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More than 1 billion people worldwide lack access to safe water and 2.6 billion people lack adequate sanitation. Clean Water for 1 Billion People (H2O-1B) brings together MIT technical & business teams with developing country partners to innovate and disseminate safe water and sanitation solutions.

Click here to find out more about the global water and sanitation projects at MIT.

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World Water

Added almost 7 years ago | 00:05:19 | 6301 views

Selected film footage provided by Global Water Trust and Rob Kramer - all rights reserved 2008

Clean Water for 1+ Billion People

Added over 7 years ago | 00:06:24 | 22608 views

Video Courtesy of The Museum of ScienceCLEAN WATER FOR BILLIONS! Safe Sanitation for 2.4 Billion People! Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries Project

First Days - First Household Drinki...

Added over 7 years ago | 00:10:05 | 15802 views

The MIT Nepal Water Project - 1st days of first year's clean water in the developing world field study.

Arsenic Poisoning and the Kanchan A...

Added over 7 years ago | 00:15:00 | 35265 views

Tens of millions of people in Asia are affected by arsenic contaminated groundwater. A partnership between MIT and ENPHO, a Nepali environmental NGO, have invented and widely disseminated the Kanchan Arsenic Filter in Nepal. New work is ...

Sloan 50th Anniversary - the MIT Ar...

Added over 7 years ago | 00:04:26 | 13167 views

Session: The Next Technological Revolution: Predicting the Technical Future and its Impact on Firms, Organizations and Ourselves. Faculty leader: Rebecca Henderson

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Global Awareness & Action