By Benignant De Eagle, Inc.
Educating Girls and Women Is Key to Sustainable Economic Development
By QED Radiations
QED induced UV- C radiation from the Ebowla - a hand-held nano-coated bowl - that provides inexpensive sterilization of drinking water from body heat in areas of the world lacking sources of electricity also disinfects the Ebola virus
By QED Radiations
QED induced UV radiation from hand-held nano-coated drinking bowls offers an inexpensive method of purifying drinking water in the developing world unable to afford rhe cost of conventional water treatment
By MRB Public Relations
Co-Founders Mick Quinn and Debora Prieto Discuss Developing the Whole Person in the Developing Worlds.
By World Medical Relief
World Medical Relief, with its headquarters in Detroit, has delivered humanitarian relief to countries hit hard by poverty, war and/or natural disaster since 1953. To kick-off its 60th anniversary celebration, it has announced a very unusual raffle.
By Hope Tech Global
The team at Hope Tech Global combined the latest advances in technology to create a unique product: KULUMI. It is the first of its kind and it will help create a brighter tomorrow for millions of people living in the Developing World.
By Lifewater Drilling Technologies
Four years of research has led to the development of Lifewater Drilling Technology and the LDT 360 Cable Well Drilling Rig, unveiled December 5, 2012.
By PATH OneWorld Health
PATH's Drug Development program has developed a new medication to treat diarrhea. This new drug treats the diarrheal process to shorten its duration.
A Mecmesin Vortex-i torque tester is helping an international optics company deliver vision to sight-challenged people in the developing world.
By the Institute for OneWorld Health
Partnership between the Institute for OneWorld Health and the SLU Center for World Health and Medicine Targets Diarrheal Disease
By Institute for OneWorld Health
The Institute of OneWorld Health and Anacor Pharmaceuticals join forces to save children's lives.
By CURE International
CURE International announces today the launch of its new Web site, CURE.org.
By Vindico NanoBioTechnology, Inc.
Vindico receives a highly competitive grant from the Gates Foundation in the fourth funding round of Grand Challenges Explorations, an initiative to help scientists around the world explore bold ways to improve health in developing countries.
By Noel Lloyd
CURE International announces it has seen one million patients.
By Rapid Electronics
A UK charity which uses products from Rapid Electronics to make solar-powered lighting systems is helping to improve the quality of life in the developing world.
By Friends beyond Borders
Friends Beyond Borders seeks to move webcam video past porn and triviality by showcasing scientists experimenting, artists creating, tribal elders performing rituals, musicians recording, and teachers teaching. It's all real, and all LIVE.