How do rain water tanks work and why are they important? By Mifuko Trust

Water collected into water tanks is a lifesaver during drought. Rain water reservoirs help people to meet their daily needs of water consumption, hygiene and agricultural purposes. 

Girls and sanitation - By Mifuko Trust

Many families live in poverty and cannot afford to buy sanitation products for their daughters. Due to inability to access these products many girls are forced to miss school.

Compost and cultivation - By Mifuko Trust

Compost from the ecological toilet is safe to be used on both ornamental plants as well as food plants as long as the adequate curing process and time are taken into consideration.

First pilot for the Mifuko Ecological Sanitation Project is now ready! By Mifuko Trust

The first pilot latrine for the Mifuko ecological sanitation project has been finished, and the project team is eagerly waiting for feedback from the users.

Mifuko Trust collaborates with German Little Sun - By Mifuko Trust

Mifuko Trust is collaborating with Little Sun for a campaign to provide artisans with Little Sun’s lamps so that they will be able to work also in early evening hours and earn extra income.
Sustainable fashion - human rights point of view

Sustainable fashion - human rights point of view

Fashion garments these days are extremely cheap. The true cost can be counted in human rights violations, such as child labour, dangerous working conditions and lost lives.
Fast-fashion vs Sustainable fashion: Environmental Point of View

Fast-fashion vs Sustainable fashion: Environmental Point of View

The problem in the fashion and textile industry is that huge amounts of non-renewable resources are extracted to produce items that are often used for only a short time.