surveillance and […]
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.
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 was a consulting project where Jasmine Burton from Wish for WASH was contracted as a human-centered design consultant to support a public pay for use toilet pilot with Population Services International. Check out the project below.
At the beginning of 2016, the Zambian branch of Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) and Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) worked with Wish for WASH (W4W), a Georgia Tech founded student startup, to retrofit one of the three-hundred Ecological Sanitation (EcoSan) toilets in a Lusaka’s peri-urban compound. The EcoSan toilets, originally […]