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waterprojecten
Donaties MADE BLUE: waar gaat het geld naartoe?
We think it is important to be fully transparent about how we go about spending our donations. That’s why we wrote a blog about how our money flows are organized. And because there’s a beautiful story behind all of those ‘money flows’, we like to explain what we do to make our donations as efficient...
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Water Vending Machine van Said in Tanzania
The design and installation of the machine have been completed – including the solar panels, audio playback function in the machine and the lighting to make getting water after sunset easier and safer.
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A lack of clean drinking water not only affects people’s health, but also indirectly leads to poverty. How does that work exactly? In this blog we provide more insight into the problems of water scarcity in developing countries.
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Blycolin is ambassadeur van Een Liter voor Een Liter
Blycolin is the leading international specialist and partner in linen service for the hospitality industry. In collaboration with MADE BLUE, Blycolin mirrors the water they use in their laundries.
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Donaties MADE BLUE: waar gaat het geld naartoe?
Charities are often critically reviewed. Are they operating in a transparent, effective and efficient way? Are donations being properly spent? These are questions that are also very relevant to MADE BLUE.
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World Vision Kedougou MADE BLUE update
The project has been completed successfully. Two villages (including two schools) are connected to the new water network in the Kedougou region. As a result, nearly 3,000 people have access to clean drinking water: 1,373 people in Ibel village and 1,549 people in Afia Dandémayo village. In addition, 526 students have access to clean drinking water...
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Schoon water een zaak voor iedereen - Amref en MADE BLUE
Various local WASH-committees have been set up to roll out the project locally. 18 trainers also have been trained who will function as health coordinators at school.
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World Vision Kedougou update
Five villages in Kedougou and Salamate are preselected as possible locations for the water project. Now the hydrogeological investigation will take place.
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