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Solid-waste Management in Humanitarian Response

Solid-waste Management in Humanitarian Response

I am seeking three very committed individuals to develop an innovative project, which seeks to manage solid waste in refugees/displaced camps. If you are interested, please feel free to send me an email at: For more information on the call for proposal, please visit this link:
Solid-waste Management in Humanitarian Response TAGS:  HIF WASH, Life Sciences, Requests for Partners and Suppliers, Developing Countries, Engineering/Design, Global Health, Theoretical-licensing AWARD: $15,000 USD  |  DEADLINE: 4/06/14  |  ACTIVE SOLVERS: 203  |  POSTED: 2/05/14 When large numbers of people are displaced due to natural or man-made disasters, they flee their homes and settle in formal or informal camps. One major problem is the management of solid wastes (trash, rubbish, garbage, litter) produced by large numbers of people in a relatively small area. Improper management of solid wastes leads to many issues, most…
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