Projects

iNut

The iNut device allows women in rural Indonesia to process candlenuts with less physical effort and time than the tool commonly used today.  Candlenuts are grown widely, but their economic value is

Drill-Through

Farmers living in rural Ethiopia are completely dependent upon rainwater to grow their crops.  During the dry season they cannot produce food or generate any income from the land.  While ma

Pharos

Rural Diagnostics has developed Pharos, a low-cost, easy-to-use device for ASHAs (community health workers) to reliably detect neonatal jaundice in rural India.

CycloDrill

For millions of impoverished Ethiopian farmers, irrigating crops is a matter of life and death. The only wells are drilled by aid organizations at a cost of $20,000/well.

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