This week we will note Global Handwashing Day on 15 October.
A basic hygiene practice achievable by most of us but a struggle for many populations.
In Nepal the rate of Coronavirus infection has been rapidly rising these past few weeks, very worrying but not unexpected.
The PPF is looking forward to the design outcome of the Nepal 2020 Challenge, so we can work with our health and community partners to improve access to handwashing, however small the first steps might be.
Registrations for the PPF Nepal 2020 Challenge close at the end of this week.
As COVID numbers rise in Nepal there’s an increasing need for a well designed compact handwashing unit that is produced locally, is cost effective, easy to use, avoids cross contamination, and basically improves hygiene!!
Go for it, visit the PPF website.
Just over one week now to register for your opportunity to help improve sanitation in Nepal.
Visit the Challenge page on the PPF website.
There is much excitement and interest in our future product, this will be just the small beginning.
Pholeros Way, on the high side running between Robin Boyd Cres and Col James Way, looking across to green communal space.
New suburb of Taylor in Canberra....named after Florence Taylor, but James was always PP’s musical hero....