Our colleague Pierre-Gilles Duvernay was interviewed for the supplement “Settimanale ecologista” of the Italian newspaper Il Manifesto. He talks about the Wata technology, which is used among others in the framework of the Rano Madio programme (clear water in Malagasy), implemented in Madagascar, with the final objective of providing drinking water to the whole community […]
A very positive outcome of our Rano Madio project in Madagascar: 20 schools on Sainte-Marie Island, off the east coast, participated in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programmes. In this framework, between 2016 and 2021 we conducted a study on sustainable access to water treatment and the impact on the incidence of diarrhoea in the […]
Rano Madio – “Clear Water” in Malagasy – is a programme for sustainable access to safe drinking water and for raising awareness of pupils, and through them the whole community, on hygiene and the importance of hand washing. Antenna officially supports the Rano Madio programme since 2018, together with its GHIMAO – Geste pour l’Hygiène, […]
Our colleagues Renata Nogueira and Justin Veuthey, respectively from Antenna’s the Medicines and New Technology/Innovation units, in cooperation with our spinn-off Watalux, participated in the drafting of the scientific publication « Novel water treatment system in a low-resource community », which was published in the Journal of water and health. The paper aggregates the data […]
Treating hypertension with local products and making water treatment and disinfectant accessible to all: our colleagues Mariana Veauvy and Bertrand Graz presented two of our solutions to decentralise science at the TEDxIHEID “The Dawn of A New Era”. The video of their presentation can also be viewed here.