Tyson Knight – Volunteer Plumber, Nepal Village Health Improvement Program
At IAPMO, we measure our success in lives, water and total lifecycle costs saved, contributing to strong healthy communities. Our non-profit arm, the International Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Foundation (IWSH) assembles teams of skilled plumbing volunteers to improve access to water, sanitation and hygiene for a variety of communities in need. We connect with local leaders, governmental and nonprofit partners, labor organizations, and manufacturers.
|Healthabitat is an Australian company and social business, with the goal of improving the health of disadvantaged people, particularly children, by improving their housing and the conditions of the living environment.|
|The WorldSkills Foundation (2011–2015) transferred skills and expertise from the WorldSkills International Competition to projects that would improve lives around the world. Today, WorldSkills continues to raise the profile and recognition of skilled people, and show how important skills are in achieving economic growth.|