It takes the hard work and collaboration of many to make a global impact. MSR Global Health works with NGOs, government entities, and private institutions to deliver products that serve communities in need. These leading organizations bring extensive field expertise, provide grants to explore cutting-edge technologies, and have helped our design team foster relationships with end users in dozens of countries. We respect and appreciate these valued partnerships.
Established in 2017, the Duke University Center for Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, and Infectious Disease is focused on using cutting-edge technologies to revolutionize approaches to safe sanitation. With system and device prototypes in India and South Africa, WaSH-AID is concerned with using lab research to combat sanitation and waste management issues around the world.
Tufts University is a leading research university founded in 1852. Tufts graduate research labs assisted MSR in conducting lab testing for the Povu Poa Cool Foam handwashing station.
Clean Drink Adventures is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing safe drinking water solutions to the people of Nepal. The organization offers immersive trips to Nepal in which the travelers journey throughout the country, supplying MSR’s SE200 Community Chlorine Makers to villages in need. They aim to empower the people of Nepal with the knowledge and tools to gain greater access to safe drinking water.
Founded in 1955, World Concern is a faith-based global relief agency focused on helping those in need with long-term solutions. Emphasizing community development, World Concern aims to provide the means for villages to design and implement their own development projects in order to better serve the individual needs of each location.
Kersia started developing low-cost, fast-acting disinfecting tablets in 1984. Since then, the company has focused on the research and development of cheap, effective means of creating access to safe drinking water. They produce a wide array of decontamination products for use in surface infection control.
Since its inception in 1997, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been leading the charge against preventable diseases around the world. Beginning with polio vaccinations, the foundation has expanded its sights to global poverty, safe drinking water and community development.
World Vision is a faith-based humanitarian organization that tackles the causes of poverty and injustice by working with children and families worldwide to lift themselves out of poverty for good. An important mentor to MSR Global Health, World Vision helps our team facilitate in-country field trials and pilot programs through WASH initiatives, and remains a key partner in current projects.